Tag: poetry

New journal wants your unanswered plurals

Parentheses Journal, a new collaborative venture in the quest for sharing art, seeks art for the sake of art for their inaugural issue. Looking for unanswered plurals in the form of poetry, fiction, and artwork. Welcomes work from across coasts and climes. Send up to 5 pieces in any one genre. Also holding a call for Editor-in-Spirit who understands and wishes to be part of the aesthetic for the cause (send in an expository email). Send to editors@parenthesesjournal.com. Website coming soon. Deadline: January 15, 2017.

Wanted: Plays & poetry for a new Long Island festival

The East End Fringe Festival, is a new theater and poetry festival on the east end of Long Island, NY, are looking for new plays and poetry for Summer 2017. “Dedicated to connecting adventurous emerging and established artists with appreciative audiences to foster the growth of creative arts on Long Island.” Plays: 6 characters, up to 90 minutes. Poetry: 2 poems/pages. Deadline: March 16, 2017

Seeking work from first generation college writers

Writers who identify as “first-generation college,” as well as those who support the first-generation community, are encouraged to submit to First-Gen Voices: Creative and Critical Narratives on the First-Generation College Experience. This is a peer-reviewed journal of creative writing, visual and recorded art, and scholarly work from the first-generation college community. Accepting creative nonfiction, fiction, poetry, spoken word, drama, literary analysis, research, and multimedia works. Deadline: March 15, 2016.

Know some secrets about Calgary? Untold stories wanted

Seeking submissions on the theme of “Calgary untold.” What don’t we know about Calgary? The wrong side of the tracks, the dark spaces, the secret places, hide aways, and revelations. What is the other side of Calgary? The outsides? The wilderness within city limits, the boundaries, doorways, passages, etc. What is “off script” about Calgary? Looking for poetry, prose poetry, or poetic essay. Send to calgaryuntold@gmail.com. Editors: Micheline Maylor, Bruce Hunter, and Joan Shillington (Frontenac House Press). Deadline: Deadline: May 31, 2017.

Online journal seeks poetry (pays)

Foundry reads poetry submissions year-round. Publishes a range of styles and forms, from short lyric poems to prose poems and longer narratives. They are committed to inclusivity and welcome submissions from marginalized voices. Send 3-5 poems. Simultaneous submissions are encouraged. Pays $10 per poem. Deadline: Ongoing.

New journal seeks experimental poetry & prose

Online literary journal Cicatrix (US) seeks submissions for their debut issue. Looking for poetry (2-5 poems), fiction (3500 words max.), and flash fiction. Leans toward the experimental: “lyric should be more polyphonic than monophonic.” Deadline: December 31, 2016.

Paying queer mag wants your subtle, brash & unrelenting

Plenitude coverPlenitude Magazine seeks writing by LGBTTQ of all ages, gender, colour, and ability. Plenitude aims to complicate expressions of queerness through the publication of diverse, sophisticated literary writing. Interested in literary fiction, nonfiction and poetry from both emerging and established writers. Deadline: ongoing.

Seeking poetry that feeds the soul

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.

Experimental lit mag seeks poetry & prose

bad nudesBad Nudes, an online literary magazine based in Montreal, seeks submissions of prose and poetry for its sophomore issue. Stylistically, the magazine gravitates toward the experimental. Open to writers from anywhere in the world. Deadline: December 15, 2016.

Looking for Slavic-inspired poetry & prose

nightingales songNewly-founded journal Project Nightingale seeks to publish submissions by people of a Slavic diaspora and/or touching upon Slavic themes/topics. Also looking for editors. Currently accepting fiction (5000 words max.), poetry (max. 5), nonfiction — essays, reviews, articles, etc. (3000 words max.). Deadline: ongoing.

Wanted: Horrible and hopeful resurrections

The Golden KeThe Golden Key has reopened to submissions after a hiatus. Theme for Issue 7: Resurrected things. Seeking stories and poems, literary and speculative, that are alive-again — revived, resuscitated, revivified. Not interested in religious allegory, either explicit or implicit. Deadline: December 31, 2016.

Wanted: Your ‘wilds seen and unseen’

The MackinacQuarterly online poetry magazine The Mackinac (Canada) seeks work “where the stakes are always high.” Appreciates poetry that “bridges the strait between nostalgia and the immediate, the wilds seen and unseen, the best of emerging and established voices.” Submit up to 5 poems. Deadline: Ongoing.

Beautiful work wanted for daily literary mag

Peacock JournalPeacock 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.