Paying online/Kindle magazine seeks great stories

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Jun 252012
 

Northwind, a quarterly online/Kindle magazine, is looking for provocative and compelling fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Pays $150 for feature story in each issue. Publishes 10 stories and 20 poems per issue.

Seeking writing on Northern B.C.

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Jun 252012
 

Filling Station (Canada) is soliciting submissions of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and visual art for a special issue on Northern B.C. Also seeking reviews of recent publications by Northern B.C. writers. Deadline: October 1, 2012. Send submissions & bio to jlwiens@ucalgary.ca with “fs Northern BC” in the subject line.

Print journal wants socially-engaged writing

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Jun 252012
 

Biannual magazine Ryga showcases the work of both established and emerging writers who explore social issues. Seeks socially-engaged poetry, fiction, and drama. Submissions must be previously unpublished. Payment: $100.

Seeking work by Alberta writers

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Jun 252012
 

Words In The Park (Edmonton, AB) is an annual literary event celebrating Alberta authors and their works. Seeking submissions the for annual book sale and fair for writers and people who produce goods for writers. Date: October 27, 2012.

Sci-fi bible writing wanted

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Jun 162012
 

Tightrope Books (Canada) seeks science-fiction-themed bible writing (take the bible and set it in the future, in space, etc.) Accepting fiction, interviews, poetry, artwork,and monologues. Length: Open. Submissions: tightropebooks2012 at GMAIL dot com.

Twitter-sized stories wanted

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Jun 132012
 

The Flaneur (UK) seeks experimental writers who are interested in writing stories in short Twitter tweets. Writers will be given a hashtag to use to allow their stories to be published on The Flaneur Twitter feed.