BIAPEI CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Have you experienced traumatic brain injury? Do you live with someone who had it? Are you close to someone who struggled with it? The Brain Injury Association of PEI (BIAPEI) is looking for stories (maximum 2500 words) and poems from brain injury survivors, their family members or close friends who have stories to share of experiences and effects of brain injury.
Submit by email to: email@example.com
or by postal mail to Story BIAPEI, 81 Prince St., Charlottetown, PE C1A 4R3
CARGO Literary Journal
Cargo is a nonfiction journal, and we are looking for pieces with a strong narrative and interior journey, such as immersion reportage. Please submit one essay or up to five poems. We will consider prose poems, lists, and interesting personal notes providing they meet our guidelines, so feel free to take risks with form. We would also like to publish author interviews.
We are also accepting reviews. We’re also interested in collaborations between writers and visual artists, and are looking for submissions from across our beautiful blue planet. Cargo will also consider your translations of poetry or prose.
We publish four issues a year, and we are currently accepting submissions
For more details, visit http://cargoliterary.com/
Chicken Soup for the Soul
For more details on submissions, visit Chicken Soup for the Soul
|Deadline: June 19
For an upcoming issue of Creative Nonfiction, we’re looking for true stories about starting over. Tell us about a time when you or someone else took a do-over, snuck a mulligan, or hit the reset button, whether by choice or not.
We welcome personal stories as well as profiles, and we’re open to a very wide range of experiences and circumstances. Above all, we are looking for narratives—true stories, rich with scene, character, detail, and a distinctive voice—that offer a fresh interpretation or unique insight into the theme.
All essays submitted will be considered for publication; this is a paying market.
Essays must be previously unpublished and no longer than 4,000 words. All essays must tell true stories and be factually accurate. Everything we publish goes through a rigorous fact-checking process, and editors may ask for sources and citations.
Exploring the Boundaries
Deadline: Monday, September 11, 2017
Creative Nonfiction is currently seeking experimental nonfiction for the “Exploring the Boundaries” section (“experimental,” “boundaries” … yes, we know these can be loaded terms). We’re looking for writing that is ambitious, pushes against the conventional boundaries of the genre, plays with style and form, and makes its own rules. As always, we have only one absolute rule: nonfiction must be based in fact.
Please note that this is NOT a call for an entire “Exploring the Boundaries” issue of the magazine; accepted pieces will be published one per issue, and earliest possible publication will be in Issue #67 (Spring 2018).
4,500 word maximum; please include a word count on the first page of the essay and a cover letter with complete contact information and a brief bio. Any additional questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details, please visit https://creativenonfiction.org/submissions/exploring-boundaries
Metamorphose Short Story Publication
We are currently accepting short stories in the fantasy and science fiction genres ranging from 1,000 to 7,500 words for publication on our website. Each year the top 3-5 stories will be published as the featured short story in Metamorphose’s Anthology in the fall. All accepted submissions receive free professional edits on their submission. International submissions welcome.
Pay: Stories published in the anthology are eligible for royalty sales.
Submission Fee: FREE
Contact Info: Tammy Davies, email@example.com
Mystery Weekly is a new short mystery e-zine that is looking for stories between 1000-8000 words in length for publication on our website. We offer a modest per-word compensation and only require exclusive online rights for a period of six months. Submission response time averages 1 to 2 weeks.
Neon Literary Magazine Seeks Submissions
Neon is a UK-based literary magazine that publishes poetry and prose from anywhere in the world. At the moment we’re looking for submissions to be published in our next and future issues.If you’re a writer of poetry or prose, please have a look at the magazine to see if your work might be at home there. If you think it would be, then consult the guidelines and send something along!
Published writers receive a copy of the magazine and a small royalty. Neon accepts reprints and simultaneous submissions, and we’ll try and provide feedback to anyone who supports the magazine. Full details can be found on the guidelines page on the website (http://neonmagazine.co.uk/?page_id=116).
Story Quilt is an all-electronic magazine began 2015 with the goal to collect stories, and poems, and art for the relaxed entertainment of all readers worldwide. Initially, the contributions will mainly come from Canada but with time we hope to welcome submissions from any country in English.
The emphasis will be on stories. Stories can be told in many ways: “True” format using personal experiences or true facts from known sources, or “Fiction” based on facts, or “Pure Fiction, or “Art” as in artist’s creations either in black and white or colour, or Photography, or Applied Arts as in quilts, or in Videos, or in Music, or in any combination of the above. Suitable essays and novellas may also be considered. For more details, please visit http://www.story-quilt.com/
The Matador Review
Alternative art and literature magazine The Matador Review is seeking submissions for the Summer 2017 publication. We publish poetry, fiction, flash fiction, and creative non-fiction, inviting all unpublished literature written in the English language (and translations that are accompanied by the original text) as well as many forms of visual art. The call for submissions will end on May 31.
We call ourselves an “alternative” magazine; that is to say: our purpose is to promote work that is thought-provoking and unconventional. We want the controversial and the radical, the unhinged and the bizarre; we want the obsessive, the compulsive, the pervasive, the combative, and the seductive. We believe that every work of quality art has a home where it belongs, and for the “alternative”, The Matador Review is a home.
Check out our submissions page for more information: www.matadorreview.com/submissions
You can take a look at our Spring 2017 publication here: www.matadorreview.com/spring-2017
Submit to: editors(at)matadorreview.com
Questions, concerns? Email contact(at)matadorreview.com
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Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/matadorreview
The Stardust Gazette
Submit journalism, music, art, poetry, or prose to The Stardust Gazette, or join our staff (readers and managerial crew needed)! See the “Submit” and “Join Us” tabs. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sun Magazine
We publish essays, interviews, fiction, and poetry. We tend to favor personal writing, but we’re also looking for provocative pieces on political and cultural issues. And we’re open to just about anything. Surprise us; we often don’t know what we’ll like until we read it.
We pay from $300 to $2,500 for nonfiction, from $300 to $1,500 for fiction, from $100 to $250 for poetry, and from $1,000 to $2,000 for interviews. We also give contributors a complimentary one-year subscription to The Sun. We purchase one-time rights. All other rights revert to the author upon publication.
For more details, visit: The Sun Magazine