9 search results for "essay"

Looking for writing that begins with ‘C’

The Letter C (stories for girls by girls) is open to submissions from women writing about womanhood. Open to all forms of original written work (essays, short fiction, poems, etc.). Subject and title must begin with the letter C. “As long as it has something to do with being a girl, it has a place in our anthology.” Length: 2500 words max. Deadline: July 31, 2017.

New print journal seeks writing on food & summer

wishbones magazine
Wishbones Magazine seeks submissions for print for Issue No. 1: Sweat (August 2017). Theme: summer. The food and culture magazine isinterested in the change of season and the resulting transformation in our interactions with food. What do you eat or drink in the summertime? What recipes do you rely on? Who do you become in the summertime? Prioritizes marginalized stories, but is open to all forms of print media, including essays, photographs, visual art, short stories, poetry, interviews and recipes. Deadline: June 16, 2017.

The Jane Austen Project – Call for submissions

Ben Bulben Books seeks submissions for a new creative non-fiction anthology inspired by the life or works of Jane Austen. Open to all types of original nonfiction, from reportage to opinion. Length: 7,000 words max. Also considering micro-essays of 100 words. ​All authors included in the anthology receive two free hard copies. All work must be original, factually accurate, and previously unpublished. Free entry. Deadline: June 15, 2017.

Seeking experimental work that emerges from recipes

Experimental literary journal Infinity’s Kitchen (US) is looking for writing that results from new recipes or from existing recipes that have been compellingly redefined. Welcomes innovative fiction, poetry, essays, interviews, and multimedia works. Open to anything that is literary, conceptual, and process-oriented. Deadline: Ongoing.

UK journal wants you to excite them

​Cultural Kapital Magazine is a new London-based DIY literary, art, culture and thought journal for ideas on the cusp. Will be published biannually in print and weekly on the web. No boundaries or restrictions. Submit poetry, short stories and essays that “excites us and pulls us out of ourselves.” Deadline: July 1, 2017.

Press seeks full-length poetry & prose manuscripts

C&R Press (US) is accepting submissions of full-length manuscripts in fiction, short stories, poetry, essays, memoir, and mixed genre. Encourages female, minority, LGBT, immigrant, progressive and submerged voices. Submission fee: $25. Deadline: June 1, 2017.

Wanted: IRL queer stories, but also trans space captains, gay witches

Queerlit accepts original short stories, comics, and literary or personal essays by LGBTQ+ creators. Interested in pieces by LGBTQ+ creators, about LGBTQ+ themes or characters or settings. Looks for realistic explorations of LGBTQ+ life, but also “your trans space captains, your lesbian detectives, your non-binary superheroes, your gay witches, your bisexual knights or pansexual vampire slayers or queer werewolves.” Deadline: Ongoing.

Know some secrets about Calgary? Untold stories wanted

Seeking submissions on the theme of “Calgary untold.” What don’t we know about Calgary? The wrong side of the tracks, the dark spaces, the secret places, hide aways, and revelations. What is the other side of Calgary? The outsides? The wilderness within city limits, the boundaries, doorways, passages, etc. What is “off script” about Calgary? Looking for poetry, prose poetry, or poetic essay. Send to calgaryuntold@gmail.com. Editors: Micheline Maylor, Bruce Hunter, and Joan Shillington (Frontenac House Press). Deadline: Deadline: May 31, 2017.

Journals: CanLit

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Canadian print and online journals accepting literary submissions.