In MARGŌ Musings

Mean Girls, Paramount Pictures, 2004

What does it mean to be an outsider?

It’s about not feeling part of something, part of a circle, part of a whole.

We’re looking to unearth the different ways people experience exclusion. Whether it’s relationships, bodies, sexuality, race, geography, language, we want to give you a voice. MARGŌ is hungry for ideas that explore being an outsider. We want quirky snippets of stories, raw and personal poetry, words that rip, smudge, and break the circle in an instant.

So, with that being said, we’re looking for flash fiction of no more than 25 words, or a stanza of poetry no more than 16 lines, on the theme of Outsider. We will repost the best on Instagram and Twitter and, as always, we will be on the hunt for exciting writers to publish!

Send them to us at submissions@margocollective.com