Calls for submission offer opportunities to publish for writers from the novice to the experienced. Publishers may list their submission requirements at Submit Your Announcement.
Deadline: February 28, 2020
Contact: Sara G
Grey surrounds us, sometimes in surprising ways. In beach pebbles, a pair of smiling eyes, a kitten’s fur, and the cold embers of a fireplace. This neutral colour is cool, calming and timeless. But, it can also feel dull, drained, and emotionless. Grey can make other colours stand out. Grey can hide a story. Share your shades of GREY with words or imagery.
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The mission of ArtAscent is to promote artists of images and words, and connect them with art lovers. This is accomplished by calls for artists and writers, artist profiling, art magazine publication, and artist and writer online showcasing. Each call is theme based, with the intent to showcase diverse creative explorations of that theme via various media. This marketing tool is created by artists and writers, for artists and writers. This is our art! ArtAscent provides opportunity for the voice of writers and vision of artists to shared in a professional and accessible platform. We are a bright community of creatives and art lovers.
Sunspot Lit now accepting art, poetry from 1 to 50 pages, and fiction and nonfiction from 50 to 49,000 words. Also accepts scripts/screenplays. Closing February 29.
Deadline: March 31, 2020
Contact: Laine Cunningham
Submit the single word in any language you feel is important in today’s world. Use up to 1,000 words to describe why in fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. Winner receives $500 plus publication. Finalists are offered publication.
Call For Submissions: Open call for fiction, poetry, nonfiction, scripts, and translations up to 49,000 words, and art.
Sunspot Literary Journal amplifies multinational voices. Accepts fiction, poetry, nonfiction, scripts, and translations up to 49,000 words, and art. Submit: https://sunspotlit.submittable.com/submit Website: https://sunspotlit.com/
Deadline: January 6, 2020
This issue of Rejoinder seeks to explore the relationship between storytelling and social change. Storytelling has long been an important feminist tool, used by participants in consciousness raising groups, as well as scholars such as standpoint theorists, critical race feminists and feminist ethicists. Stories have helped feminists counter dominant narratives, reveal hidden power dynamics, develop epistemologies, and build solidarity. The practice of feminist storytelling has never been confined to the academy, and in fact storytelling is increasingly an important part of progressive campaigns intended to bring about social justice by swaying “hearts and minds.” But precisely what are we doing when we tell stories? Whose stories count? How far can we trust experiential narratives? And how does technology transform the practice of storytelling in the post-truth era? Submissions (including essays, commentary, criticism, fiction, poetry, and artwork) should address this theme from feminist, queer, social and racial justice-inspired perspectives. We particularly welcome contributions at the intersection of scholarship and activism. For manuscript preparation details, please see our website at: https://irw.rutgers.edu/about-rejoinder. Rejoinder is published by the Institute for Research on Women at Rutgers University in partnership with The Feminist Art Project. Please send completed written work (2,000-2,500 words max), jpegs of artwork, and short bios to the editor, Sarah Tobias (email@example.com) by January 6, 2020.
Belmont Story Review invites submissions for its fifth volume. We’re looking for submissions of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction from emerging and established writers. Also, we’re open to submissions of narrative journalism in the areas of music, publishing, creativity and collaboration, as well as faith and culture.
The reading period for Volume Five is from November 1, 2019 - February 1, 2020.
We award a cash honorarium of $50 for prose and $25 for poetry/flash fiction to authors who have accepted submissions.
Deadline: January 31, 2020
Contact: Nicole Pyles
Seeking creative nonfiction essays on any topic (200 - 1000 words) and in any style--from personal essay and memoir to lyric essay and hybrid, and more! Limit 300 entries. Cash prizes for up to 20 winners.
The Auriga Magazine is a new online literary magazine that publishes poetry and prose. Based in the United States, The Auriga Magazine debuted in 2019 with the goal of providing a voice for emerging young writers and promoting diversity.
Description: Flash Fiction Magazine accepts submissions all year around. Their word limit is 300-1000 words. Any genre.
There is no payment for stories published on the website. They pay $40 per story accepted in anthologies and the best story of every month receives $100.
