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1. Call for Submissions: The Quotable

The Quotable, the quarterly publication of quotable writers, is open for Submissions July 1-Sept 1 2014

Issue: 15, Theme: Desire

"Behind all art is an element of desire..." -Adrienne Rich

Submissions open July 1, 2014 – September 1, 2104

General Guidelines:

We seek:

flash fiction (under 1,000 words) - 1 submission per reading period
short fiction (under 3,000 words) - 1 submission per reading period
creative nonfiction (under 3,000 words) - 1 submission per reading period
poetry - 3 submissions per reading period
We are temporarily closed for art submissions
We accept only original unpublished work. We do accept simultaneous submissions, but ask that you notify us immediately should your work be accepted elsewhere.

Please submit only DOUBLE SPACED (except poetry) documents using 12 pt. Times New Roman (or similarly readable font).

To ensure fairness, The Quotable has a blind submissions process. Remove all identifying information - name, email address, etc. - from your manuscripts. We will decline any manuscript that contains the author's information.

Cover letters should include your name and a brief bio to be used in the event of publication.

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2. Call for Submissions from Southwestern Writers: 300 Days of Sun

Online submission deadline: September 1, 2014

300 Days of Sun, a student-run print literary journal, is seeking prose, poetry, and nonfiction submissions from Southwestern authors. All topics are open, but we will give some preference to writing about the Las Vegas area.


To submit, use our online Submittable form.

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3. Call for Submissions: cahoodaloodaling: The Animal Becomes Us

The Animal Becomes Us

Email submission deadline: September 30, 2014

Issue #14 of cahoodaloodaling—The Animal Becomes Us—is open for submissions. We’re leaving this wide open to interpretation. Consider this your open invitation to send anything from light verse about your animal companion to speculative were-animal stories. 


Submissions due 9/30/14. Guest editor TBA. Issue live 10/31/14. See more information on submitting and read past issues here.

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4. Poetry Translation Prize and Prose Competition: Gulf Coast

Gulf Coast Prize in Translation

To celebrate translation and translators, Gulf Coast has created a new translation prize and we're pleased as punch about it! In 2014, the inaugural Gulf Coast Prize in Translation is open to poetry and will be judged by Jen Hofer, a Los Angeles-based poet, translator, social justice interpreter, teacher, urban cyclist, and co-founder with John Pluecker of the language justice and literary activism collaborative Antena. The winner of the prize will receive $1,000 and publication in the journal. To share the love, two honorable mentions will also appear in issue 27.2, due out in April 2015. Pretty fierce way to start a translation prize, non? Share this good news with your translator friends and colleagues!

2014 Barthelme Prize

Think good things come in small packages? So do we! Gulf Coast is now accepting entries for the 2014 Barthelme Prize for Short Prose, judged by Amy Hempel. This annual contest is open to pieces of prose poetry, flash fiction, and micro-essays of 500 words or fewer. Established in 2008, the contest awards its winner $1,000 and publication in the journal. Two honorable mentions will also appear in issue 27.2, due out in April 2015. So dust off those keyboards, sharpen those pencils, put in a new typewriter ribbon, and write something fabulous in its brevity.




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5. Call for Submissions: The Boiler

Online submission deadline: August 15, 2014

The Boiler is accepting submissions in poetry, short stories, and short memoir/essays (prose under 3,500 words) for its Fall 2014 issue. Submissions close Aug. 15, 2014. We look forward to reading your work. For submission guidelines visit our website.

About The Boiler: The Boiler was started online in 2011 by a group of MFA students from Sarah Lawrence College. Now publishing quarterly. Recently published authors include: Rigoberto González, Tara Betts, Lisa Marie Basile, Kristen Keckler, Leah Griesmann, Tomaž Šalamun, and others.

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6. Call for Submissions: Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal

Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal is open to publishing previously unpublished poetry and fiction by new,emerging, and established authors. We are happy to embrace all experimental genres, but we are slightly more biased towards literature whose deepest emotions,when given the opportunity to inhabit with ours, creates a strange yet familiar sensation of déjà vu. Works where imagination and a strong imagery guide reality to examine the creative chaos beyond its straitjacket cliff.

