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  • Posted April 11, 2019
  • Tolsun Books is Open for Manuscript Submissions

  • Deadline info Deadline: May 31, 2019
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Cross-genre, Drama, Comics, Translations
  • Type Book

Tolsun Books is looking for energetic, full-length manuscripts from diverse authors for our 2020 catalog. We accept anything made from parts: poetry, short stories, flash memoir, hybrids, comics-poetry, photo-essays, micro-plays, and things we've never seen before. We do not accept novels or genre works, and we are not accepting chapbooks, at this time. Submissions are $10. In order to serve the widest community of writers, we will be offering free submissions on the 15th of each month. tolsunbooks.com

  • Posted April 10, 2019
  • Random Sample Review Seeks Writing and Art Submissions

  • Deadline info Deadline: June 10, 2019
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Cross-genre, Comics
  • Type Magazine

Random Sample Review, an online literary and arts journal, is accepting submissions for its Summer 2019 issue. We accept poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, and hybrids. Keep in mind that we are currently short on work written by POC, women, LBTQ folks, and people with disabilities and are particularly interested in seeing work from these communities. For everyone else, please do not let this deter you from submitting. We want your work, too! To be considered for our Summer issue, please submit by June 10th. All other submissions will be considered for our Winter 2020 issue. You can find our submission guidelines here: randomsamplereview.com/submit/.

  • Posted April 08, 2019
  • Call for Submissions: Storm Cellar

  • Deadline info Deadline: Rolling
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Cross-genre, Comics, Reviews, Translations
  • Type Magazine

Storm Cellar, a journal of safety and danger, seeks amazing writing and images. We encourage authors who happen to be women, POC, indigenous, lgbq+, of trans experience, neuroatypical, poor, border-straddling, disabled, or otherwise under-represented. Bonus points if you or your work is connected, in some way, to the Midwest. Send your photo filters, whirligigs, magic words, and adventures: surprise us! Full guidelines and FAQ at stormcellarquarterly.com/submit. Submission manager at stormcellar.submittable.com.

  • Posted April 04, 2019
  • Online Literary Journal Seeks Brave, Honest Work

  • Deadline info Submissions accepted year-round.
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Cross-genre, Drama, Screenplay, Reviews, Interviews, Translations
  • Type Magazine

Trampset, an online literary journal of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, is seeking and accepting new submissions on a rolling basis. We want your best brain, your beating heart, your fears and reconciliations. Send that good human stuff our way. We nominate for Best of the Net and Best Small Fictions. We have a $3 fee for most submissions but also a free option for economically disadvantaged writers, as well as a quick response option. Visit our submissions page for more information: trampset.org/submissions-6e83932b0985.

  • Posted April 04, 2019
  • Otis Nebula Seeks Work By Gen X Writers

  • Deadline info Deadline: May 1, 2019
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Cross-genre, Drama, Comics, Reviews, Interviews, Translations, Audio, Video
  • Type Magazine

Gen Xers, the last humans to have come of age in pre-digital times, possess a peculiarly essential, even radical perspective. Not only have they managed to avoid the aggressive aspirational tendencies that drive Boomers and Millennials but, as writers, they understand that the freedom to explore and express points-of-view other than those into which they were born is at the core of art in general and literature specifically. For these and other reasons, we’re turning ON into a safe-space specifically for them. Visit our Contribute page to learn more. www.otisnebula.com/otisnebula/contribute.html

  • Posted April 04, 2019
  • Driftwood Press: Now Paying Contributors (One Week Response Available)

  • Deadline info Submissions accepted year-round.
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Cross-genre, Interviews
  • Type Magazine

John Updike once said, "Creativity is merely a plus name for regular activity. Any activity becomes creative when the doer cares about doing it right, or better." At Driftwood Press, we are actively searching for artists who care about doing it right, or better. We are excited to receive your submissions and will diligently work to bring you the best in craft essays, short fiction, poetry, graphic narrative, photography, art, and interviews. We also offer our submitters a premium option to receive an acceptance or rejection letter within one week of submission; many authors are offered editorships and interviews. www.driftwoodpress.net

  • Posted April 03, 2019
  • Meat for Tea: The Valley Review Call for Submissions

  • Deadline info See website for next reading period.
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Cross-genre, Drama, Comics, Reviews, Interviews, Translations
  • Type Magazine

Submit your best poetry, prose, cartoons, visual art, and recipes to award-winning arts & literary journal, Meat for Tea: The Valley Review, an independent, non-academic affiliated arts & literary journal. www.meatfortea.com

  • Posted April 02, 2019
  • Phantom Drift is Now Accepting Strange and Fantastic Submissions!

