Print journal the Humber Literary Review (Toronto) seeks submissions for their second issue. Looking for fiction, poetry, essays, reviews, artwork, and comix. Deadline: June 30, 2014.
- Guidelines: humberliteraryreview.com/submissions
Vallum is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming themed issue 11:2 “Speed.” Interested in poetry, essays, interviews and reviews. Deadline: April 20, 2014.
Nat. Brut is a multimedia online literary magazine featuring art, writing, and culture. Currently seeking submissions for their late summer issue. Publishes poetry, fiction, essays, interviews, reviews (books, film, and other media), satire/humor pieces, short screenplays and theater scripts, and creative nonfiction/literary journalism, as well as visual art, short films, and audio content. Deadline: May 31, 2014.
Online literature/arts magazine The Broken City (Toronto, ON) is currently accepting submissions for its summer 2014 edition: Avast! Looking for water/nautical-related poetry, fiction, essays, comics, illustrations, photography, reviews. Deadline: June 1, 2014.
Open access journal Beyond Borderlands: A Critical Journal of the Weird, Paranormal, and Occult (Canada) is a forum for the interdisciplinary, artistic, and critical exploration of topics relating to esotericism, paranormality, and the culturally weird. Accepting letters to the editor, scholarly and popular articles, music, art, creative writing, occult explorations, and reviews. No payment. Deadline: May 1, 2014.
The Humber Literary Review (Toronto), a new literary and arts magazine established by the English Department of Humber College, seeks submissions for its debut issue. Accepting quality fiction, nonfiction, essays, poetry, and artwork from prominent and emerging voices. Looking for work that is provocative, inspiring, entertaining, and exciting. Deadline: December 1, 2013.
Literary journal New Welsh Review (Wales) seeks dynamic, curious, lively, and outward-looking writing. Looking for short stories (2500 to 3000 words) and poems (up to six). Occasionally publishes shorter stories and microfiction. Payment: £100 per story and £28 per each poem, upon publication. Also welcomes submissions and ideas for online content (no payment): short reviews (600-800 words), opinion pieces (450 words) and author interviews (8-15 questions). Deadlines: December 12, 2013 and March 1, 2014.
Online annual literary journal The Fieldstone Review (University of Saskatchewan) is accepting submissions of creative nonfiction and fiction (2500 words max.), poetry (up to 3), and reviews for its 2014 issue. Limit: one entry per category per submission period. Deadline: January 15, 2014.
Online literature/arts magazine The Broken City (Toronto, ON) is currently accepting submissions for its winter 2013 edition: “Turn on, tune in.” Looking for music-related poetry, fiction, essays, comics, illustrations, photography, reviews as well as mp3 submissions for a mixtape. Deadline: December 1, 2013. Non-paying.
Avant-garde literary magazine Toad Suck Review (University of Central Arkansas, US) welcomes submissions of fiction, poetry, plays, reviews, interviews, social commentary, memoir, political rants, ecologically conscientious reflections, talk about literature, talk about culture, and talk about teaching. Prefers the inventive and daring. “Especially interested in genre writing that expands or challenges or reinvents the forms and conventions of the genre.” Payment: contributor copies. Deadline: September 23, 2013.
Small circulation literary publication Cant Journal (US) seeks poetry and prose for Issue #5. Accepts poetry, short inventive prose (micro fiction, flash fiction, etc.; 300-1000 words), poetry book reviews, essays on poetry, and interviews with poets. Submit 3-7 poems, 1-3 short prose pieces, or 1 poetry book review or essay on poetry. Journal is small (5 x 11); writers are encouraged to keep this in mind when submitting. Publishes annually in April. Payment: Three copies.
Online quarterly The Puritan | Frontiers of New English (Toronto) seeks fiction, poetry, essays, reviews, and interviews for Issue XXIII: Fall 2013. “Submissions may push toward the symbolic frontier, challenging limitations and forging into previously unexplored aesthetic territory.” Deadline: September 15, 2013. Payment: $50 (prose) and $20 poetry.
Ottawa Arts Review (Literary and Visual Arts Journal of the University of Ottawa) seeks submissions of short fiction, poetry, drama, and visual art; also personal essays, reviews, and interviews that relate to literary and visual art. OAR “gives an equal voice to local, Canadian, and international artists, whether emerging or established.”