Jan 282013

TypewriterPrint journal carte blanche (QC) seeks narrative of all forms: fiction, creative nonfiction, graphic fiction, personal essay, poetry, literary journalism, translations, and photo essays. Length: 3000 words max. or up to three poems. Deadline: March 1, 2013. Contributors receive a $45 honorarium per published piece.

  • Guidelines: http://carte-blanche.org/submissions/
  • Jan 282013

    Garbanzo coverGarbanzo Literary Journal (US) is published in limited-run copies as part of a hand-created series of chapbooks. Seeks stories (1172 words max.) poems (43 lines max.), micro-fiction, macro-faction, creative nonfiction, and a variety of verse forms. Appreciates writing that disregards the rules.

  • Guidelines: http://www.garbanzoliteraryjournal.org/Submission_Guidelines.html
  • Jan 212013

    Leapfrog Press2013 Leapfrog Fiction Contest. First Prize: publication contract offer with an advance payment, plus the finalist awards ($150 and manuscript critiques). Open to adult and children’s fiction (middle grade and YA) in novella- or novel-length. Minimum length: 22,000. Deadline: May 1, 2013. Entry fee: $30.

  • Guidelines: http://www.leapfrogpress.com/contest.htm
  • Jan 132013

    The Writers’ Trust invites entries for the RBC Bronwen Wallace Award for Emerging Writers. First prize: $5000; two honourable mentions of $1000. Length: 5-10 pages of previously unpublished poetry. Open to Canadian residents under the age of 35 who have not published in book form. Deadline: January 30, 2013.

  • Guidelines: http://www.writerstrust.com/Awards/RBC-Bronwen-Wallace-Award-for-Emerging-Writers/Call-for-Submissions_2012.aspx
  • Jan 112013

    Ruminate Magazine coverQuarterly magazine Ruminate (US) invites entries for their annual VanderMey Nonfiction Prize. First prize: $1000 and publication. Length: 5500 words max. New deadline: February 15, 2013. Entry fee: US$15 (includes copy). Publishes work that “resonates with the complexity and truth of the Christian faith. ”

  • Guidelines: http://www.ruminatemagazine.com/submit/contests/nonfiction