Tag: reviews

Wanted: The particularities of your encounters with the world

ForageForage Poetry (UK/US) is looking for intelligent, honest poetry, creative nonfiction, essays, and reviews from poets and writers who focus on the particularities of their encounters with the world. Looks for writing “that is accessible, and that reaches into that space between our heads and our hearts to open a door to something we had almost missed.” Current theme: the Poetry of Tragedy. Off-theme work also welcome. Deadline: July 20, 2016.

Wanted: Work by writers who ‘like to watch the world burn’

SlashnBurn is “an anti-art arts journal seeking to publish and bring attention to work outside the conveyor belt work coming out of most workshop-based MFA programs.” Currently accepting submissions in fiction, flash fiction, comics, creative nonfiction, memoir, poetry, reviews, and blended-genre. No hard genre work. High-concept is fine, but grounded in real human conflict and action. Deadline: Rolling.

Seeking the fearless in women’s arts & letters

The Minola Review welcomes arts and letters from all female-identifying writers. Interested in work that is fearless and unsympathetic and goes where others are uncomfortable or afraid to go. Open to submissions of poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews. Deadline: rolling.