Tag: creative nonfiction

Seeking writing from Canadian university students

University of Windsor’s Generation Magazine is accepting poetry, prose and creative non-fiction from Canadian graduate and undergraduate students. Submit up to 5 double-spaced pages. Payment: Two copies of the magazine and $2 per published piece. Email to generationmagazinewindsor@gmail.com. Deadline: December 1, 2015.

Wanted: Writing that says ‘slow down’

Online literary magazine Cargo focuses on narrative and growth through travel and exploration. Seeks creative nonfiction, memoir, personal essay, poetry, book reviews, visual art, and photography. Prefers work that evokes a strong sense of character, setting, movement, and the internal journey — writing that asks us to slow down and consider our past for a moment. Deadline: Rolling. Guidelines.

Words and art wanted for LA litmag

Lunch Ticket (published by MFA community of Antioch University of Los Angeles) is accepting submissions of creative nonfiction, poetry, YA fiction and nonfiction, short and flash fiction, translation and multi-lingual texts, and art for its Summer/Fall 2015 issue. Deadline: October 31, 2015. Guidelines.

Wanted: Writing about gothic genre in CanLit (pays)

Room Magazine seeks submissions for issue 39.3, “Canadian Gothic.” From grim realism to the supernatural, writers are invited to explore manifestations of the gothic genre in Canadian literature and art. Seeking fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and art. Submission fee. Payment: $50-$120 upon publication. Deadline: January 31, 2016. Guidelines.

Mentorship award for emerging LGBTQ writers

Plenitude invites submissions for the third annual Emerging Writer Mentorship Award – Creative Non-fiction. Winner will be mentored by Michael V. Smith over three months in 2016, and includes two rounds of manuscript evaluation. Submission length: 4000 words max. Open to Canadian LGBTQ writers. Entry fee: $20. Deadline: November 27, 2015. Guidelines.

CNF contest with $1500 prize

PRISM international is accepting submissions for their 2015 Creative Non-Fiction contest, judged by Russell Wangersky. First prize: $1500 + publication; more prizes avail. Submissions up to 6000 words. Entry fee: $35-$45 (includes a subscription). Deadline: November 20, 2015. Guidelines.

Poetry, fiction, CNF contest with $4500 in prizes

The Malahat Review (Victoria, BC) invites entries for its annual Open Season Awards. First prize in each category: $4500 in prizes + publication. Poetry: 3 poems 100 lines max. Fiction and creative nonfiction: 2500 words max. Entry fee $40, all extra entries $15 (no genre limit). Judges are Russell Thornton, Kathy Page, Fiona Tinwei Lam. Deadline: November 1, 2015. Guidelines.

Creative nonfiction contest with a $1000 prize

The Malahat Review (BC) is accepting entries for the 2015 Constance Rooke Creative Nonfiction Prize. First prize: $1000 and publication. Length: 2000-3000 words. Likes the personal essay, memoir, narrative nonfiction, social commentary, travel writing, historical accounts, biography. Entry fee: $35-45 (includes subscription). Deadline: August 1, 2015. Guidelines.

Seeking writing about ‘women of color’

Room Magazine invites submissions for an upcoming issue: Women of Colour. They welcome fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and art about the experience of being racialized, dealing with racial discrimination, grappling with representation, defining one’s identity or identities, lost and reclaimed histories, as well as stories about loss, love, heartbreak, and triumph. Deadline: July 31, 2015. Guidelines.

Dissonance, extremes, humour, drama. Joypuke.

Joypuke (Sackville, NB) invites submissions for Joypuke III. The journal seeks to feature dissonance, extremes, humour and drama, and to juxtapose these in conversation. Seeks poetry (150 lines max.) and fiction and creative non-fiction (2500 words max.). Deadline: June 30, 2015. Guidelines.

This journal has an issue with men

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.