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About: subTerrain magazine is accepting submissions for a Special Sci-Fi Issue call A House Made of Dawn.
Submissions: Essays (7,000 words max), fiction (5,000) and poetry (100 lines) on the theme of “visions of the cultural ramifications of current and future trends in digital technologies.”
Pay: Four “feature pieces” will receive $750 each. Other works will receive subTerrain’s regular rate: prose $50/pg and $50 per poem.
Deadline: December 16, 2019
About: Tint showcases the original work of writers for whom English is a second or non-native language.
Submissions: Creative fiction, non-fiction, art and accompanying photos are accepted.
Deadline: December 12, 2019
About: Seeking poems for an anthology to address the planetary crisis.
Pay: Copy of anthology.
Submissions: One to three original, unpublished poems. Poems that bear witness to our changing climate and humankind’s part in causing the change. Poems that show our consumer mindset, our industries, street protests, politics, and science. Poems that sound the alarm of species and habitat loss, new weather extremes, our response and lack of response; how ecological ideals collide with the challenge of changing habits and how we live. Poems of grief or fury, despair or hope. Poems that imagine better ways to live and how we might yet save our Earth.
Deadline: December 31, 2019
About: Talking Soup is on the lookout for non-fiction writing about real life. But what does that mean? “We’ve had journalists in Kabul to dockers from Copenhagen and everything in between. Hate your job? Write it and send it. Modern life’s absurdities staring you down? Get it written.”
Submissions: Non-fiction (ideally written in the first person) that employs elements of narrative storytelling or personal essays. Submissions should be no longer than 2,000 words. Original photographs and artwork submitted with your story is accepted. No poetry, fiction or hard news.
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— Baby Teeth Journal (@BabyTeethArts) October 8, 2019
Submissions are now OPEN for our Winter 2020 issue! Send us your work by Nov. 22, 2019. For complete guidelines and information, visit our website: https://t.co/KWqByfTbZE. #litmag #publishing #poetry #fiction #nonfiction #art #artists #writers #submissions #callforsubmissions pic.twitter.com/kOQ7Gz2RR1
— Remington Review (@Remingtonlitmag) October 14, 2019
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We want to spread some love (and good writing) to our friends at @carvecommunity for their Prose & Poetry Contest! This year’s judges are Lydia Kiesling (fiction), Analicia Sotelo (poetry), and Benjamin Busch (nonfiction). We love the inclusive space @carvecommunity is holding in the lit world. One month left to submit! 📝 . . . #callforsubmissions #poetryandprose #literarycommunity #carvemagazine
SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN! Deadline: December 12. Writers, show us your tint — fiction, poetry, essays, reviews, profiles, interviews, visual art and more! Check out our submission guidelines at https://t.co/Sq9KhBgaWN #callforsubmissions #amwriting #esl #worldlit pic.twitter.com/pjPGvmE2oo
— Tint Journal (@tintjournal) October 14, 2019
ICYMI our submissions window for Flash Fiction February 2020 is now open. Word count 200-750w. Deadline Dec 31 2019. See our guidelines here https://t.co/akYuFcaSO4 #flashfictionfebruary #flashfiction #callforsubmissions pic.twitter.com/duknrNCN1C
— Fictive Dream (@FictiveDream) October 15, 2019