Feb 012015
 

Stained Pages Press is looking for long-form writing about Canadian food, to be published online as part of a weekly feature. Looking for fiction, essays, fully-researched articles and personal essays about food — either by a Canadian or featuring Canadian food items. Payment: 50% of all profits from donations to the site (PayPal tipjar & Patreon) during the week that your work is featured. Guidelines.
 

Jan 252015
 

Phafours Press (Ottawa, Canada) seeks poems about cocoa that rhapsodize the holy bean for a chapbook anthology. No couplet rhymes svp unless satire. Payment in copies and/or small honorarium. Send 2 poems max. Deadline: February 10, 2015. Guidelines.
 

Jan 192015
 

Between The Lines (Holy Names University, US) accepts poems and essays on social injustice. Poetry: 3–5 poems; Non-fiction: 3000 words max. Pieces selected for publication will be considered for the Celestine Prize in Poetry and our Anthony Prize in Prose. Sample themes: human trafficking during the Super Bowl, workers who are full-time, but don’t make a living wage, the causes and impact of global warming on localities or farmers in poor communities. Deadline: February 1, 2015. Guidelines.
 

Jan 182015
 

Two queer magazines (his + her) under the same publishing umbrella are seeking written and visual submissions for their inaugural issues. Open to illustrations, photo-essays, non-academic essays, personal reflections, poetry, and interviews/features. Writing should be light-hearted and of general interest, yet still carry some gravitas. Deadline: January 20, 2015. Guidelines.
 

Jan 182015
 

Ricky’s Back Yard is an online magazine with four print specials per year. Open to graphic short stories and verbal text entries, flash fiction to longer short stories (12k words). Looking for work that says “Jesus, that gave me a nightmare.” Prefers writing that is strong, punk, dark, humorous, and just strange enough to be true. Theme: Cult. Deadline: May 4, 2015.