PROGRESS, WORD BY WORD

A WORD FROM THE EDITOR
Image by John Salvino

A Word from the Editor

The world as we know it is changing. We are witnessing various cultural changes, social turmoil and the growing voices of those who are oppressed and marginalized. At the same time, there is an increase in awareness of the fragility of human existence as familiar everyday life gives way to an uncertain future and fears of the unknown.

All this is consequently reflected in literature and other forms of art that have always served as existential catalysts and testaments of changing times and antagonizing inner battles of the individual. ZiN Daily strives for truthfulness, authenticity and understanding as well as it encourages and emphasizes the role that literature and other arts have in society, the world and the lives of individuals. In keeping with the spirit of the times, the magazine turns the page and presents a new visual identity, columns, editorial and a Twitter account where you can follow announcements about posts and get other interesting and relevant information.

ZiN Daily also invites established and emerging writers to send their work to e-mail address: zindaily.subs1@gmail.com. All guidelines and information on how to submit can be found below on the page.

The world is changing, whether we like it or not. Let us accept the inevitable and allow the art of the written word to show us in its unique and uncompromising way why change does not have to be bad for us. Viewed from a historical and sociological point of view, change is in fact indispensable for the further development and progress of society. So let’s progress, word by word.

Ana Savković

 

Editor-in-Chief

ZiN Daily is published by ZVONA i NARI, Cultural Production Cooperative

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ISSN 2459-9379

Editor-in-Chief: Ana Savković

 

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ZiN Daily accepts submissions year-round and asks for worldwide first publication rights. Work must be previously unpublished (in print or online) with the exception of the original text of a translation. Following publication in ZiN Daily, rights revert to the author. If you decide to later republish the work, please credit ZiN Daily as the original publisher of the piece(s).


Use e-mail address: zindaily.subs1@gmail.com to submit 1 story, essay, article, review, or excerpt (maximum 4,000 words), up to 5 poems (maximum 4,000 words), up to 5 GIF poems or up to 5 images. Along with your cover letter, add a short bio (up to 200 words), a poetic statement relevant to the work you are sending (up to 200 words) and your photo (which you can upload along with the file containing your work).

Send your text in .doc, .docx, or RTF, formatted in Times New Roman, 12-point, and double-spaced. The document file name should be titled "date -- author name -- title of submitted work". Make sure your name and contact information appear on the first page of your submission. If you are submitting video or audio, please include a private link to an unpublished file. Use GIF, JPG, JPEG and PNG formats when sending images.

Wait to hear from ZiN Daily before sending further work. You may expect a response within 60 days.

Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but send a courtesy e-mail notifying if the work has been accepted elsewhere.

ZiN Daily regrets that, for the moment, contributors are not paid for publication.

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