"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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HeartWood Literary Magazine! Upcoming Issue & Call for Submissions!

Working on HeartWood 🙂

So honored to share this good work Thanks and Big Love to the editorial staff–Danielle Kelly, Susan Good, Beth Feagan,Mary Imo Stike, Jessica Spruill, CM Chapman, and Vincent James Trimboli, for all their beautiful hard work! And special thanks–as always–to my son J (Jacques Hackett) for being my on-call ever-patient tech guru

The next issue of HeartWood goes live October 2nd!

AND

We’ll announce the very first winner and finalists for the

HEARTWOOD BROADSIDE SERIES CONTEST!

Like HeartWood on FB! 

And follow us on Twitter! @HeartWoodlitmag

AND 

We’re reading now for the April 2017 issue! Send us your beautiful work! 

Check it out and Submit HERE! 

Let’s get to the heart of the matter ❤

HeartWood

Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Foliate Oak :-) Gutsy & Unforgettable?

Foliate Oak Literary Magazine

Seeking Gutsy Unforgettable Submissions

Deadline: April 5, 2017

 

Foliate Oak wants your lyrical essays, your hybrids, your most brave, most zany writing. Please submit photography and artwork also. We want to hear from people whose work we have not published. We want newness.

Website: http://www.foliateoak.com/

Full Guidelines & Submit Here:  https://foliateoakliterarymagazine.submittable.com/submit

Back at it! Friday Call for Submissions Love! Nimrod: Looking for Home

Nimrod International Journal

Leaving Home, Finding Home

Deadline: November 5, 2016

 

Submissions are now open for Nimrod International Journal’s Spring 2017 issue, Leaving Home, Finding Home.

“For this issue, we invite poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction that explore ideas of home. We are especially interested in receiving work by immigrants, “Third Culture Kids,” and expatriates. Other ideas include work about age and home, the connections between family and home, and home as a state of mind. For poetry, submit up to 8 pages; for fiction and creative nonfiction, 7,500 words maximum.”

Manuscripts may be mailed or submitted online: nimrodjournal.submittable.com/submit. Email nimrod@tulsa.edu or visit website for guidelines: www.utulsa.edu/nimrod.

Before I Hit the Road Call for Submissions Love <3 Light Journal

Light Journal – Be Part of the Inaugural Issue!

Deadline: September 30, 2016

 

Light will be a journey of emotion through photography and poetry. It will feature the work of established and emerging photographers and poets. The theme for the inaugural issue is Human. It’s a bit of a challenge. We identify humanity with countless topics. There are many ways to make the “human-ness” of our situations personal, beautiful, and memorable. But how do we take what’s so familiar and make it fresh and surprising? We’re looking for photography and poetry that investigate the theme. Give us your boldest, slyest, most inquisitive visions of the human. 

Website: www.light-journal.com

Some MidWeek Call for Submissions Love <3 Foliate Oak

Foliate Oak Seeks Strangely Beautiful Work

Deadline: October 1, 2016

 

Foliate Oak Literary Magazine wants your best writing, art, and photography. We are seeking submissions from contributors who we have not previously published. Please read our guidelines before submitting:www.foliateoak.com/submit.html.

From their guidelines:

“We love previously unpublished quirky writing that makes sense, preferably flash fiction (less than 1000 words). We are eager to read short creative nonfiction also. We rarely accept submissions that have over 2700 words. We enjoy poems that we understand, preferably not rhyming poems, unless you make the rhyme so fascinating we’ll wonder why we ever said anything about avoiding rhymes. Give us something fresh, unexpected, and will make us say, “Wow!” We’re not interested in homophobic, religious rants, or pornographic, violent stories. 

Please:  No genre (sci-fi, fantasy, fan fiction).”

Website: http://www.foliateoak.com/

More on their Guidelines and Submission here!

 

Friday Call for Submissions Love! Two Hawks Quarterly

One of my favorite journals!

TWO HAWKS QUARTERLY is an online journal affiliated with Antioch University Los Angeles’s BA program in creative writing and is setting the bar for contemporary literature with bold and illuminating poetry, fiction, CNF, and experimental work.

Submissions accepted year-round.

For guidelines seewww.twohawksquarterly.com.

 

 

 

So Excited! Readings Scheduled for Fall 2016!

Sooo excited! 😀 Woot!!!

Readings scheduled so far for this fall in West Virginia (this coming weekend! Thank you Love you Mary Imo Stike!), two in October: one here at Longwood, and one in the Charlotte area (Thank you Love you Jonathan Kevin Rice!), and then in December in WInston Salem (Thank you Love you Kathryn Milam!)

And BIG GRATITUDE to the fabulous generous editors who made these crazy lil books possible–Karen Kelsay Davies with Kelsay Books and Diane Kistner and Robert S. King with FutureCycle Press

! Y’all rock!

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