Thank you for considering submitting a piece to the journal—submissions are open until March 31st 2021!
We have just a few submissions requirements:
- Essays should be between 1500 and 10,000 words.
- The essay should pertain to the period 400 AD to 1600 AD.
- Essays should be anonymized and submitted as a Google Doc.
- You must be an undergraduate student at any college or university.
We accept submissions in English, French, and Spanish.
Your submission will be evaluated by our editing team according to a point-based system. Our editing process is double-blind; you will not know the editors and the editors will not know you. We will notify you if your submission is accepted, accepted with edits, rejected, or waitlisted.
It may be the case that we receive an overwhelming number of excellent submissions. If we do not have space for your submission in the current edition, but still wish to publish it in the future, we will let you know. You will have the choice to withdraw your submission or to permit us to keep it for the next edition of Dies Legibiles.
The best and most efficient way to submit a piece to the journal is to email it to us at: email@example.com.
Please attach your submission to the email as a Google Doc.
You can also submit a link to your Google Doc using this form: