Small, independent press, The Lost Sparrow (US), is accepting submissions of new, original, and unpublished works. Looking for poetry and prose that “breathe life back into the world.” Submit poetry (under 50 lines preferred) and short stories, creative nonfiction, flash fiction, essays, thoughts, and dreams (3500 words max.). Deadline: January 31, 2017.
Lunch Ticket’s publication Amuse-Bouche: Spotlight is looking for creative nonfiction, fiction, flash prose, poetry, literary translation & multilingual text, and YA (13+). Deadline: January 31, 2017.
Online literature and art quarterly The Matador Review (Chicago, Illinois) seeks submissions for the Spring 2017 issue. Invites poetry, fiction, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art. Promotes “alternative work.” Deadline: February 28, 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.
What’s your interpretation of monstrosity? In conjunction with the ASU Frankenstein Bicentennial Project, Creative Nonfiction magazine seeks nonfiction stories in the spirit of Frankenstein. Looking for true stories that explore humans’ efforts to control and redirect nature and the evolving relationships between humanity and science/technology. Length: 4000 words max. Publication name: Dangerous Creations: Real Life Frankenstein Stories. $10,000 + publication for Best Essay and two $2,500 prizes and publication. Entry fee: $20. Deadline: March 20, 2017.
3Elements Review is accepting submissions for Issue 14. Submissions used the following The following three words must be used in submissions: ECHO, HUSK, and QUELL. Accepts poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Deadline: January 31, 2017.
Poetry Breakfast seeks submissions for their daily poem. Seeking poems and poetry-related creative nonfiction (letters to and from poets, essays on poetry, etc.). Submit 3-10 poems or creative nonfiction (150-1000 words). Deadline: ongoing.
Practical Politicking (US) is looking for creative nonfiction and nonfiction articles on politics. Everyone has opinions on political matters; they’re interested in the “who, what, where, and why” you have those opinions. “How-to” articles on political activism are also welcome. Theme: “All politics are local and personal.” Submissions of 500-700 words should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rolling deadline: Fridays @ 5pm EST.