We gladly accept guest posts of varying types. 
We accept fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from a Christian perspective. 
Here are some guidelines for your submission, please read carefully.
All submissions must be emailed to: writersofelysian.yww.blog@gmail.com

We accept all manner of articles (must be 500-800 words long) on writing such as:
Open pen critiques
We accept submissions to be critiqued by our readers:
~Short stories (500-1,000 words)
~Introduce yourself (to W.E.) at the top of the email.
~Paste submission in the body of the email.
~Include any pictures as an attachment.
~Include a bio (third person, 2-3 sentences) any links you wish to provide, at the end of your submission.
Do Not
~Use Profanity
~Email us for submission confirmation. We will get back to you as soon as we are able.

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Your Brothers and Sisters in Christ, 

~The Writers of Elysian~


  1. Cool! Question... what is an Open Pen Critique? :)

    1. Hi, Sara! An Open Pen Critique is when someone submits a selection of their writing to us and we share it like a post, adding our thoughts and allowing other people to comment with their thoughts, and thus, critique it! :D

  2. I would love to write a guest post! (This is Bethany from the YWW by the way)

  3. Can I submit something already published on my own blog?

    1. Did you want us to publish it as an open critique?

    2. Sure, that'll do fine. I had been talking about guest posting, but I'm sure it can be critiqued.

    3. You can submit an original post, or you can submit an already published piece for open critique.
      You can email us with your submission! As well as a short bio.

  4. What all do you critique? Do you take nonfiction and fiction? What about poetry?