Teenage Wasteland Review is accepting poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction from students ages 14-19. Poetry submissions also entered in The Muriel Avellaneda Prize for Young Writers (prize: $100). Deadline: April 30, 2015. Guidelines.
The Ilanot Review invites submissions about “the male, the masculine sex/gender” for their next issue. Publishes fiction (5000 words max.), creative non-fiction (3000 words max.), poetry (up to four poems), translations and art. Welcome work that challenges conventions of form, style and content. Deadline: April 30, 2015. Guidelines.
Details: Rumble Strip is an online magazine looking for satire surrealism, magic realism, genre fiction, and photography. Seeks nonfiction dealing with pop culture and the arts. Upcoming themes: Alien Invasion Musical, What Should We Do With the Thing You Sneezed Out of Your Nose? and Sartre and Adam Sandler In the Old West. Guidelines.
The 2015 Bristol Short Story Prize is open to all published and unpublished writers over 16. First prize: £1000 (about $1800 CAD) plus £150 Waterstone’s gift card (usable online worldwide); additional prizes available. All 20 shortlisted stories published in the Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 8. Any theme or subject. Length: 4000 words max. Entry fee: £8 per story ($15). Deadline: April 30, 2015. Guidelines.
Trafika Europe (Edinburgh) is an online literary quarterly showcasing new fiction and poetry in English and English translation from across Council of Europe countries. Accepts short stories, novel excerpts, and poetry. The work in its original language/country should be no more than five years old from original publication date. Deadline: Rolling. Guidelines (pdf).
Concordia University’s undergraduate literary journal, Soliloquies (print/online), welcomes submissions in the following genres: short fiction (3500 words max.); creative non-fiction (3500 words max.); poetry (8 pages max.); drama (8 pages max.); and comics (8 pages max.). Deadline: February 22, 2015. Guidelines.