Issue 2 : More Poetry

Looking for more POETRY for Issue 2 of Suburban Witchcraft Magazine. If you submit or help me spread the word – it will be much appreciated!

Suburban Witchcraft Magazine

Issue 2 : Submissions Open

Greetings, all!

Issue 2 of Suburban Witchcraft is currently looking for some more POETRY.

If you are waiting for just the right time to submit your writing, this is it. Likewise, if you know someone who would be interested, feel free to spread the word – it will be much appreciated.

All submissions can be sent to :

Here’s to the summer eloping more gracefully in these dark and turbulent times, and Issue 2, coming soon!

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~ by Oloriel on June 28, 2022.

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