AYRIS literary and arts journal are looking for POETRY, PROSE, ARTWORK:
From April 1 to May 1, Ayris Online is accepting works that deal in new people, places, and paradigms for our September feature. All things new and dying welcome, no matter the medium. Please limit poetry to three (3) pieces per submission, visual art to two. 1000 word limit for prose.
Writing Knights Press.
"We all search for a way to find new facets of ourselves to somehow replace something we don't like. We want to change, show how you've made that effort!"
Poetry Now Awards 2013: Call for Submissions deadline 10th April For both awards.
The Irish Times Poetry Now Award is presented annually to the author of the best collection of poems in English published by an Irish poet in the previous year. Previous winners include Michael Longley, Seamus Heaney, Derek Mahon and Sinéad Morrissey. The award will be presented at Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival on Saturday 7 of September.
The Strong Shine Award is presented annually to the author of the best first collection of poems published by an Irish poet in the previous year. Previous winners of the Award include Nerys Williams, Dave Lordan, Peadar Ó hUallaigh and Grace Wells. The Award will be presented at Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival on Sunday 8 of September at a reading by the four shortlisted nominees.
The deadline of entry for both awards is 10 April at 12 noon. No late entries will be accepted.
Adjudicators: Anne-Marie Fyfe (Open); Imtiaz Dharker (Short); Kevin Bailey (Formal)
SkyPen is the new community forum of Blackstaff Press, developed with the goal of motivating writing across the island of Ireland (North, South, East and West) and to provide a central hub for groups of like minded people to create, discuss and enjoy books and literature. You do not need to be a writer to use the forum so feel free to simply read and enjoy the browsing experience or take part in whatever discussions interest you. Take a look at their site here: http://www.skypen.co.uk/about-us/
Please note that SkyPen is not a formal submissions forum for Blackstaff Press. If you would like more information on making a formal submission, Stuart has created a blog post with information on submitting work to a publisher and you can also find information on the Blackstaff Press website here: http://www.blackstaffpress.com/Default.aspx?ResourcePath=Submissions
Sundog Lit seeks to publish active, vibrant, earth-scorching literature.
We want literary fiction, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and hybrid stuff (we love hybrid stuff). Check out the first issue. See what we like. http://sundoglit.com/submissions/
Thumbnail Magazine commission fiction and reviews
but also accept, on a rolling basis,
unsolicited Art/Craft Essays (on very short fiction);
One of the most up-to-date literary magazines around:
Accepting Poetry, Flash Fiction, Reviews, Artwork,
and Spoken Word.
Poetry Bus. Captained by Peadar O'Donoghue.
Deadline is April - but check the fb group page for more details:
We are now open to submissions for Issue one: ‘Bones’ until April 30th.
Please read our guidelines carefully before submitting any work to us.
All submissions to be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our angle with ‘Bones’ is really down to your interpretation.
Read our ‘About’ and ‘Submit’ sections to get an idea of what we’re looking for.
'Poetica publish original-unpublished works by Jewish and non-Jewish writers alike. [They] are interested in works that have the courage to acknowledge, challenge, and celebrate modern Jewish life, beyond distinctions of secular and sacred.
Please submit 1-3 poems/prose to the poetry editor, Michal Mahgerefteh.
Please submit one (1) short story (1500) to the short story editor, Joanne Jagoda.
EMERALD COAST REVIEW
Pensacola's own Emerald Coast Review -
literary journal published by WFLF.
Deadline is May 1 for your
short stories, poetry, art work, photos.
Go to www.wflf.org for submission guidelines