The Aspiring Canadian Poets Contest is open for entries. Contest judge and mentor: Judith Krause. Poem length: 60 lines max. Prizes include online mentoring sessions, publication on the contest website, and a copy of the creative writing guide, Mentor Me. No entry fee. Deadline: June 1, 2017.
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Alternative art and literature quarterly The Matador Review is accepting submissions for the Summer 2017 issue. Looking for poetry, fiction, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction. Deadline: May 31, 2017.
Rat’s Ass Review, an online poetry magazine, is reading submissions for their summer issue. Looking for poems with originality, grace, and wisdom. But also “that totally oddball, rank, sarcastic little gem that you are almost embarrassed to have written, the one you don’t want your grandmother to see, but that you are privately proud as hell to have spawned.” Deadline: April 15, 2017.
New online quarterly Cold Creek Review (Alabama) seeks submissions for their debut and subsequent issues. Accepts poetry, fiction, and nonfiction in almost all styles. “We want your submission to leave us paralyzed and distressed. We challenge you to alarm us.” For poetry, submit 3-5 poems. For fiction and nonfiction, submit a piece no longer than 4,000 words. Deadline: None.
Wanted: poetry and creative nonfiction for an anthology about money (editors Aaron Giovannone and Naomi K. Lewi in Calgary, AB). “Literature often pretends to transcend the material conditions of life, but let’s talk cash: having it, not having it, owing it, wanting it, needing it, fear of losing it, the things we do for it, and the ways it changes us.” Submit nonfiction pieces of up to 5,000 words or up to five poems. No fiction. Previously published work and simultaneous subs are fine. Deadline: May 31, 2017.
Brickplight (US) is an online poetry journal that exists to promote the exploration of unique identities through daring poetry. Currently accepting submissions for Issue 6. Deadline: April 25, 2017.
SubtleTea is a non-profit online journal seeking poetry, prose, interviews, and reviews. Deadline: open.
ZiN Daily in Istria, Croatia, publishes border-crossing work that illuminates underexplored connections between different segments of culture. Seeks fiction, nonfiction, and poetry in English, Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian, Montenegrin, French, German, and Italian. Translations are welcome. Visual art is also accepted. Length: 4000 words max. Deadline: Ongoing.
Spadina Literary Review is an online literary journal based in Toronto, Canada, with an international readership. Seeks submissions of short fiction (350-3500 words), poetry, short nonfiction (1200-3000 words), and comics. Intrigue and suspense writing is especially welcome, as is humour. Deadline: Ongoing.
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.
Brick Books (Canada) publishes poetry books by new and established Canadian writers (citizens and landed immigrants.) Submit full manuscript. Interested in work from a broad a range of aesthetics and experiences, and encourages submissions from indigenous, racialized, and LGBTQ+ poets. Deadline: April 30, 2017.
Beside the Point, an online and print creative writing journal published at Camosun, a community college in Victoria, BC, invites submissions for the next issue. Theme: What does “community” mean to you? Accepts prose, poetry, images (work may be reproduced in b&w) or a combination of these. Length: 2500 words max. Also publishes comics 8 pages max.). Deadline: January 28, 2017.
Print literary journal Grain is accepting submissions for upcoming issue. Open to poetry (individual poems, sequences, or suites) and fiction and literary nonfiction (3500 words max). Payment: $50 per page to a maximum of $250, plus three copies of the issue. Submission window open until May 31, 2017.
Compose: A Journal of Simply Good Writing seeks poetry, literary fiction, creative nonfiction, and photography/art for their Spring 2017 issue. Publishes work by established and emerging writers. Deadline: January 31, 2017.
Monthly online literary magazine The Woven Tale Press welcomes submissions of poetry, fiction, memoir, flash fiction and the experimental. Also considers literary works accompanied by original art images. Deadline: Ongoing.
3Elements Review is now accepting submissions for Issue 16. The elements are SCALE, PEPPERMINT, and BREACH. All three words must be used in any poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction submissions. Deadline: July 31, 2017.
Peacock Journal (US), a daily online literary & arts magazine highlighting beauty in all its forms, seeks fiction, flash, poetry, nonfiction, translations, and art from emerging and established writers and artists. Pieces may also be selected for inclusion in their print anthology. Deadline: Rolling, reads year-round.
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.
New book imprint CARBON (US) is looking to publish 4-8 books in 2018. Open to poetry, novels, short fiction, and memoir, as well as full-length books on any subject — 1-2 slots reserved for technology/culture-related manuscripts. Encourages submissions from new and established writers. Authors receive a standard royalty-based contract, promotion in each Carbon Culture newsstand edition, review copies mailed to magazines and journals, and 15 author copies. Deadline: Open through 2017.
Understorey Magazine (Canada) seeks stories on the theme of “service.” What does it mean to serve, to be of service, to be in service? Pieces can be about service to a country, nation, faith, profession or idea; public and community service; domestic service; compulsory service; servitude; disservice etc. Prefers personal stories told through fiction, poetry or creative nonfiction. Honorarium for accepted work. Length: 1500 word max. Open to writers in Canada who identify as women or non-binary. Deadline: June 15, 2017.