Publicists - SMLTA is fully booked for poetry excerpts for 2024. Still considering fiction and nonfiction.

Contact Info

Email: admin@kathrynmockler.com

Mailing Address for ARCs or Books

Kathryn Mockler, Department of Writing University of Victoria, PO Box 1700 STN CSC, Victoria BC, V8W 2Y2, Canada - From August to April.

Due to volume, I may not be able to respond to all requests.

Send My Love to Anyone is particularly interested in supporting small and independent presses as well as authors whose work intersects social justice.


About

Send My Love to Anyone is a newsletter on all things writing established in 2021 where author and publisher Kathryn Mockler writes about the writing process and other troubles and invites guest writers and artists to share their work, essays, or excerpts.

Each issue, all subscribers receive a curated list of readings, viewings, calls, news, and more in Gatherings, a post by me and/or guest posts, Kirby’s column The First Time, and Words Count, a new section on craft.

Free subscribers receive the newsletter in their inbox and posts are available to everyone on the SMLTA site for one month after publication.

Paying subscribers have full access to the SMLTA archive and paid subscriber-only posts. Sign up for a year and receive a 17% discount on the monthly subscription rate.

Subscribers can expect one to two emails per month eight months a year. One email will be for the current issue and the other for the Gatherings section.

You can unsubscribe from SMLTA at anytime.

Past contributors include Mary Lou Zeitoun, Deborah Dundas, Kim, Fu, Lynne Tillman, Lisa Robertson, Rebecca Fisseha, Jessica Johnson, Chelene Knight, Gary Barwin, Farzana Doctor, Kirby, Carrianne Leung, June Pak, Khashayar Mohammadi and more. You can access these guest posts and interviews via the Send My Love to Anyone archive.


Submissions

Pitches for reviews of small/independent press books are welcome. If you have a title that you’re interested in reviewing, please email me with writing samples. Honorariums listed below.

Paid subscribers of Send My Love to Anyone are welcome to send along their book or event info, press releases, or arcs for consideration for excerpt publication or mention in Gatherings.

SMLTA is does not accept unsolicited submissions of poetry or fiction at this time.


Honorariums for original unpublished works

Note: SMLTA does not pay for excerpts of published works or interviews.

Capsule Reviews (200-400 words) - $25 - Short pieces describing a book you loved.

Poetry - $75

Fiction, Nonfiction (under 1500 words) - $75

Artwork - $75-$125 (depending on number of images or length)

Words Count (craft essays under 1000 words) - $50

Fiction or Nonfiction or Reviews* (1500+ words) - $125

*I am interested in analytical reviews of books or films or art.


About Kathryn Mockler

Kathryn Mockler is the author of the story collection Anecdotes (Book*hug Press, 2023), five books of poetry, and several short films and experimental videos. She co-edited the print anthology Watch Your Head: Writers and Artists Respond to the Climate Crisis (Coach House Books, 2020) and she runs Send My Love to Anyone, a literary newsletter, which was a Substack featured publication in 2023. She is an associate professor in the Writing Department at the University of Victoria where she teaches screenwriting and fiction.


Send My Love to Anyone Established

January 2021

Publisher

Kathryn Mockler

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20% of the revenue from paid subscriptions for Send My Love to Anyone is donated to RAVEN, an organization that supports Indigenous Justice by raising legal defence funds for Indigenous Peoples in Canada to defend rights and the integrity of lands and cultures.

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