There are no deadlines to meet, since we accept submissions throughout the year. The guidelines aren’t too complex, and therefore, we would request you to adhere to them in order to engage in a fruitful aesthetic interaction with the journal.

General Guidelines:

  • All the submissions must be sent to: hermeneuticchaosjournal[at]gmail[dot]com (Change [at] to @ and [dot] to . )
  • The subject line must mention the following- Poetry/Prose Submission-Name of the author.
  • Include a cover letter and a short, third-person bio which tells the readers about the writer.
  • We accept simultaneous submissions.However, we request you to inform us promptly in case your submissions find acceptance elsewhere.
  • We also accept multiple submissions. However, please submit your poetry and fiction as separate emails.
  • Poetry/Fiction previously published in a personal blog can also be submitted for consideration after a slight noticeable modification of the original. In such cases, please include the blog link along with the submission(s).
  • We may also sometimes reprint pieces which possess the power to establish a strong aesthetic and emotive bonding with the readers, but do acknowledge the place where it was first published so that we can include the same.
  • We do not accept erotic, political and polemical musings.

Specific instructions for each literary structure are provided below.

POETRY:
  • Poetry in both prose and verse are welcome.
  • Brevity should be the code of conduct. No long poems.
  • The poems should have a strong sensory appeal with an enthusiastic linguistic freedom. We want poems where words contemplate the interpretations of instincts and deeper strokes of human dilemma.
  • Please send no more than 5 poems attached as a word document.
  • Milton was one of the first poets to understand the beauty of blank verse while composing Paradise Lost. We want your creative outputs to experience the same liberation as well.

FICTION:
  • We look for works that describe the journey of the emotions, and not the incidents which engender it. The inspiration comes from Virginia Woolf,Sylvia Plath and Margaret Atwood.
  • Each fiction should not exceed 500 words.
  • Please send no more than 2 fiction pieces attached as a word document.
As writers ourselves, we understand the anxiety and anticipation that haunt the writers as soon as they submit their works for consideration to a journal, and hence, we do our best to respond to the submissions within 1-3 days. However, we ask you not to query until a week has passed. All rights revert to the author upon publication. If your work is reprinted elsewhere in future, we request you to acknowledge its first publication here. Please note that we are currently a non-paying market.

Please submit the responses at The Submission Grinder and Duotrope.
We look forward to reading your literary masterpieces.

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7. Call for Submissions: Tahoma Literary Review

Tahoma Literary Review - Deadline for submissions is May 31.

TLR is a quarterly journal of fiction and poetry that pays professional rates to contributors. The journal is published in both print and e-reader formats. The deadline for submissions to our first issue is May 31.

We are committed to producing a literary journal from the professional writer’s perspective; we believe that writers deserve compensation for the weeks or months it takes to compose a publishable poem or story. A major goal of Tahoma Literary Review is to show that writers and publishers can support each other not only artistically, but also financially.

TLR offers both professional payment and exposure to our contributors by using a substantial portion of our total income to support authors. To ensure transparency and fairness, we will publish an audited quarterly revenue statement to verify the funds received for the submission period. In return for their fees, submitters also get access to our secure Endnotes area, featuring interviews, craft articles, readings and more.

For guidelines, payment details, and editorial philosophy, please visit our website.

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8. Call for Submissions: Siren

Siren is an online zine looking for artists of all genres who create new, edgy, and experimental work. We want work that pushes boundaries, that surprises in terms of structure and content, that provokes a visceral response. We want to be shocked. We want to blush. We want art that is provocative, raw and beautiful. We want art with wings, teeth, claws.

We welcome submissions from artists of all genres. This includes, but is not limited to, poets and writers of all genres, audio/visual and graphic artists, video and film makers, dancers, performance and spoken word artists, musicians, installation and fine artists, and photographers.

