CALLS FOR SUBMISSION
THE REMEMBERED ARTS JOURNAL, Modern Life, Awakened Art accepts poetry submissions and creative writing, essays, performing arts, crafts and visual arts. “In the competitive, compartmentalized, modern world, it can be easy to neglect the creative impulses that make us human. We put aside our sketching and scribbling to pay our bills, raise our children, serve our communities, and pursue our ambitions. The Remembered Arts Journal is a forum for reviving almost forgotten artistry. Its purpose is to encourage readers and contributors rediscover the joy of creating and sharing works of art.” A lovely fledgling publication, they’ve produced two issues to date and it looks like they’re working on monthly publication. The deadline for the July issue is past, so just watch for their announcement for August. Details HERE.
THE OFFBEAT, affiliated with the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures at Michigan State University, reads year round. It’s published twice-yearly and accepts submission of “unique” works of poetry, fiction and nonfiction, and sequential art. Consistent with its name, the editors are looking for “writing that falls off the beaten path in an intriguing way.” Details HERE.
THREE-PENNY REVIEW, a literary magazine, accepts submissions of poetry, fiction and articles for their quarterly. Details HERE.
BY&BY POETRY, another fledgling publication (2015) accepts submissions year round for its “eclectic online showcase or both established and up-and-coming poets.” Details HERE.
THE COSSAC REVIEW accepts submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and translation year round. Details HERE.
NUMINOUS MAGAZINE accepts submissions of poems “of a spiritual nature written in any style. Details HERE.
ENCHANTED CONVERSATION, a Fairy Tale Magazine accepts submissions of poetry and stories six times a year. Be sure to adhere to themes and deadlines. This is an online publication of Kate Wolord, a freelance writer, editor, blogger and anthologist. Details HERE.
OFFBEAT is accepting submissions for its first annual nonfiction writing contest. Word limit 4,000 words. There’s a $12 entry fee and the deadline is August 15. Details HERE.
Life in Suspension (Salmon Poetry, 2016), the latest collection of poet, actor and translator, HÉLÈNE CARDONA, debuted with stellar reviews.
Hélène co-edits Fulcrum: An Antholgy of Poetry and Aesthetics, is Co-International Editor of Plume, essay contributor to The London Magazine, and co-producer of the documentary Pablo Neruda: the Poet’s Calling. She writes children stories and co-wrote with John FitzGerald the screenplay Primate, based on his novel. She is fluent in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and Greek and has received fellowships from the Goethe-Institut, in Bremen, Germany, and the University of Andalucía, Spain. This collection was written in English and translated into French. Both versions are included in the book.
Hélène Cardona keenly understands poetry’s insistence that we slow down, downshifting into a more measured and conscious pace. Her powerful poems are written line by certain line, which is how her readers gratefully experience them.” —Billy Collins, former U.S. Poet Laureate
Look for an intimate interview with Hélène coming to THE POET BY DAY, Celebrating American She-Poets series soon.
Introducing poet and artist, Marlene McNew, also know as “The Ski Poet.” Marlene is an accomplished artist as well as a poet. She writes of skiing, Parkinson’s Disease, struggle, hope and victory.
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