Biannual magazine the Cheat River Review is the literary journal helmed by MFA students at West Virginia University. Now seeking submissions for their Fall 2014 issue: poetry, nonfiction, fiction, and flash prose. Deadline: October 31, 2014. Guidelines.
Print & online literary journal text magazine (Nanaimo, BC) is looking for submissions of poetry, flash fiction, art, photography, Facebook statuses, tweets, found poetry, and other instances of poetic/artistic writing for their second issue. Photos: black and white; poetry: 30 lines max; flash fiction: 500 words max. Distributed in coffee shops and other locations. Deadline: November 15, 2014. Guidelines.
The Humber Literary Review is seeking submissions of prose, poetry, artwork, and comics for their third issue, scheduled for release in Spring 2015. Pays $60 per poem, and $100 each for essays, fiction, and reviews. Also pay our feature and comics artists. Contributors also receive two copies. Deadline: December 8, 2014. Guidelines.
Mud Season Review, a community-led literary journal in Vermont, invites fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and art for upcoming issues. Appreciates work that teaches something about life, and explores new ways of perceiving the world or about the craft of writing or visual art. Deadline: Rolling. Guidelines.
Eldredge Books is accepting submissions for Fashionably Late, a collection of personal narratives by gay, bisexual, and transgender men who came out well into adulthood. Submissions are open to all gay, bi, and trans men who identify as late bloomers (this typically refers to men who came out after their mid-twenties). Tentative pub date: September 2015. Length: 7,500 words max. Payment: small stipend, two copies each of the print/ebook anthology. Deadline: January 31, 2015. Guidelines.
Loose Change Magazine is relaunching and currently open for submissions of ambitious, innovative, engaged and engaging poetry, fiction, lyric essay/nonfiction, performance texts, and hybrid writing. Length: 10,000 words max. Deadline: November 15, 2014.
Soliloquies (Concordia University, Montreal) accepts writing on any theme in the following genres: Short fiction (3,500 words max.), poetry (8 pages max.), creative non-fiction (3,500 words max.), drama and comics. Deadline: October 24, 2014.
Literary and art journal Transcendence Magazine is seeking narrative that grabs them by their hands and pulls them forward. Currently accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, art and photography on the theme of “People.” Deadline: October 17th, 2014.
The Quilliad (Canada) is seeking submissions for their fourth issue. Theme: Halloween. Looking for poetry, flash fiction, and short stories with a creepy, speculative, or otherwise unusual bent. Accepting poetry (should fit on an 8×11 page; shorter is also good, flash fiction (500 words max.), story excerpts (500 words max.). Deadline: September 30, 2014. Guidelines.
“Shiny new Canadian quarterly” The Impressment Gang (Canada) pays $25 for accepted poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and writing in general. Prints four times a year: May, August, November, February. No word limit for fiction, non-fiction and other writing, but “submissions really should knock our socks off.” Deadline: Ongoing. Guidelines.
Blue Mountain Arts is interested in reviewing writings suitable for publication on greeting cards. Looking for highly original and creative submissions on friendship, family, special occasions, positive living, and other topics one person might want to share with another person. Submissions may also be considered for inclusion in book anthologies. Pays $300 per poem for all rights to publish it on a greeting card and $50 if the poem is used only in an anthology. Request writer’s guidelines (which include contact/submission information) by sending a blank e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Send Me Guidelines” in the subject line.
Only Because (UK) is a new creative career and lifestyle magazine, launching in autumn 2014. Seeking advice articles, lifestyle features, creative non-fiction, short fiction and poetry. Send an email to email@example.com with a short bio and what you’d be interested in writing about. Include at least two relevant sample articles.
Workshop-based online literary publication The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society is seeking poetry, non-fiction essays, and flash fiction that tackles their October theme: The End. Send your work that thematically, literally, or figuratively includes concepts of endings or the end of something. Deadline: October 15, 2014. Guidelines.