The submission deadline for our summer issue is June 30, 2014. To submit, send an email to:

sirenwebzineATgmailDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )

with the type of submission and your last name in the subject line. Please include your contact information, a short bio, and your submission in the body of the email.

Our guidelines are as follows:

Poetry – 3 poems max. 
Prose – 1500 words max. 
Audio/Visual Media – 3 to 5 minutes max. 
Visual Art – 3 images max.

As an online zine, your work will be free to all who visit the site. You retain all rights to your work. For more details, please visit our website.

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9. Call for Submissions from Community College Students: Painted Cave

Painted Cave, a literary magazine is accepting submissions from community college students nationwide for its second issue November 2014. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.

Painted Cave is the online student-run, faculty-guided literary journal of Santa Barbara City College. We publish the work of community college student writers in fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction.Painted Cave reserves First North American Serial Rights. We accept simultaneous submissions, but please notify us immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere.

Paste your submission and a short bio listing your community college into the body of the email to:

paintedcavesubmissionsATgmailDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )

Include the genre of the submission, title(s) and your name in the subject line (Fiction, “Born Too Late,” Mary Mullins).

We accept the following genres:

Flash Fiction: 1-3 pieces, no more than 750 words each.
Fiction: 1 piece, no more than 5000 words.
Poetry: 3-5 poems, no more then 50 lines each.
Creative Nonfiction: 1 piece, no more than 5000 words.
Flash Creative Nonfiction: 1-3 pieces, no more than 750 words each.




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10. Call for Submissions about Monsters: Story Magazine


STORY #2: THE MONSTERS ISSUE

Deadline: July 15, 2014

The new Story magazine is seeking work for our upcoming issue dedicated to monsters---in whatever form they might come: physical or psychological, imaginary or real, inherited or invented.

Story is a biannual magazine about the human need for story. We’re looking for stories in whatever shape and form they come: fiction, poetry, computer code, graphic design, lyric essay, comic strip, grocery list, memoir, conceptual art, and so on.

We're looking for work that addresses the theme (depicts monsters), deconstructs the theme (unpacks monster ideologies), or even expands upon the theme (adds to the monster canon).

A traditional short story? Certainly. A poem-comic? Yes please. A zoology report on scorpions? We'd love to check it out. An essay about your Nazi-sympathizing father? Send it. A mathematical theorem? Why not. A political treatise? You bet.

The theme is meant to be broad. Story + monster. In whatever form.

We are looking for high quality work that transports, mesmerizes, disturbs. Authors are paid for original material.

Submit via Submittable.

Or by regular mail, with an SASE or email for response to:

Story
441 Country Club Road
York, PA 17403

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11. Call for Submissions: Prime Number Magazine

Submissions are now open!

Prime Number Magazine has just completed its 4th full year of publication! Every quarter we post short stories, essays, suites of poems, reviews, and interviews. In between, monthly, we post single poems, flash fiction, and flash nonfiction. And, annually, we publish a print edition with some of our favorites plus contest winners. 


Please submit! We want to see your work. Our editors are looking for work in all genres. 

See our most recent issue here. 

And check out the submission guidelines here.

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12. Short-short Fiction Competition: Crazyhorse

The Crazy-shorts! Contest
Online submission deadline: July 31, 2014

 
Submissions manager opens July 1!

From July 1st to July 31st, Crazyhorse will accept entries for our annual short-short fiction contest. Submit three short-shorts of up to 500 words each through our website.


1st place will win $1,000 and publication; 3 runners-up will be announced. All entries will be considered by our editors for publication, and the $15 entry fee includes a one-year subscription to Crazyhorse.

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13. Writing Competition: Blotterature

Blotterature Literary Magazine's 50 Words for $50 Contest

Submit a piece of fiction, creative nonfiction, or poem with no more than 50 words. Blotterature will judge all entries submitted in a given day and post one winner daily on our Facebook page. The author with the most likes, shares, and positive comments within 24 hours of the daily posting wins the $50 at the end of the month. Please follow the guidelines below.

