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1. Paying journal seeks exquisite writing

FreeFall Magazine (Canada) seeks poetry, fiction, non-Fiction, creative non-fiction, and flash fiction for the Winter issue. Deadline: August 31, 2012. Payment: up to $100.

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2. UK poetry journal seeks submissions.

Poetry magazine Turbulence (UK) is reading for issue #10. Send up to 6 poems (30 lines max.) and a brief, third person biographical note (less than 50 words) to turbulencemagazine@gmail.com. Open to international writers.

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3. Online arts magazine seeks 'far-out' writing

The Broken City (Toronto), an online literature/arts magazine, is accepting submissions for its summer 2012 edition: The Future. This issue tackles science fiction via poetry, short stories, essays, comics, illustrations and photography. Deadline: June 1, 2012.

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4. Seeking writing on the experiences of 'home'

re:moved (Canada) is an interactive visual narrative project seeking non-fiction, fiction, or poetry focusing on individual experiences of home and nostalgia. Examining unique perspectives on homes that have been 'lost' (whether through relocation, demolition, or (re)construction), this project aims to collect and display diverse stories. Deadline: April 1, 2012.

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5. Political fiction wanted for anthology

Editor Sandra McIntyre with Roseway Publishing (Nova Scotia & Manitoba) is seeking short story submissions for an upcoming anthology of political fiction. Length: 4000 words max. Short graphic fiction is welcome. Payment: $100. Deadline: June 1, 2012.

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6. Canadian publisher seeks literary fiction

Emmerson Street Press (Canada) seeks manuscripts from writers 'who are proud to be a part of the centuries old literary tradition.' Also seeking academics interested in writing an introduction (up to 1000 words) to a reprint classic. Deadline: May 31, 2012.

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7. Glaswegian quarterly e-journal seeks fiction

Spilling Ink, a publication of the University of Glasgow (UK), is accepting submissions for its next issue. Welcomes fiction (3000 words max) and flash fiction (1000 words max). Deadline: November 15, 2011.

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8. Online magazine seeks writing on 'Calamity'

InkTank Magazine (Canada) is accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, and essays/articles for their December issue. Theme: Calamity. Deadline: November 30, 2011.

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9. £1000 prize for short fiction contest

Entries are being accepted for the 2011 Bristol Short Story Prize (UK). Length: 3000 words max. First prize: £1000. Anthology publication for top 20 shortlist. Entry fee: £7. Deadline: March 31, 2012.

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10. Unique opportunity pairs words with art prints

Papirmasse (Canada) is on the hunt for artists and writers to include in their 2012 print run. Papirmasse produces 12 prints a year with art on the front and writing on the back. International distribution. Compensation: a folio at year-end containing all the printed works from the year ($80 value).

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11. University magazine seeks submissions

Carleton University's Literary Magazine in/words seeks poetry (up to 5 pieces) and fiction (up to 2000 words) submissions for its upcoming Winter 2012 issue. Selected pieces may be read on Ottawa community radio.

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12. Online magazine seeks writing on 'waste'

InkTank Magazine (Canada) is accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, and essays/articles for their next issue. Theme: Waste. Deadline: December 31, 2011.

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13. Wanted: Writing from Canadian teens

Unleash Your Creativity (Canada) is looking for poetry and fiction submissions from Canadian teens for an online anthology. Fiction: 1500 words max. Poetry: 200 lines max. Deadline: April 2, 2012. No theme and no payment. Profits from sale of e-book given to Kids Help Phone.

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14. Canadian publisher seeks literary fiction

Emmerson Street Press (Canada) seeks manuscripts from writers 'who are proud to be a part of the centuries old literary tradition.' Also seeking academics interested in writing an introduction (up to 1000 words) to a reprint classic.

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15. Hong Kong journal seeks submissions

Cha: An Asian Literary Journal seeks submissions for its February 2012 issue. Please send in (preferably Asian-themed) poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, reviews, photography & art for consideration. Deadline: December 15, 2011.

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16. Arts quarterly seeks reviews and essays

Gnome Magazine is an art and culture quarterly that was started by a group of visual artists in the northeast U.S. Seeks current exhibition reviews and contemporary art essays. Pays $30 for reviews and per-word for essays. Guidelines

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17. Anthology on sleep seeks submissions

Red Claw Press (Canada) seeks submissions for an anthology on sleep -- in all its meanings/associations. Welcomes all art forms, written and visual, colour & B/W, e.g. poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, comic/graphic, photography, jewellery etc. Payment: one copy. Deadline: February 1, 2012.

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18. Journal seeks socially engaged writing

Ryga (Canada) seeks drama, poetry, and prose for its next issue. Prefer strong writing that is 'socially engaged without being didactic' and that honours the legacy of George Ryga. Pays $100 for serial and online rights.

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19. New print journal wants 'love, lust, and longing'

The Poetic Pinup Revue (US) is seeking poetry and flash fiction on the theme of "Love, Lust & Longing" for their first print issue (February 2012). Deadline: January 10, 2012. Payment: contributor copy.

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20. Publication seeks short submissions

Print and online publication Kindling (US) is accepting submissions for their second issue. Stories: 250 words max; Poetry: 33 lines max.

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21. 'Fiercely independent' journal opens contest

Briarpatch Magazine (Canada) welcome entries short fiction and creative non-fiction (memoir, personal essay, literary journalism) for their first creative writing contest. Length: 2500 words max. Deadline December 1, 2011. Entry fee: $25/$40 (includes subscription). $600 in cash prizes.

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22. New e-publisher seeks manuscripts

Wolf on Water (Canada) is a new e-publisher looking for the "underbelly" of the literary world. Seeking the "unique, outrageous, experimental, and creative."

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23. Seeking writing about GLBT Interracial Relationships

Abstracts are wanted for a book project titled "Black IS an Emotion: Essays on the de-racialization of Queers of Color by their White Lovers." (US) Edited by Monalesia Earle and Russell Campbell (final submissions due when abstracts and subsequent proposal is accepted by a publisher). Length: 850 words. Deadline: December 15, 2011. Send to soho2paris@gmail.com

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24. Seeking work from dyslexic writers

RASP books (UK) is now open for submission from writers who are dyslexic. Work can be of any genre, 3000 words max. Themes: disobedience and/or subversion. "More interested in dyslexic creativity than the ability to conform to external ‘standards.’"

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25. Speculative fiction contest with $350 prize

Entries are invited for the Friends of the Merril Short Story Contest. First prize: $350 (CDN). Spec Fic (SF/F/H, Magic Realism, etc.) short fiction only (max. 2500 words). Deadline: February 15, 2012. International entries welcomed. Entry fee: $5.

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