Submission Guidelines

For those that have decided they have what it takes to become a legend in the Iron Bound Online Magazine, you may continue reading as the information pertains to you. For the others, you encourage you to read the magazine and gain further insight about our particular picks.

Medium: Poetry, Short story, Flash fiction, serials, and columns

Genre: Fantasy of all types but we do favor sword and sorcery

Format: Doc, Docx, RTF, and such. (If we can’t open it, we’ll let you know)

Word count: no more than 8000 words, unless it is that good.

Pay: $0

Authors of any accepted and published submission will NOT be paid, but will receive recognition, credit and experience. The original creator, being the credited name on the work or within the submission of the work, still retains the rights of the work. A published work can consist of all of the following; being shown on the Iron Bound website, or any of its subdirectories, or published on the Ezine. If the original owner wishes to cease publication they must inform us before publication date, if it is after publication the owner then has 15 days to notify us so that we can pull the respected item*. By granting us the right to publish, whether for compensation or not, it will lose First Publishing Rights and would be considered a reprint for future publications, in which case the value would be negatively affected.

*Any time table, unless otherwise noted, is subjected to a reasonable grace period that may change based on situation.

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2 Responses to Submission Guidelines

  1. William D. McCauley says:

    I do look forward to submitting some of my works for your consideration, sadly my computer is currently, well, slain. Once I can afford a resurrection for it you shall have them.

  2. Aloha,

    My name is Kung Ramanakajja Smith, one of the authors of “The Ghost Way.” This is my family’s true story in Southern Thailand during my early childhood. My parents recounted the horrors they experienced with ghosts and fierce demons for years before finally being forced to leave our home forever or face certain death.

    A more complete synopsis is available on, along with photographs of the locations in Aksala Village, Phatthalung Province and my family’s farm.

    We would greatly appreciate if we could send you a copy of “The Ghost Way” to be reviewed by your paper. Please let us know if you are interested.


    Kung Smith

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