Tag: fiction

Wanted: Diverse poetry and prose

Polychrome Ink seeks submissions for Volume Three. Interested in diverse poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. Defines diversity as anyone who: does not consider themselves to be white, heterosexual, and/or cisgender; is Intersex; is neuroatypical, and/or who is physically disabled. Pays $15-$40. Deadline: December 27, 2015. Guidelines.

Seeking writing by post-grad students

Monthly journal The Cardiff Review is a magazine of contemporary graduate writing. Publishes fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Publication precedence is given to post-graduate students, but also considers work from emerging writers. Accepting submissions for the January, February and March digital issues. Deadline: Rolling. Guidelines.

Seeking writing about ‘high school’

SAD Mag, a Vancouver-based arts and culture magazine, welcomes poetry and fic­tion sub­mis­sions of up to 1000 words related to the theme of high school (writers are encour­aged to inter­pret the theme creatively and broadly). Selected sub­mis­sions will be pub­lished online along­side an illus­tra­tion by a fea­tured artist. Par­tic­u­larly inter­ested in the work of queer or emerg­ing writers, espe­cially those based in Van­cou­ver or the Lower Main­land. Deadline: September 15, 2015. Guidelines.

Wanted: Your whimsy and wonder

The Kingston University London’s Creative Writing MFA literary blog Words, Pauses, Noises is looking for submissions of prose (300-1500 words), poetry, book reviews, interviews, and anything literary. Of particular interest: stories full of whimsy, wonder, and adventure. Deadline: Ongoing. Guidelines.

Wanted: Your nontraditional narratives

Clockhouse Literary Magazine accepts works of poetry, fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction, and dramatic works for stage or screen. Encourages submissions from both established and emerging writers, and are especially interested in diverse voices and nontraditional narratives seeking to understand our place in the world. Deadline: December 1, 2015. Guidelines.

Wanted: Your best literary remnants

Sequestrum (Iowa) is accepting fiction, nonfiction, and poetry submissions for their Fall-Winter 2015 Issue. Length: 8,000 word limit for prose, 35 lines for poetry (4 poems per submission). “Serious sticklers for concise, evocative writing.” Payment: cash and free subscription. Deadline: August 31, 2015. Guidelines.

Seeking writing about depression, dark matters

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.