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Reading Series for Virginia Womxn Writers! Call for Submissions!

Womxn at Red Door 104: Words & Art

A New Reading Series Celebrating Virginia Womxn, Womxn-Identifying, Genderfluid, Genderqueer, & Nonbinary-Identifying Writers

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Womxn at Red Door 104: Words and Art, created to celebrate Virginia womxn writers, is a partnership between Creative Writing at Longwood University and Red Door 104, a unique gallery and art learning center owned and operated by the tireless and talented Audrey Sullivan,  in historic downtown Farmville,Virginia.

The series will consist of two events annually:

  • A reading and reception in April 2020, with two featured readers and five cameo readers.
  • All selected readers will then also have the unique and exciting experience of having visual art created by central Virginia artists in response to their submitted work. This art will be revealed in a second event, an art opening at Red Door 104 the following October.

The first Womxn at Red Door 104 reading will take place from 2-4 pm on Saturday, April 4, 2020. The art opening will take place in October 2020, date tba.

Selected writers must be available to read in person, and should be willing to attend both events.

Believing that artists should be compensated when possible, we will award all selected readers a small token honorarium.

Please submit writing samples, as detailed below, along with a 50-75 word bio, via Submittable. Please include in your bio your current Virginia city of residence.

Submissions are limited to current Virginia residents.

Send us your best! We’re looking for work that is visually rich, and that will make for a compelling live reading.

Full Submission Details Here! 

 

Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 The Festival

The Festival Seeking New and Diverse Voices for Fall Issue

Deadline: Rolling

The Festival Review seeks new and diverse voices in literature and media arts for upcoming Fall 2019 issue. Anything under 5k words accepted. No special formatting required. Free to submit. Small stipend paid  to contributors. Submit or inquire to thefestivalreview@gmail.com 

Visit the website here!  

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Manzano Mountain Review

Manzano Mountain Review Seeks Submissions!

Deadline: October 1, 2019

Manzano Mountain Review, an online literary journal based in New Mexico, seeks flash prose, poetry, short prose, & image.

“We love flash—little pieces that explode in our hands. We like plot, but not at the expense of character. Brevity, lyric, place, experiment. The terse and the lyrical. Work that crosses boundaries. Provoke us. The theme is “Wilderness.”

Site: manzanomountainreview.com/submissions

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Special Call for Submissions! Activism Anthology

Activism Anthology Call for Submissions

Deadline: October 15, 2019

Something happened and made you want to get involved in transforming your organization, neighborhood, community, state, or country. You decided to speak up for something you care about, and did so through words, images, or actions. Or, maybe this is the first time you are speaking out. MuseWrite Press seeks short stories, poems, essays, and creative nonfiction that capture your journey, work, and/or goals regarding your activism. Considering unpublished submissions of no more than 2,500 words.

Email submissions to musewritecommunity@yahoo.com by October 15, 2019. Include a 50-word bio.

Visit www.MuseWrite.com for info on press and editors.

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Friday Call for Submissions Love! <3 K'in Seeking Fiction, Nonfiction, & Poetry!

Experimental, traditional, playful, prayerful, celebratory, challenging: human—try us. Show us a new way to tell one of the millions of stories under that glorious sun.

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Submission Guidelines

(Note: For writers ages 12-7, please see the specific guidelines at the Young Writers tab.)

General:

We publish two issues a year, online only—May  and November. We are open for submissions on a rolling basis.

Submissions are accepted only through Submittable. Please include a brief cover letter and bio of not more than 50 words.

For all submissions, please include name, contact information, and 50-word third-person bio in the document as well as in the online form. All submissions should be formatted with 1-inch margins and numbered pages. Prose manuscripts should be double-spaced.

Do not send previously published work (either print or online, including personal blogs). Upon submission to K’in, you agree that your work is original, unpublished, and that you are the author.

If accepted, K’in acquires First North American Serial Rights and First Electronic Rights. All rights revert to the writer after publication. Contributors agree to credit K’in if the work is subsequently reproduced online or in print.

Submissions will be responded to within three months. If you haven’t heard from us after three months, feel free to inquire by sending us a note through Submittable. For any work that is accepted, we will require an updated third-person bio of not more than fifty words.

Please wait six months before resubmitting.

Detailed Submission Guidelines Here! 

 

Call for Submissions! Virginia Womxn Writers! <3

Womxn at Red Door 104: Words & Art

A New Reading Series Celebrating Virginia Womxn, Womxn-Identifying, Genderfluid, Genderqueer, & Nonbinary-Identifying Writers

red door logo

Womxn at Red Door 104: Words and Art, created to celebrate Virginia womxn writers, is a partnership between Creative Writing at Longwood University and Red Door 104, a unique gallery and art learning center owned and operated by the tireless and talented Audrey Sullivan,  in historic downtown Farmville,Virginia.

The series will consist of two events annually:

  • A reading and reception in April 2020, with two featured readers and five cameo readers.
  • All selected readers will then also have the unique and exciting experience of having visual art created by central Virginia artists in response to their submitted work. This art will be revealed in a second event, an art opening at Red Door 104 the following October.

The first Womxn at Red Door 104 reading will take place from 2-4 pm on Saturday, April 4, 2020. The art opening will take place in October 2020, date tba.

Selected writers must be available to read in person, and should be willing to attend both events.

Believing that artists should be compensated when possible, we will award all selected readers a small token honorarium.

Please submit writing samples, as detailed below, along with a 50-75 word bio, via Submittable. Please include in your bio your current Virginia city of residence.

Submissions are limited to current Virginia residents.

Complete Details Here! 

Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Change Seven

Change Seven 

Call for Submissions

Change Seven, an online literary journal, seeks submissions for an official relaunch in Fall 2019. The editors seek poetry, prose, artwork, photography, multimedia, and book reviews from both new and established talents.

“We most enjoy writing that comes from experience, is well-crafted, lyrical, distinctive, and accessible. Give us something that in some way resonates with us deeply like only the human heart in conflict with itself knows how to do.”

Open submission period August 1 through August 31.

Full Submissions Details Here

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