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#Ranger Magazine Seeks Experimental Writing, Art, and Poetry

#Ranger Magazine is seeking all forms of experimental writing, art, photography, and poetry (i.e. anything completely undefinable and/or uncategorizable). We publish work no mainstream outfit will touch, and give voice to the weird, wacky, and self-indulgent. Please submit your work…

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table//FEAST Literary magazine seeks work for issue three!

table//FEAST Literary Magazine is seeking the following types of work for publication in issue three (which will be a limited print run): poetry, translations in poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art. We are a paying lit mag. We seek…

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Call for Submissions – great weather for MEDIA

great weather for MEDIA seeks poetry, flash fiction, short stories, dramatic monologues, creative nonfiction, and cross-genre for our annual print anthology. Our focus is on the unpredictable and experimental. Please visit our website for guidelines. We look forward to reading…

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Open Call for Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction, & Craft Essays

Allium, A Journal of Poetry & Prose publishes three issues each year: two online issues (Fall and Summer) and one print issue (Spring). Allium accepts simultaneous submissions, requests a maximum page length of five pages for poetry, fifteen pages (3,750…

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Doubly Mad Reading Period Open Now!

We are OPEN TO SUBMISSIONS! Send us your best poetry, fiction, and nonfiction! Check our website for submission details. Please send all work to our email address: [email protected]. We do not charge reading fees and try to respond within three months.…

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2024 William Saroyan International Prize for Writing

Submissions are now being accepted for the 11th Saroyan Prize. The awards, co-sponsored by Stanford Libraries and the William Saroyan Foundation, are intended to encourage new or emerging writers and honor the Saroyan legacy of originality, vitality, and stylistic innovation.…