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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 The Broke Bohemian

The Broke Bohemian’s Winter Edition 2018

Deadline: December 14, 2017

 Their call:

“The Broke Bohemian is accepting submissions for the Winter Edition 2018! Wear your activism proudly! Bare your teeth! Rise up, and rave in the name of Beauty! We commit ourselves to fostering the voices of all people, especially those who’ve been disenfranchised and unheard among the ever-booming holler of the bourgeoisie!

We will also review and critique pieces for a small fee, half of which will be donated to the ACLU. Come join the Bohemians! 
The Broke Bohemian was founded in 2017 by the dedicated members of SpiceCo Productions: Tyler Martin Pursch, Tyler Chatfield Tveit, Joshua Isbey and Andrew Arter”

www.brokebohemian.com

 

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Close to Home Call for Submissions Love <3 K'in, Brand New Journal Seeking Submissions

Call for Submissions: K’in!

A New Journal Celebrating The Diversity of Voices Under Our One Sun

Now Reading for Our Inaugural Issue!

Seeking fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry for our inaugural issue, set to go live May 1, 2018.

Two issues a year—May 1 and November 1—reading periods from November 1-March 31 and June 1-September 30.

No previously published work. Simultaneous okay. Submissions are accepted only through Green Submissions. Please include a brief cover letter and bio of not more than 50 words.

As much as we would love to be able to pay our contributors, unfortunately we are not able to do so. This is a labor of love for all of us, and we will do our best to honor and promote your work.

Visit K’in: https://kinliteraryjournal.com/

Detailed Submission Guidelines Here: https://kinliteraryjournal.com/submit-1/

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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Very Special Call for Submissions Love <3 Welcome to K'in!

VERY SPECIAL CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!

I’ve worked on numerous literary journals, but I haven’t had the freedom to create the one that “I” imagined–until now! 

And, today is a day to celebrate two men I love, John’s birthday, and the anniversary of my beautiful brother Bill walkin on to the next life. I choose to celebrate them by building something beautiful 

Welcome to K’in!

A New Literary Journal Celebrating the Range and Diversity of Voices Under Our One Sun

We’re begin reading submissions November 13, 2017  Today!

Our first issue will be released May 1, 2018.

Checkout the K’in website HERE

And please check out our Submit Page for details!

I’m thrilled and honored to be working with some brilliant Longwood alums and colleagues to make this happen!

We want to hear from you!

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Some MidWeek Call for Submissions Love <3 Matador Review Seeking Alternative Art & Literature

Matador Review 

Deadline November 30, 2017

Alternative art and literature magazine The Matador Review is currently accepting submissions for Winter 2018!

“We publish poetry, fiction, flash fiction, and creative non-fiction, inviting all unpublished literature written in the English language (and translations that are accompanied by the original text) as well as many forms of visual art. The call for submissions will end on November 30.

For us, “alternative” is a way of voice and experience. It is the distinction from what is conventional, and it advocates for a progressive attitude. The Matador Review binds itself to these tenets, fostering a habitat for the unfamiliar and unsung.”

Find more info at matadorreview.com/submissions.

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 The Hunger

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.

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Some Tiny Call for Submissions Love <3 Tiny Text

I’ve had a couple of these accepted. So much fun! 

Tiny Text Calls for Submissions

Tiny Text publishes teeny tiny Twitter-length fiction and memoir: each piece must be 140 characters or less, including spaces and punctuation—no other limits except quality. Tiny Text is also interested in serialized fiction and memoir, as long as each section is 140 characters and can stand alone while also contributing to the whole.

Please send up to three pieces at a time via email (at teeny.tiny.text@gmail.com) or direct message on Twitter (at @Tiny_Text). Tiny Text does not publish bios nor titles, but does accept tweets that have previously appeared in other places.

If your work is chosen, Tiny Text asks for first electronic rights and non-exclusive rights, and that you please include “First published by Tiny Text” as an epigraph for your story or essay if it’s later published elsewhere.

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Leaping Clear

Leaping Clear Accepting Submissions for Spring 2018 Issue

Deadline: January 1, 2018

Their call: 

“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.

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