WB Yeats Society of NY. Yeats Poetry Prize. Poetry. Entry Fee. [literary site] 2/15
Stanford Libraries. William Saroyan International Prize for Writing. Fiction, Nonfiction. Entry Fee. [published book] 1/31 [*biennial - even-numbered years*]
Poetry Society of Virginia. Annual Contests. Poetry. Entry Fee. [literary site] 1/19
Oxford American. Jeff Baskin Writers Fellowship. Nonfiction. Application Fee. [mag][residency] 4/8
Open Minds Quarterly. BrainStorm Poetry Contest. Entry Fee. [mag] 3/8
Institute for Leadership & Strategic Studies Symposium. Science Fiction Story Contest. Fiction. No Fee. [event] 8/15
Hoxie Gorge Review is a new online literary journal, committed to publishing innovative poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by both emerging and established contemporary writers. We seek poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction for our first issue. We seek work that compels us, that challenges us, that breaks us open. Send us your best. No fee to submit. For more information, visit hoxiegorgereview.com. To submit, visit hoxiegorgereview.submittable.com/submit. Simultaneous submissions accepted. Deadline October 15.
SUBMISSIONS CALL/ISSUE 4/JULY 16-SEPT 16/PUBLISHES OCT 1
Oh drat! The possibly famous, definitely infamous dude quintet is back! Yes, the boyz are once again itchin’ for your fiction and nonfiction (even plays) for the soon to be notorious Issue 4. QUALITY junk that blows the gasket, leaves the competition in the casket! We take pretty much anything (but not everything) and if we like what you submit we’ll be all over you; if we don’t, we’ll print it, shred it and compost it. See fleasonthedog.com for guidelines. PS: If your mother likes your writing we probably won’t.
Dirty Paws Poetry Review is seeking poetry for its fourth issue! As always, we're a space for women, LGBTQ+, and POC. We look forward to reading your work! dirtypawspoetry.com
Glintmoon is a literary journal dedicated to publishing diverse, innovative poetry of ten lines or fewer. We are a diversity-oriented publication and encourage submissions from underrepresented voices. In particular, we're looking for work that considers race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, identity, and disability in original and meaningful ways. Give us fervent, unorthodox poetry that stretches and reimagines what the short form is and what it can do. Currently reading for our August 2019 issue. No submissions fees. We pay $5 per poem. For our complete submissions guidelines, visit glintmoon.com/submissions/.