Thursday, December 11, 2008


Check out these opportunities:

upstreet: literary annual’s fifth issue seeks quality submissions with an edge—fiction, poetry, CNF. First four issues feature interviews with Jim Shepard, Lydia Davis, Wally Lamb, Michael Martone. Distributed nationally by Source Interlink, Ubiquity, Armadillo, and by Disticor in Canada. Payment in author copies. Deadline: March 1, 2009. click here for more info.

Minnetonka Review accepts fiction, poetry, and non-fiction that engages, entertains, and provokes thought in fresh and creative ways. Submissions accepted Oct 15 - May 15. An Editor's Prize of $150 will be awarded to one contributor for prose and one contributor for poetry in each issue. Click here for more info.

Fourth River is putting together a special issue for Spring 2009 with a specific focus on international writing. We’re looking for poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, children’s and young adult writing by international authors, in translation, and by authors traveling abroad. Click here for more info.

Puerto del Sol, now in its 44th year of publication, is a nationally-distributed journal dedicated to providing a forum for innovative poetry, prose, drama, criticism and artwork from emerging and established writers and artists. Puerto del Sol is reading submissions through March 31, 2009. Puerto del Sol is especially interested in reading submissions of reviews and short plays or excerpts from longer plays for our upcoming Spring 2009 issue. Click here for more info.

The West Branch 2008-09 reading period is now open. The editors welcome submissions of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. In addition to short stories, essays, and shorter poems, we welcome long poems, excerpts from book-length fiction and creative nonfiction works, and translations. The reading period will close on April 15, 2009. Click here for more info.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How good a writing do you have to be to submit?

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