Submissions to KELR (We're on hiatus. No submissions currently accepted.)

We love trees. We really do. That's why we ask that you submit your previously unpublished work to us online. If you don't like submitting things online, that's too bad, because you should. It's the greatest thing ever.

We don't yet have a regular time schedule for our publication, but generally we look to at least add a new piece to our front page every month or so. It all depends on what comes into our inbox. It all depends on our whims and fancies.

Also, we'd like to get back to you as soon as possible, but you know how it is, what with the casino debt, the narcotics anonymous meetings, the nice, welcoming embrace of our mattresses.

Simultaneous submissions are OK, as long as you let us know ASAP that the piece is being published somewhere else.

And we get "First Serial and Electronic Rights." Publication rights revert back to the author, of course. We also hold the right to keep the work in our archives for the duration of the site. If the piece is first published here on the Konundrum Engine Literary Review, acknowledge us if it is subsequently re-published. Giving props is good. And yes, all work is subject to editing.

Note: We do not accept submissions between Memorial Day and Labor Day. It's summer. Go outside.