Submit no more than 50 words of Fiction, CNF, or Poetry
Only one submission per month
No previously published work
You must “like” Blotterature’s Facebook page before we will consider your entry
Must have a PayPal account set up in order to collect $50 cash prize
Daily voting takes place at 9 PM (CST) every evening. If you submit after 9 PM, your submission will be considered for the next day.
Blotterature reserves the right to not accept any submissions for any given day.

Further submission information here.

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14. Call for Submissions: Prairie Wolf Press Review

The editors of Prairie Wolf Press Review, an online literary journal, announce our open reading period from July 1 to Sept. 1, for our 8th issue to be published late October 2014.

We are looking for short stories, flash fiction, essays, and poetry. All prose submissions to Prairie Wolf Press Review must be fewer than one thousand words. You may send up to three poems. Please send submissions in .doc or .docx format. In the subject area of your email, identify your submission as prose or poetry and include your name.

Please mail submissions to:

editorsATprairiewolfpressDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )

You may view our current issue and archives at our website.

We look forward to reading your work.
Marjorie Carlson Davis and j.d. Daniels, editors

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15. Call for Submissions: Barking Sycamores

Barking Sycamores is a literary journal publishing poetry, short fiction (1,000 words or less), and art by neurodivergent (autistic, ADHD, bipolar, dyslexic, etc.) writers. We seek poetry, short fiction, and art for our unthemed Issue 3, Fall/Winter 2014.

Works on nearly any subject will be considered, as well as essays on neurodivergence and the creation of literary works. Artwork submitted may be considered for use as cover art. The philosophy of our journal is unique, so we ask that interested writers consult our submission guidelines before sending any work to us.

Submission period: July 1 – September 15, 2014.

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16. Call for Submissions: Postcard Poems and Prose Magazine

Postcard Poems and Prose Magazine is now reading for June, July, and August. We are looking for 12 to 20 line poems and tight, gripping fiction under 200 words. Poetry should be accessible and language-rich. We prefer free verse and prose poems but have been known to publish poetry far outside of those broad categories. Prose should grab the reader immediately and hold them by the throat until the final sentence.

At Postcard Poems and Prose we use Submittable for all submissions.

Our home gallery is here.

Our submit page is here.

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17. Creative Nonfiction and Short Fiction Contests: Sonoran Review

Sonora Review 2014 Nonfiction Contest Submissions Now Open

Online submissions link

DEADLINE: May 15, 2014

JUDGE: Jenny Boully, author of The Body: An Essay and not merely because of the unknown that was stalking toward them.

WHAT WE WANT: Essays and nonfiction up to 6,000 words. Hybrid projects warmly welcomed. Submissions should be typed and double-spaced. Include a cover letter with a brief biography, your contact information and any other pertinent information about your submission. Simultaneous submissions are fine but please let us know as soon as possible if the work is accepted elsewhere; multiple submissions are also fine, although you will have to pay the contest fee again. Please remove your name or any other identifying marks from your manuscript before submitting.
 
HOW TO DO IT: Submit online or send an SASE to:

Mike Coakley and Laura Miller, Editors-in-Chief 
(c/o Nonfiction Editorial Board) Sonora Review
Dept. of English 
University of Arizona 
Tucson, AZ 85719.

WINNER RECEIVES: 1,000 dollar cash prize and publication, finalists will be considered for publication in Issue 66 of Sonora Review.


Sonora Review 2014 Short-Fiction Contest Submissions Now Open

Online submissions link

DEADLINE: June 1, 2014
 
JUDGE: Matt Bell, author of In the House Upon the Dirt Between the Lake and the Woods.

WHAT WE WANT: Your absolute best, most imaginative fiction up to 1,000 words. Submissions should be typed and double-spaced. Include a cover letter with a brief biography, your contact information and any other pertinent information about your submission. Simultaneous submissions are fine but please let us know as soon as possible if the work is accepted elsewhere; multiple submissions are also fine, although you will have to pay the contest fee again. Please remove your name or any other identifying marks from your manuscript before submitting.