  • Deadline info Deadline: April 30, 2019
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Cross-genre, Reviews, Translations
  • Type Magazine

Phantom Drift strives to feature writing and art that shatters boundaries and is unafraid to shift shape. Please do peruse our guidelines, visit our submittable page, and submit work that takes us to a milieu where anything can happen. We're accepting work right now through the close of April. www.phantomdrift.org

  • Posted April 01, 2019
  • Geek Out!: Queer Pop Lit, Art & Ideas II

  • Deadline info Deadline: April 30, 2019
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Cross-genre, Drama, Screenplay, Comics, Reviews, Interviews
  • Type Anthology

Seeking LGBTQ+ genre fiction (scifi/fantasy, horror, historical-fic, romance, etc.), experimental/non-traditional poetry, non-memoir creative nonfiction (essays, articles, interviews, profiles, reviews, humor, etc.) and visual art for the second volume of Geek Out!: Queer Pop Lit, Art & Ideas. Comics/graphic shorts and scripts also welcome. No erotica or work for children. Loose word count: Up to 5,000 words for prose, 5 pages per poem, 10 pages per script. Pay: $5 per printed page in the finished book. Simultaneous & multiple submissions okay. No reprints. If mailing submissions, do not send your only copy. Submissions will not be returned. qommunicatepublishing.com/submissions/geek-out/

  • Posted April 01, 2019
  • Poetry Flash Literary Review & Calendar Welcomes Submissions

  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Photography, Cross-genre, Screenplay, Comics, Reviews, Interviews, Translations
  • Type Magazine

Poetry Flash: Literary Review & Calendar features book reviews, interviews, essays, poems, translations, calls for submissions, and a literary event calendar for California. The March issue features reviews of Brenda Hillman, Ann Fisher-Wirth, Gary Soto, interviews with Martín Espada, Maurya Simon, poems by Maya Khosla and Sally Ashton. Founded in 1972, Poetry Flash has been online since 2010. Submissions of interviews, book reviews, and poems are welcome. Poetry Flash presents a lively reading series at Moe’s Books, Berkeley, and East Bay Booksellers, Oakland, the Watershed Environmental Poetry Festival, Berkeley, and Northern California Book Awards, San Francisco. Poetryflash.org. Send to .

  • Posted April 01, 2019
  • Qommunicate Publishing Seeks LGBTQ+ Work for Multiple Anthologies

  • Deadline info Deadline: Rolling
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Cross-genre, Drama, Screenplay, Comics, Reviews, Interviews
  • Type Anthology

Qommunicate Publishing, queer publisher, seeks short work for multiple anthologies releasing throughout the year. Current calls include: Hashtag Queer: LGBTQ+ Creative Anthology, Volume 3, two LGBTQ+ True Stories Anthology series’, Geek Out!: Queer Pop Lit, Art & Ideas and Funny Queer: LGBTQ+ Humor. No reprints. Simultaneous/multiple submissions ok. All contributors paid. Check qommunicatepublishing.com/submissions for the latest details. Sign up to be notified of new calls and updates. All titles available at qommunicatepublishing.com, Amazon, and wherever books are sold. Let your local booksellers know they can order them from Ingram.

  • Posted March 28, 2019
  • Split Rock Review Seeks Submissions for Issue 13

  • Deadline info Deadline: May 31, 2019
  • Genre Nonfiction, Poetry, Art, Photography, Cross-genre, Comics, Reviews, Interviews, Audio
  • Type Magazine

Split Rock Review, an online biannual journal, provides a venue for writers and artists of any background, in any stage of their careers, to showcase their best work. We are seeking poetry, short creative nonfiction (1,000 words or less), graphic narratives, comics, artwork, and photography for Issue 13 (Fall 2019). We prefer work that explores place, environment, and the intersection of nature and culture. Please read our back issues to get a better idea of the work we publish. Simultaneous submissions are welcome. For more information and guidelines, please visit: www.splitrockreview.org.

  • Posted March 20, 2019
  • Southern Humanities Review Open Call for Submissions of Prose

  • Deadline info Deadline: May 1, 2019
  • Genre Fiction, Nonfiction, Cross-genre, Reviews
  • Type Magazine

Quarterly literary magazine Southern Humanities Review is open to submissions of fiction, nonfiction, and book review pitches until May 1, 2019. When SHR first began, our founding editors called for work which was “thoughtfully conceived to enrich the mind and stir the heart.” More than fifty years later, this call remains relevant. While we are located in the American South, we are interested in work from all human communities and variety of perspectives, geographic and otherwise. We are also interested in writers in various stages of their careers, and especially in work from historically underrepresented voices. Please submit through our website: www.southernhumanitiesreview.com.

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