We only accept unsolicited and previously unpublished work. Work published on social media and/or blogs will not be considered published. At the moment, we only accept works written in English. However, we soon hope to open submissions for translations.


Submissions for Issue XV are now CLOSED. Submissions for Issue XVI will open soon.


Proceed to our Submissions Manager at Submittable by clicking here.  General and specific guidelines are mentioned at the topmast and under the various categories on the Submittable form. 

Submissions are only accepted through Submittable. Please do not send us submissions via email. 


We accept simultaneous submissions. However, please withdraw your submission if your piece has been accepted elsewhere. In the case of poetry submissions, please send us an email at and mention the titles of poems that have been accepted elsewhere. Alternatively, you can add a note to your submission and let us know.


In order to give careful and deserving feedback to each piece we receive, we request your patience. We try out best to respond within 2 to 3 months.

If more than 3 months have gone by since you last submitted, please do not hesitate to send us an email at . The subject line should be ‘Query regarding Submission.’

We try our best to provide feedback on every submission we receive.


We may conduct editorial rounds for poetry, fiction, and non-fictionDuring the editorial rounds, you will be put in touch with one of our editors who will help you edit your piece or may provide their comments if we think your piece could benefit from some edits. The writer is not obliged to accept any of the edits suggested by our editors. The editorial rounds can last for two weeks. The aim of the editorial rounds is to create a workshop-like environment and a community of artists and writers that supports creative exchange.


We do not tolerate plagiarism. If your work is found to be plagiarized, we will immediately reject your submission.

By submitting your work to Inklette, you grant us first serial rights and the right to archive your work online for an indefinite period of time. We may also choose to nominate published work for awards or any other kind of recognition. You retain all other rights.

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