Feed The Cabinet Of Heed

The Cabinet of Heed is a multi-drawered piece of furniture that grows hungry at various times of the year. The only way to sate The Cabinet’s hunger is to feed it great writing.

Current Cabinet Status: FULL! DO NOT SUBMIT!

The Cabinet is closed for submissions at the moment. Unfortunately any work submitted outside the submission dates is automatically deleted and goes unread.

The Cabinet of Heed isn’t hungry right now. But it will become hungry again very soon.

When it does, make sure you prevent a terrifying furniture-based rampage by feeding it quirky, off-centre fiction or poetry that might astound and inspire! Please note: All well-crafted work will be considered, quirky or not.

The Cabinet of Heed is an online literary journal that publishes excellent short stories, poetry and flash fiction. Please take a few moments to read some of the work on this site to get an idea of the work we generally publish.

Maximum word length: 4000 words approx. No minimum.

No more than four poems please.

Attachments must be doc or docx files (no pdf files!) or you can paste your piece into the body of the email. If you wish you may include a short bio in the third person (50 words max. please) with your submission.

The current submission opportunity will close once The Cabinet is filled with only the best work.

Send to cabinetofheed@hotmail.com

By submitting to The Cabinet of Heed you are granting it the non-exclusive right to publish your work online and display it for the duration of the journal. Copyright remains with the writer in all cases. If your work is subsequently reprinted elsewhere, please acknowledge The Cabinet of Heed as the site of first publication. Please note that The Cabinet is unable to pay contributors. Everything submitted is read but unfortunately constructive feedback is not possible at this stage. All work must be your own and not previously published, thank you.

The Cabinet places a royalty free stock image above every work. If you have a royalty free image you’d prefer to be used, let us know.

Before posting, there may be slight editing of work for punctuation, spelling and grammar.

The Cabinet is scrupulously polished and buffed by its faithful servant @mrsimonwebster


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The Cabinet’s Chief Polisher is Simon Webster. You can read some of his shorter pieces at mrsimonwebster.wordpress.com