I’ve had a couple of these accepted. So much fun!
Tiny Text Calls for Submissions
Tiny Text publishes teeny tiny Twitter-length fiction and memoir: each piece must be 140 characters or less, including spaces and punctuation—no other limits except quality. Tiny Text is also interested in serialized fiction and memoir, as long as each section is 140 characters and can stand alone while also contributing to the whole.
Please send up to three pieces at a time via email (at firstname.lastname@example.org) or direct message on Twitter (at @Tiny_Text). Tiny Text does not publish bios nor titles, but does accept tweets that have previously appeared in other places.
If your work is chosen, Tiny Text asks for first electronic rights and non-exclusive rights, and that you please include “First published by Tiny Text” as an epigraph for your story or essay if it’s later published elsewhere.
29 October 2017
Make art about the side effects.
28 October 2017
Make art about the shapes of persistence, of resilience.
21 October 2017
Make art about feeling like you can’t speak, about not saying things you need to say, about self-silencing.
22 October 2017
Make art about being new to language, a child learning language.
23 October 2017
Make art about the first naming of things.
24 October 2017
Make art about a fever.
25 October 2017
Make art about long sleep.
26 October 2017
Make art about seeing the web.
27 October 2017
Make art about seeing the doctor.
Call for Submissions
From their call:
“We are officially open for submissions in fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art & photography. We seek high-energy pieces that reflect the rush of life, and we are delighted in our ability to pay writers.”
All submissions must be submitted through Submittable by November 15, 2017.
20 October 2017
Make art about what we really want to ask, but don’t.
19 October 2017
Make art about acceleration.
Because We Need to Make Art Mini Promptathon
Art is healing. Art is voice. Art is power. Art is resistance. Art is claiming. Art is reclaiming.
Art is Creation, instead of destruction. Let’s create. Join us in the Better-Than-Black-Friday Writing Group for 15 New Prompts!