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Special Monday Call for Submissions Love <3 Random Sample Review

Random Sample Review, an online literary and arts journal, is accepting submissions for its Summer 2019 issue.

“We accept poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, and hybrids. Keep in mind that we are currently short on work written by POC, women, LBTQ folks, and people with disabilities and are particularly interested in seeing work from these communities. For everyone else, please do not let this deter you from submitting. We want your work, too!”

To be considered for the Summer issue, please submit by June 10th. All other submissions will be considered for the Winter 2020 issue.

Submission guidelines here: randomsamplereview.com/submit/ 

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Split Rock Review

Split Rock Review Seeks Submissions for Issue 13

Deadline: May 31, 2019

Split Rock Review, an online biannual journal, provides a venue for writers and artists of any background, in any stage of their careers, to showcase their best work.

“We are seeking poetry, short creative nonfiction (1,000 words or less), graphic narratives, comics, artwork, and photography for Issue 13 (Fall 2019). We prefer work that explores place, environment, and the intersection of nature and culture. Please read our back issues to get a better idea of the work we publish. Simultaneous submissions are welcome.”

For more information and guidelines, please visit: www.splitrockreview.org.

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Friday Call for Submissions <3 Parhelion

Parhelion Literary Magazine is accepting fiction, flash, nonfiction, poetry, and photography for their summer 2019 issue.

“We look for strong writing, fresh voices, and compelling characters. Our magazine is growing and we look forward to reading your work!”

Please review the guidelines before submitting and take a look at what they’re publishing.  

Visit here: parhelionliterary.com  

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Special Monday Call for Submissions! Flock seeks Kith & Kin

Flock
http://flocklit.com

Flock is seeing submissions on the theme KITH AND KIN through May 31. 
“We are eager to receive poetry, fiction, CNF, genre-bending work, artwork, and b&w graphic lit that explores, complicates, and explodes this theme.  

Our mission is to open space for boundary-pushing literature by publishing emotionally resonant work that is strange yet familiar, surprising but grounded, and softly experimental in form, language, or content.”

See Guidelines Here 

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Nebo

Nebo: A Literary Journal, Arkansas Tech University’s literary journal. 

“Nebo accepts submissions year round. We’re interested in all kinds of creative work—fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, drama, comics, art, etc.”

Send your submissions as an attachment to:

neboATatuDOTedu (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )

Please include a brief, 3rd person author bio of no more than 100 words.

Simultaneous submissions and multiple submissions are fine. 

They’re also happy to consider reprints from print journals. Please let them know where the piece was published previously.

Submissions should include no more than 5,000 words of prose, five poems, or 20 pages of comics.

Details Here

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Wordpeace

Wordpeace, an online journal dedicated to peace and justice, is looking for poetry, short fiction, non-fiction essays and artwork in conversation with world events. 

Submissions are open now through April 30, 2019.

Go to http://wordpeace.co for guidelines and to link to Submittable.

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 The Hunger

The Hunger: Open for Submissions Until April 15th

Deadline: April 15, 2019

“The Hunger is a journal of visceral writing that publishes fiction, poetry, nonfiction, hybrid work, and visual art. The theme of “hunger” is not confined only to food, but hungers and thirsts of all kinds: the craving for connection, the human need to be filled or emptied, the devastating desires that define our most alive moments. Hungers can be sexual, romantic, familial, individualistic, spiritual, creative, sorrowful, conflicted, humanistic, and/or existential. Send us work that bleeds. We want to be devoured.”

For submission guidelines visit www.thehungerjournal.com/submit.

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