New online litmag seeks poetry, short prose

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Jul 282015
 

Bi-annual online lit journal Bear Review seeks submissions for their third issue. Looking for poems, non-fiction and micro prose (500 words max.) by emerging and established writers. “Psyched to read poems and micro pieces from any aesthetic in any variant of the English language, so long as the work keeps the fire stoked.” Deadline: Rolling. Guidelines. Also running a contest ($10 entry fee, $100 + copies prize) with August 31 deadline.
 

Seeking true stories of comical solutions

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Jul 252015
 

MTC Publications seeks needs humorous stories and poems for an anthology of ingenuity and resourcefulness: Necessity is a Mother: Toolbox Tales When All Else Fails. Writers are invited to share true stories about silly circumstances, amusing anecdotes, and much-better-than-expected outcomes when resorting to the use of items available as alternative tools when in a bind. Length: Prose – 1200 words max; poetry – open. Payment: one digital contributor’s copy and a coupon for printed copies at a discount. Deadline: January 25, 2016. Guidelines.
 

Wanted: Writing about living and creativity

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Jul 242015
 

Arts website Lamp in Hand is seeking creative non-fiction and memoir (500-1200 words) and poetry 700 words max.). Pieces much touch on at least one or more of the following themes: living with intention, living your passion, critical thinking & popular culture, or how being creative has positively impacted your life. Deadline: Ongoing. Guidelines.
 

Seeking writing about depression, dark matters

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Jul 042015
 

Melted Wing is an online journal/discussion of depression, despair, suicide, and other dark matters. Seeks fiction, poetry, journalism, and visual art by engaging and uncommon new voices. Want their readers to be “surprised and delighted by the breadth of what we hope to be a conversation about acts, feelings, and thoughts [experienced] in our tightrope walk from birth to death.” Deadline: None. Guidelines.