HOW TO DO IT: Submit online or send an SASE to:

Mike Coakley and Laura Miller, Editors-in-Chief 
(c/o Fiction Editorial Board) Sonora Review
Dept. of English 
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85719

WINNER RECEIVES: 1,000 dollar cash prize and publication, finalists will be considered for publication in Issue 66 of Sonora Review.

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18. Call for Fiction and Flash Fiction: Reading Out Loud


Reading Out Loud wants to read your story... out loud.

Ideally, we’re looking for character-driven stories with a sense of place and a strong narrative voice. Remember that these are to be performed as fully produced, dramatized audio pieces, and the aforementioned characteristics make it a little easier for us to produce. However, don't let that stop you from sending us that weird, stream-of-consciousness piece you've got. We'd like to read that, too.
 
 
Guidelines: 
 
Flash Fiction submissions should be up to 1000 words.
Full length short fiction submissions should be 2000 to 4000 words in length.
Please send your work in .doc format to:
 
 submissionsATreadingoutloudDOTorg (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )
 
Indicate in the subject of your e-mail whether it is flash or full length.
Please include a brief bio in the body of your email.
Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but please let us know if your work is accepted elsewhere.
"Reading Out Loud" requires “one-time rights” to your piece. We’ll record it, put it on the podcast, and release it back into the wild.
If your work has been previously published, it is up to you to confirm you have retained the rights to republish the work.
"Reading Out Loud" is a labor of love. There is no monetary compensation for anyone involved or associated with its production.

Find our more at our website or listen to us on iTunes.

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19. Call for Submissions: Madcap Review

Madcap Review is currently accepting submissions for its inaugural issue.
Madcap Review was founded by alumni of the graduate writing program at Sarah Lawrence College, and is accepting submissions through May 31st. Our information may be found below. Thank you.

Madcap Review is a semiannual online journal of literature and art. As our name indicates, we embrace the impulsive, the reckless, and the lively, but we also have great respect for form and restraint. Founded in 2014 by a group of fiction writers, poets, and artists, Madcap Review is a platform for any and all forms of writing and art. We have no genre restrictions, because we believe that great writing isn’t easily categorized. The deadline for submissions is May 31st.
Visit our website for more information. Please feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns:

madcapreviewATgmailDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )

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20. Call for Video Game Literature: Cartidge Lit

Cartridge Lit is an online literature mag dedicated to showcasing the best lit – fiction, nonfiction, poetry – inspired by video games. We believe video games are important and vital to [pop] culture. Why shouldn’t there be a lit mag dedicated to showcasing lit + games? We don’t know why not, either, so, here we are.

Uncharted prose poems. Final Fantasy VI flash fiction. Segmented essays on transformation and mutation in games. Chrono Trigger. Donkey Kong. Minecraft.

We like it short – 2,000 words or less [micro and flash fiction/essays] – and poetic. Fictions, essays, and poetry [traditional or prose]. If you’re writing short fiction or essays, say 500 words or less, feel free to send over up to three. If you’re writing poetry, send as many as five.

Check out our submissions page for more information.

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21. Short Story Competition: The 2014 Alice Munro Short Story Competition

The Alice Munro Short Story Competition

Entries must be typed using standard fonts such as Times Roman, Helvetica or Arial, size 11 or 12, double spaced on plain white paper.

Story pages must contain a page number and either the title of your story or one word from the title of your story as a header or footer. Please do not use your name.
i.e. My Story about Dragons … "Dragons … 1"

Entries must not exceed 5000 words.

Stories must be written in English.
Mail one typed copy with registration to:

Alice Munro Writers & Readers Festival
c/o Box 90
Wingham, Ontario N0G 2W0
AND
Email one copy to:

AliceMunroFestivalATgmailDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )

Receipt of short stories will be confirmed by email.

