"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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Some All-Women Call For Submissions Love <3 Gambling the Aisle

Gambling the Aisle Seeks Submissions for an All-Women’s Edition

Deadline: December 2, 2017

 

Gambling the Aisle is now accepting submissions for its first All-Women’s edition. The pages of issue 13 will be dedicated to, and filled by, female artists and writers of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, visual art, and other genre-bending creations.

If you identify as a woman, for more information and to submit, please visit their Submittable page.

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Some Call For Submissions Love <3 Tiny Text

Think your writing could break the internet?
Tiny Text is looking for #ViralLit to share with the world!
 
Tiny Text is a Twitter journal (@Tiny_Text) that publishes #LittleLit: Twitter-length fiction and memoir, as well as serials. 
 
What is Twitter-length? 140 characters or less—spaces count!—and each section of a serial should fall within that size requirement, as well as be able to stand on its own. We’re looking for stories that amaze us by how much can fit into such a small space. 
 
Follow them on Twitter for weekly writing prompts and send up to three stories or memoirs at a time (including your name and Twitter handle) via Twitter direct message or via email to teeny.tiny.textATgmailDOTcom 
 
They publish one piece of Twitter-length prose every Monday and every publication gets two unique promo Tweets earlier the same day—but they’re hoping to expand that number, so send away! Submissions are eagerly read year-round. Please allow 4 weeks before sending more work or inquiring about the status of your submission.
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Call for Submissions Love <3 In Laymen's Terms: Innovation

In Layman’s Terms Seeks Submissions Related to Theme of Innovation

Deadline: January 7, 2018

 

In Layman’s Terms seeks submissions related to the theme of “Innovation.”

“We welcome poetry, creative nonfiction, photography, and visual art that showcases ingenious designs, technology, and structures, whether made by humans or found in nature. From duct tape to tools used by New Caledonian crows, we want to know about inventive solutions to problems. No fee to submit.”

For full submission guidelines, visit www.iltreview.com/submit 

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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Placeholder

 Placeholder Magazine Seeking Submission 

No submission fee. Year-round reading period. Seeking original poetry, nonfiction, fiction, and visual arts.
From their call: “Placeholder Magazine is a fiercely independent critical voice covering contemporary arts, culture, and literature. We are a not-for-profit arts organization led entirely by volunteers. Through print and digital mediums, we provide an accessible forum for diverse voices.”


To see what has been published on Placeholder check out their website: www.placeholdermag.com


Their Guidelines
Nonfiction:
Nonfiction includes news articles, opinion pieces, how-to articles, profile and interview pieces, exposés, human interest articles, essays, humor and satire, historical articles, inspirational pieces, research articles, and round-ups. We’re open to a lot. Surprise us!


We accept all narrative styles and forms. Send us your masterpiece! Short stories must be under 6,000 words.


Poetry:Fiction:
Poetry can be of any length, style, or topic. You may send up to 5 poems at a time.


Visual Media:
Art and Photography must have a quality of 72+ DPI, without a watermark. Please include a description of your work/submission. Accepted file types are JPG, JPEG, PNG and total email file size should be under 10MB. Can be individual images or a series/project. If it is a project and file size exceeds 10MB, send it through Google Drive or Dropbox.


Submissions:
To submit your work, email to submissionsATplaceholdermagDOTcom. Please include the type of submission in the subject line (Example: Opinion Submission, Photo Submission, Satire Submission, etc.)

For more information regarding submissions please visit: www.placeholdermag.com/get-involved/

 
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Mid-Week Call for Submissions Love <3 Bloodletters: A Space for Healing

Bloodletters Literary Magazine – A Space For Healing
“Bloodletters Literary Magazine – A Space For Healing is a journal for those who have been affected by physical, mental or emotional trauma. We seek the best unpublished nonfiction and poetry intended to heal.
 
The trauma spectrum is long and broad. Trauma means living with and through abuse and assault. It’s being violated. It’s being held at gunpoint. It’s returning home after facing the horrors of war. It’s being physically or emotionally tortured. The definition of trauma is very individual, and different for everyone – the experiences may be different, but the effects are often the same.
 
Tell us how you endured, moved on, and got past your trauma. It could help someone else understand and come to terms with their own experience.”
 
Please visit www.bloodletterslitmag.com for more information and to get a feel for the kind of writing they seek.
 
Send submissions to:  bloodletterslitmag[AT]gmail[DOT]com
 
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Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Tinge Magazine

TINGE Magazine

TINGE Magazine, Temple University’s online literary journal, is seeking submissions of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.
T
he submission period for the next issue is open from September 1 until November 1, 2017.

Please go to tingemagazine.org for more information.

Submissions Guidelines Here

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