For guidelines and to submit your story please use the link: https://flashfictionmagazine.com/subs
Written by high school creative writing students, "newsprung" is a blog, not a magazine, not a contest, and as such publishes new work – whether text or image or both – when there is something to publish. In addition to our own posts, we’re seeking to publish and promote the best literary writing, visual art, and fine-art photography by high school students (grades 9 – 12) and their teachers, who are living and working within the Deep South. Our two areas of interest are: writing and literature, and visual art and fine-art photography.
We are currently taking submissions for possible inclusion in an ongoing anthology. All information, themes and how to submit, are located on our website. We hope that there are women in your group that will consider sharing their work with us. We will be publishing an electronic version(s) as we also look for a publisher. Thanks for your consideration.
In addition to our website we also have a Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Kaleidoscope-WoJo-188435748422369/
Mastodon Publishing is open for full-length submissions in all literary and commercial genres, including fiction, nonfiction, poetry, essays, and special interest (cookbooks, academic, YA, and others). Our goal is to bring diverse and uncensored writing to life in many shapes and forms. Please visit our website https://www.mastodonpublishing.com/ and submittable page https://mastodonpublishing.submittable.com/submit for more information.
C&R Press is open for full length manuscripts in all categories, including novels, poetry, short story collections, creative non-fiction, memoir, experimental and hybrid work.
We encourage female, minority, LGBT, immigrant, progressive and submerged voices to submit. C&R Press is committed to publishing books from new and emerging writers whose work might otherwise be ignored by commercial publishers. We are interested in supporting authors whose thoughtful and imaginative contribution to contemporary literature deserves recognition and support.
C&R Press submissions are also open for our Winter Soup Bowl Chapbook and New York reading series. Soup Bowl Chapbooks are between 20-45 pages of material not including front matter. Winners will receive ten copies of the book and a hosted reading in Brooklyn, NYC. Entries are open until April 21, 2018.
For more information, visit our website https://www.crpress.org/submissions/
Flash Fiction Magazine is open for submissions. There are no deadlines. They pay $40 per story accepted for publication in their anthologies and also host a flash fiction writing course. As an extra bonus, each month they award $100 for the story of the month in their online publication.
Contact: Michelle Tudor
wildness is an online literary and arts journal that seeks to promote contemporary fiction, poetry and non-fiction that evokes the unknown. Founded in 2015, each thoughtfully compiled issue strives to unearth the works of both established and up-and-coming writers and artists.
wildness accepts submissions of poetry, fiction and non-fiction, and considers work in most styles, forms or genres. For a better idea of our preferences we always recommend reading through our previous issues.
We currently publish our issues bimonthly (in February, April, June, August, October and December) and read submissions on a rolling basis—all submitted work will simply be considered for the next open issue.
Please check out our guidelines: www.realwildness.com/submit
Call For Submissions: 400 and Falling Press Seeks Submissions
400 and Falling Press will publish a bi-annual journal of literature and the arts. Work will appear online and in-print. We ask for submissions of unpublished work from emerging writers and artists in the following genres: Poetry, Prose, Creative Non-Fiction, Visual Art, Literary criticism and Art criticism.
Please follow the submission guidelines carefully for each specific genre. We cannot offer financial compensation at this time.
All contributors will receive a copy of the issue in which they are published. We welcome simultaneous submissions, however please inform us if your work is published elsewhere. All literary submissions should be in a .pdf, .docx, or .doc file in 12 pt. Times New Roman type. Please include a cover letter in the body of the email with your contact information and a brief third person bio.
All work should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Submission Genre: Name: Title" as the subject (for example "Poetry: Frank Stanford: Singing Knives").
A Quiet Courage online literary journal considers micro fiction and poetry that is 100 words or less in length. Named among the twelve best literary journals of 2015 by Authors Publish Magazine, eight months after founding. Diverse writers welcomed, non-paying market.
We publish the edifying and uniquely positive short story, flash fiction, poetry, photography, and digital art.
Submission guidelines are online, managed through Submittable, and there are no submission fees. Past issues are free to read online. Annual nominations for our ‘Best of the Best’ cash prize awards.