Call for submissions: Parentheses Journal, Issue Seven
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The Hunger: Seeking Submissions of Visceral Writing and Artwork
Deadline: December 15 (Rolling)
“Send us work that bleeds. We want to be devoured.”
The Hunger is a new journal of visceral writing that publishes fiction, poetry, nonfiction, hybrid work, and visual art in three issues yearly, appearing in the Winter, Spring, and Fall. 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.
For full submission guidelines visit www.thehungerjournal.com/submit.
Leaping Clear Accepting Submissions for Spring 2018 Issue
Deadline: January 1, 2018
“Leaping Clear is dedicated to featuring accomplished artists and writers worldwide who work from a ground of contemplative practice. We present both emerging and established writers and artists from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives. We accept all forms of contemporary writing, art, music, and video. We value art that asks, “What is this?” and invites readers/viewers/listeners to explore deeply the difficulties, wonders, perplexities, joys, and mysteries of being alive now. For our next issue, we’re especially interested in fiction, essays, prose poems, and hybrid forms.”
Visit www.leapingclear.org for more information.
Rachel Abramson Dacus is a writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area and the author of three poetry books and a spoken word poetry CD. Her most recent book, Gods of Water and Air, combines poetry, prose, and drama. It follows two poetry collections, Earth Lessons and Femme au Chapeau. Gods of Water and Air is a passionate exploration of personal transformation, delving into everything from reincarnation to growing up with an artist and rocket scientist father, to living in an immigrant community on the Pacific Ocean.
Praise for Gods of Water and Air
“This is a book to relish for such insights, by a poet clearly up for the ride, and not afraid of the risks.” — Rhina Espaillat, author of Where Horizons Go
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- The launch of Blood Tree Literature is due this summer. Sign up for our newsletter to be notified when the journal goes live.
- Submissions are rolling.
- Simultaneous submissions are accepted.
- Multiple submissions are accepted. Please include all pieces in a single document.
- If two or more of your pieces are accepted, we ask that we may publish them intermittently and within the span of two months (at maximum) starting from the time that the first piece was published.
Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Two Calls: Sundress Seeking Hybrids, and Panoply Seeking 'Daylight'
Please limit your submissions to subjects related to the theme, “daylight.” The Call is open until Sunday night April 2, 2017 at 11:59 pm Central (US) time.
- Up to 3 pieces
- Flash fiction or prose of no more than 500 words, and/or poetry
- We read blind. Do not put your name or other identifiers on any of the pieces
- Please include a bio of <= 60 words in the box provided by Submittable
- We publish only one piece per contributor per issue
Approximate publication date, to be confirmed, is May 5.
Panoply accepts submissions through Submittable. For more guidelines and to submit, please visit: Panoply’s Submittable Page