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This article sponsored by:
The Southern Review
Seeks to publish the very best
new fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and literary essays by established and
emerging writers. All manuscripts are given full consideration. Familiarize
yourself first with The Southern
Review before you submit.
Only previously unpublished work
will be considered. Please read the
Submissions read from September
1 through June 1. All manuscripts submitted during the summer months
will be recycled. Study the market and write over the summer. Hone you work.
Call For Submissions: It's All
in Her Head: Women Making peace with Troubled Minds
Planning a dynamic collection of
finely crafted, stigma-busting personal essays (no poetry, please) by women who
live gratifying, productive lives despite facing their own mental health
challenges. For more info:http://itsallinherhead.blog.com.
Open to manuscripts. Seeks short stories for their anthologies, academic books
in humanities and sciences, particularly
terrorism, encyclopedias and dictionaries, YA and children's books.
Each poetry submission is restricted to
1-5 poems and no more than 10 PAGES total per submission. Fiction
submissions are restricted to one short story between 2,000-5,000 words.
All entries must be typed. Writers may submit multiple times in one or
both genres, but each submission must include the required $15 (U. S.)
entry fee, payable by check or money order to The Broad River Review.
Previously published poems and short stories, including web
publications, are not allowed. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable
if our editors are notified immediately that the work has been accepted
Please send a cover letter with your
name, postal address, phone number, e-mail address, and the title(s) of
your work. Please do NOT include your name on your actual submission.
For those entering more than one submission, you may designate a gift
copy of The Broad River Review 2011. Please provide the name(s) and
address(es) for where you want the journal(s) mailed.
Winning manuscripts will appear in The
Broad River Review 2011, which will be published in late spring, and all
entrants will receive one copy of The Broad River Review 2011.
Manuscripts will not be returned.
Mark envelopes either "Poetry Contest" or "Fiction Contest" and include
The Rash Awards
c/o The Broad River Review
P.O. Box 7224
Boiling Springs, NC 28017
For full official contest rules, please visit
www.soappculture.com and click on Rash Awards
LACHANCE Publishing is
actively seeking stories for anthologies, and also book-length works.
Please study needs carefully before you submit. If you want to submit a
query or book proposal, please scroll to the bottom of this page.
Accepting queries and proposals for book-length projects in the categories of
non-fiction adult, young adult and juvenile health and fitness. Accept proposals
from professionals in the health/science fields. Prefers agented projects but
will consider projects of merit from qualified individuals without agent
Voices of Breast Cancer, Volume Two
Welcomes the finest contemporary
outdoor adventure writing from new and established writers, as well as seasonal
haiku and high-quality digital photography. This biannual online journal accepts
creative nonfiction, essays, and memoir that explore an aspect of personal
experience in the outdoors. For guidelines, see www.adventummagazine.com.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Submissions sought for fiction, poetry, plays, creative
nonfiction, photography, art, and genre-confused works of all
creative kinds: up to 10,000 words of prose or up to 3 poems or visual works. We
are especially excited about experimental fiction, magical
realism, and bilingual works. Simultaneous and electronic submissions are
acceptable and we currently pay $5 per page. Guidelines are
Fiction - submit stories of up to
Poetry - submit up to 6 poems
"fact" - submit up to 1500 words
Send submissions to
A submission may be sent in the body of an e-mail and/or as an
attachment in any common file format such as doc or rtf. Mac users, please be
sure that your doc files are readable by PCs. No docx files, ever. And please,
only one story per submission. Poets, we require your poems to be in the e-mail,
or together as a single attachment. Simultaneous submissions OK with
notification. If you don't hear from us within a month, let us know.
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For specific details, go to
www.thecoachellareview.com and click “Submit.” Accepting fiction,
nonfiction, poetry, and short film submissions on a rolling basis.
diode Poetry Journal
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submissions of poetry, and we are now also considering poetry book reviews.
Poetry submissions should include 3-6 poems, and reviews should be from
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