Deadline for postmarks of mailed copy or receipt of emailed copy: August 1, 2014

Registration fee:
. Teen Category: $10 per Story
. Adult Category: $25 per Story

. Clip a copy of the EntryForm to front of each story. Payment online by PayPal or via cheque (payment and mailing information on the attached entry form)

Prizes:
Winning entries will receive cash prizes as follows:

Adult Category Teen Category (13-19 years)
1st ~ $500.00 1st ~ $500.00
2nd ~ $300.00 2nd ~ $300.00
3rd ~ $200.00 3rd ~ $200.00
4th ~ $75.00 4th ~ $75.00
5th ~ $ 50.00 5th ~ $ 50.00
 
Promotions/Public Relations:
Portions of the winning stories may be read during the gala event on Saturday, September 27. Winners agree to interviews with local news media and video-taped interviews with photographer designated by the Festival committee for use on websites and other digital or social media.

Property Rights:
Winning stories may be published in print or online.

Portions of the story may be used in promoting future Festivals.

Pre-published stories are ineligible. Commercially published writers are not eligible to enter this contest. The writer may have their story published after the Festival at their discretion.

Entries will not be returned.

Finalists will be notified by September 1, 2014. Winners names will be published on the website after the announcement at the Gala on September 27, 2014.
CONTACT
Karen Stewart, Chair, Steering Committee
519-523-4328

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22. Call for Submissions: Toad the Journal

Toad is currently seeking work for issue 4:2!

Please send your best poems and flash fiction pieces (1,000 words or less) to:

toadthejournalATgmailDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )

Make sure your submission adheres to our submission guidelines, which can be found here.

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23. Call for Fiction and Poetry Submissions: Devilfish Review


Devilfish Review is looking for fiction and poetry for our next issue. We specialize in science fiction and fantasy, with the occasional foray into horror.

We offer token payment of five dollars for flash fiction and poetry, and ten dollars for fiction in exchange for first publication rights.

Visit our website to learn more about us. Submit here.

Submissions representing those who are marginalized in mainstream fiction are especially encouraged, as we do not get nearly enough of them.

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24. Call for Submissions: Sugared Water Magazine


Sugared Water is seeking submissions of creative nonfiction, poetry, and prose for its third and fourth issues (the second’s just been released). SW is a limited edition, handbound lit mag featuring a hand pulled print as cover. 
 
(For previous issues and to submit, please see our website.) Reading now through July 1, 2014.

If we could candy words, we’d eat them to bellyaches every afternoon. We carry journals and collect chapbooks like Smaug ripping through a gold-sequin disco. If we’re lucky enough to leave something behind that enriches the dialogue of writerly types around the world, so much the better. Send us your stuff—we’ll only hoard it for a little while.
- up to 5 poems
- up to 4,500 words of fiction (we adore flash and micro forms too!)
- up to 4,500 words of creative nonfiction
- up to 5 pages of comics, art, & sequential art

We look for the juxtaposition of sweet and dark, funny and serious, odd and beautiful. We consider literary works and works of some genre, with a particular interest in small elements of mysticism and magic and wonder. Talking goldfish, hurricane gardens, and mad science have appeared within our pages, but so have lost lovers, drowning surfers, and prose poems about the fine art of engine repair. Show us what you've got!

We read via Submittable, and do our best to reply in under 6 weeks, but may take as long as 12 weeks. We pay in one contrib. copy and request FNASR.

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25. Call for Submissions: Star 82 Review

Call for Flash Fiction, Creative Nonfiction & Poetry: Star 82 Review

Star 82 Review is an art and lit online and print magazine looking for your best original unpublished work and lyrical language featuring the displaced person and the humorous oddness of everyday life. We’re looking for up to 1000 words as well as photos or images you’ve created that tell a story. Combinations of art and writing (erasure texts, tiny stories with photo, etc.) are most welcome.

See the guidelines on our submissions page.

Email questions to Alisa Golden at: 


editorATstar82reviewDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )
 

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