"This work is unlike any other, in its range of rich, conjuring imagery and its dexterity, its smart voice. Carroll-Hackett doesn’t spare us—but doesn’t save us—she draws a blueprint of power and class with her unflinching pivot: matter-of-fact and tender." —Jan Beatty

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Some Diversity Call for Submissions Love <3 Let Us Gather: Diversity and the Arts at Nimrod International Journal 

Call for Submissions: Diversity and the Arts

Deadline: November 5, 2017


For their Spring/Summer 2018 issue, Let Us Gather: Diversity and the ArtsNimrod International Journal is seeking poetry, short stories, and creative nonfiction pieces that explore or demonstrate the idea of the arts as a gathering place for diverse and unique perspectives. 

“We also invite writing that addresses and confronts the times when the arts have not been as diverse as they could be—including the present. Poetry may be up to 8 pages; fiction/creative nonfiction may be up to 7,500 words.

Manuscripts may be mailed or submitted online:  nimrodjournal.submittable.com/submit.

For complete guidelines, email nimrod@utulsa.edu or visit our website: www.utulsa.edu/nimrod.

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Two Calls from Anomaly

Better late than never 🙂 Since I missed yesterday….

Anomaly (formerly known as Drunken Boat) is accepting submissions in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, comics, and translation from June 1 – September 1. Send your best, most challenging work through Submittable today! anmly.org/submit

SPECIAL CALL: Anomaly’s GLITTERBRAIN folio seeks work by queer and trans indigenous people and people of color who identify as mentally-ill, neurodivergent, or as having mental illness. Send up to 5 pieces, and a brief bio to sarahATanomalouspressDOTorg by August 15th.

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Some Call for Submissions Love <3 Elsewhere: Flash Fiction, Prose Poetry,

elsewhere is an online magazine that publishes every two months, publishing prose poetry, flash fiction and non-fiction.

From the elsewhere website: 

elsewhere cares only about the line / no line. We want short prose works (flash fiction, prose poetry, nonfiction) that cross, blur, and/or mutilate genre. We publish six writers and one photo quarterly. Give us your homeless, your animals, your lunch money: we’re hungry.

Prose Poetry

up to 3 pieces of unlineated prose poetry, any length. up to two essays in a single document, each less than 1,000 words.

Flash Fiction

up to two stories in a single document, each less than 1,000 words.


up to two essays in a single document, each less than 1,000 words.


submit up to 3 photographs for consideration as a cover image in JPG or PNG format. landscape orientation required, original size 3000px x 1700px minimum.



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Friday Call for Submissions Love x 2: Pithead Chapel

Pithead Chapel

Call for Submissions: Fiction, Nonfiction, and Prose Poetry

“Pithead Chapel is a monthly online journal of fiction,
nonfiction, and prose poetry. While many magazines and journals close
during the spring and summer, we’re open year-round.”

Visit www.pitheadchapel.com for detailed submission guidelines.

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 One Person's Trash, Inaugural Issue: Advocating, Empowering, Truth-Telling About the Homeless

Inaugural Issue of One Person’s Trash Call for Submissions

Submissions accepted year-round.

 One Person’s Trash literary journal is looking for poetry and prose submissions to run in our May launch issue. We tell homeless tales and seek work in conversation with the streets. We want poetry, cnf, and fiction that connects to the reality that half a million men women and children sleep outside in the US every night. We want work that advocates, empowers, and/or just tells the truth.
Submission guidelines at www.onepersonstrash.org.

Friday Call for Submissions Love! The Collapsar



a daily online literary and culture magazine, seeks original essays, fiction, poetry, interviews, creative criticism, and reviews. Past contributors include Amber Sparks, Cari Luna, Jill Talbot, Kathleen Rooney, Tobias Carroll, Elisa Gabbert, and Wendy C. Ortiz.

Their Guidelines

“What we want to read is work grounded in a very real sense of its own world, work that bristles with richness, deeply imagined and cunningly portrayed–whatever that might look like. We’re interested in high culture, low culture, and low-high culture, whatever that means. A generosity of spirit is what we want to present.

The best way to get an idea for what we publish is, of course, to read the magazine. We’ve published new writing by Amber Sparks, Elisa Gabbert, Wendy C. Ortiz, Michael J. Seidlinger, Robert Kloss, Kathleen Rooney, Cari Luna, Juliet Escoria, Tobias Carroll, Leesa Cross-Smith, Gabriel Blackwell, Jill Talbot, and a host of others since our inception in 2013. We’re thrilled to consider yours.

Head on over to our handy submissions manager, Submittable, where you can find genre-specific guidelines and send us things.”

Read it here: www.thecollapsar.com.

Special Call for Submissions Love! Blink-Ink Wants Your Magic!

Yep, magic seems just about right right now 🙂 

Blink-Ink Call for Submissions “Magic Issue”

Deadline: May 15, 2016

 Do you speak Dragon? Have you been known to pull bunnies from within your silk top hat? Ancient magic buried deep, long predating mankind. The Fae with their magics and the enchantment of the glimmer, an uncle who pulls a coin from behind you ear (yet again). From the smallest magic of a kitchen witch or tomten, to the shifting of realms and the haunting of worlds by great powers unseen. In fifty words or so tell your magical story. Please send in the body of an email to: blinkinkinfo@gmail. Up to three pieces, no attachments or bios please.www.blink-ink.org

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