Cave Art Press (US) is accepting nonfiction book-proposal submissions in the following categories: first-account military history, memoir, adventure travel, nature and nautical, and general nonfiction. Deadline: Open call.
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.
Deadline: Rolling deadlines Fridays @ 5pm EST.
Sun Star Review is open to submissions for the Winter 2017 issue. Seeking prose (fiction, nonfiction, flash, long, or unclassifiable), poetry, and mixed media work. Prefer nuance to flash, looks for depth and emotional resonance, and appreciates risk taking and ambitiousness if the ambition is earnest. Loves work that plays with craft and genre. Deadline: November 15, 2016.
Peacock Journal, a daily online literary & arts magazine highlighting beauty in all its forms, seeks submissions of fiction, translations, nonfiction, and poetry. Wants to read “your most beautiful work however you define the term.” Deadline: Rolling.
Columbia Journal (New York) seeks submissions for their first themed feature: The Election & Politics. Accepting poetry, essays, nonfiction, fiction, translated works, literary rants, polemics, prayers, and speeches about “whatever burns brightest in your heart when we say the words ‘election’ or ‘politics.'” Deadline: November 7, 2016.
Tumblr site PROM zine seeks poetry, nonfiction, and short stories about prom — the good, the bad, and the ugly. Length: 500 words max. Planning for spring publishing date. All accepted submissions receive a hard copy of the zine. Deadline: March 6, 2016.
The Norton Center invites submissions of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction for EAT: A Literature and Photography Installation Event. Pieces can be about eating in all configurations: literal, figurative, experimental, dark, nostalgic, satirical, etc. Selected works exhibited alongside a photographic interpretation of each piece by Kentucky photographer, Sarah Jane Sanders. Deadline: February 5, 2016.
Pithead Chapel is a monthly online journal of short fiction and nonfiction. Currently seeking “gutsy narratives” up to 4,000 words. Particularly interested in essays (personal, memoir, lyric, travel, experimental, etc.). Deadline: Rolling.
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.
Another New Calligraphy publishes limited-edition, handmade books in Chicago. Seeks work that balances originality and sincerity, and writing that “exists within its own space, rather than making concessions to genre or attempts at mass accessibility.” Prefers shorter written material (poetry and short-form nonfiction writing). Deadline: Open.
The Flexible Persona is a biweekly international literary journal that publishes character-driven fiction and nonfiction in audio and print format. Appreciates stories of how characters sustain themselves in the context of relationships and communities. Length: 1200–6500 words. Deadline: Rolling. Guidelines.