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Call for Submissions: Who Killed Adelaide Norris?: A Born in Flames Fanzine

Fanfic, art, writing, critiques, outpourings of love, etc. are all welcome for a fanzine of the radical queer underground classic (full video above!). Deadline: July 1. More info at Sassyfrass Circus.

Call for Applications: ZLUC Travel Grant

Once more, zine librarians and their friends are raising money to fund a librarian of color’s participation in the Zine Librarians Unconference at Duke University, July 18-20. The application is here. You can also contribute to the fund via PayPal to Deadline June 6.

Call for Submissions: Love Where the Nights are Twice as Long

David Eso and Jeanette Lynes are looking for romantic correspondence of Canadian poets for an anthology to be published by Goose Lane. There are already submissions from 90 poets, but there’s room for more. Send inquiries and submissions to Deadline July 1.

Call for Submissions: bklyn boihood’s Outside the XY: Queer, Brown Masculinity. 

Attention masculine-of-center* + transmen of colour! bklyn boihood is putting together an anthology about what it means to be living, redefining and embodying masculinity outside of the restrictive paradigms of our society. All writing is welcome. Submit here.  Deadline is July 31, 2014

Call for Submissions: Regent Park Film Festival

Regent park is the oldest and largest public housing project in Canada and is home to many communities, paritcularly new immigrants andIndigenous peoples. Regent Park is currently undergoing a long-term revitalization, where mixed income housing is being introduced into the community. Currently submissions are being sought for the 12th Annual Regent Park Film Festival, November 19-22 in a number of categories. The submission deadline is June 13th. More information here.

Call for Submissions: In Your Pocket: Shame

RT Collective is seeking submissions for the third edition of In Your Pocket in time for Toronto’s WorldPride. For this edition, the curatorial motivation is questioning the notion of LGBT inclusivity and the exclusivity, the complexities of pride, and political apathy. These will screen June 23 at Videofag. Selected artists will be paid CARFAC fees for the screening. More information here.

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