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Here at CJ, we know that sometimes it can be a bellyache to advertise your brand of fiction, nonfiction, or poetry calls. If you wish to list a call for submissions below the process is easy and unbiased. Please send your call, advertisement, or wanted poster via firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll review it, and, if it is a call for writing, we will post it as quick as we can. There's no fee or rigorous step-by-step process. That said, it's on you to deliver a title for your publication or contest, a website, and a deadline to interested writers, as well as information on how to submit or where to find out. Please keep your call to 100 words or so.
Calls for Submissions & Writing Workshops:
Posted April 13, 2017
Cowboy Jamboree call for Fiction and Non
Current Call for Grit Lit: Rural and Revisionist Western Stories, Fiction or Non-: We need your best Harry Crews homage for our Fall 2017 issue "All We Need of Hell." Crews is one of our favorite authors, and we'll take any interpretation you have of grit lit that is "Crewsesque." We picked All We Need of Hell for the theme because we are at the 30th anniversary of its 1987 publication, but feel free to work in your favorite Crews stuff (Feast of Snakes is our favorite if we just had to pick). We'll have special articles, vintage pieces and Crews relevant interviews. Give us stories to put in this Celebration of The Knockout Artist that is Harry Crews. We dig short stories, creative non-fiction, flash fiction, vignettes/prose poetry, photography, and illustration. As always we like our stuff gritty and rough-edged in some way. See our website for past issues, submission guidelines, authors we dig, and style preferences: www.cowboyjamboreemagazine.com Deadline: 9/1/2017
Posted November 7, 2016:
The Woven Tale Press seeks poetry, short fiction, flash fiction
The Woven Tale Press, a fine arts and literary magazine, monthly exhibits the literary, artful, and innovative. The WTP mission is to grow Web traffic to noteworthy writers, photographers and artists, both emerging and established--contributors are credited with interactive URLs back to their sites. By growing this Web traffic, WTP also aspires to garner the interest of galleries and literary agents who may turn to its pages seeking new talents. Our monthly magazine has featured multiple Pushcart Prize nominees, poet laureates, and internationally acclaimed artists. Submission guidelines are at: http://www.thewoventalepress.net/how-to-submit/
Posted November 7, 2016:
The Art of Story w/ Tom Jenks
Enrollment is limited to twelve participants. (Acceptance into the class will be based on evaluation of a submitted manuscript.)
CLASS DATES: In San Francisco: January 19 – 22, 2017; February 2 – 5, 2017; May 4 – 7, 2017
APPLICATION DEADLINES: For January: FILLED. Waiting list only; For February: November 11, 2016; For May: December 9, 2016.
To apply or receive more information: email@example.com
Writers edited and published by Tom Jenks include: Rick Bass, Richard Bausch, Ann BeattieT. Coraghessen Boyle, Janet Burroway, Robert Olen Butler, Michael Chabon, Frank Conroy, Don DeLillo, E. L. Doctorow, Andre Dubus, Stuart Dybek, Jennifer Egan, Gail Godwin, Donald Hall, Ron Hansen, Charles Johnson, Min Jin Lee, Bernard Malamud, Anthony Marra, Peter Matthiessen, Jill McCorkle, Arthur Miller, Susan Minot, Lorrie Moore, Alice Munro, Maud Newton,Joyce Carol Oates, Jayne Anne Phillips, Annie Proulx, Kirstin Valdez Quade, Philip Roth, James Salter, Scott Spencer, Robert Stone, John Updike, Katherine Vaz, Kurt Vonnegut, John Edgar Wideman, Tom Wolfe, Tobias Wolff, Richard Yates
Posted Oct 28, 2016
Cowboy Jamboree Magazine: Current Call for Rural and Western Stories, Fiction or Non-: For our Spring 2017 issue our theme will be “The Family Strain.” “Strain” is one of our favorite words. It means to pull and push to the excess of strength, to overwhelm. A-course, the cowboy in us knows that strain may refer to the breed or stock or variety of animal or plant. Ain’t it the perfect word then to describe family: it’s our breed, our stock, our variety. At the same time, family has the power to push and pull and overwhelm. We invite rural and western stories that hit on this theme in some way. We dig short stories, creative non-fiction, flash fiction or vignettes, photography, and illustration. As always we like our stuff gritty and rough-edged in some way. See our website for submission guidelines and style preferences: www.cowboyjamboreemagazine.com Deadline: 3/15/2017
Posted May 1, 2016
Into The Void Magazine is accepting fiction, non-fiction and poetry
Into The Void Magazine is accepting fiction, non-fiction and poetry for Issue One. We accept all genres and styles. We want writing that grabs and enthrals and refuses to let go. We prize heartfelt and genuine writing above perfect grammar and technique. Previously unpublished writers stand as good a chance of being accepted for publication as established ones--it's all about the writing. The deadline for submissions is June 25th. We pay writers. See our website for details: https://intothevoidmagazine.com/submissions/
Posted April 18,2016
Verbolatry Laugh-a-Riot Contest 2016
Send us your funnies about writing, and win £100!
Entries are now being accepted for the Verbolatry Laugh-a-Riot
Contest. Humorous essays and cartoons about writing/publishing.
Deadline 31 August 2016. Two categories, free and paid, with cash
prizes and publication. Results announced October 2016. Sponsored by
Anam Cara Writer's and Artist's Retreat. Details at
Posted April 14, 2016
Cowboy Jamboree call for Fiction and Non
If your rural or western work is drownin' in its own sweat, it'd be perfect for the Fall 2016 Issue of Cowboy Jamboree, "With Alacrity!" We want stories, fiction or non, that get at it with a sense of urgency for this issue. Storm comin'? Fence down? Calf dyin'? Gun drawn? Whatever sense of urgency your rural or western story carries, we'd be interested in takin' a poke at it for our Fall issue. As always, we prefer writing with some rough edges and guts. Swearin' and killin' don't offend us. We nominate for Pushcart and Best of the Net. Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org in .doc, .docx, or .rtf formatting with 12 point font. We take flash fiction, short stories, creative nonfiction, artwork, photography, and vignettes.
Deadline: August 1, 2016
Posted February 3, 2016
PromZine Call for Submissions
Did you go to PROM? Skip PROM? Love PROM? Hate PROM? Have an awesome prom? Have your shitty high school experience mirrored at prom? We want all the details, down to the crimped hair fiascos. PromZine is accepting short-stories, non-fiction, visual art, and poetry submissions. Submit as much poetry as you want; keep story and non-fiction submissions to 500 words or less. Early deadline is March 6, hard deadline is March 16, 2016. Email submissions to PromZine16@gmail.com. For more information or to ask questions visit PromZine16.tumblr.com.