CALLS FOR SUBMISSION
POETRY FOUNDATION accepts submissions year round for its Poetry Magazine. Details HERE.
PARIS REVIEW accepts submissions – including unsolicited submissions – year round. Details HERE.
THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS, an anthology of Wishing Up Press, invites submissions of poetry, fiction, memoir, creative non-fiction exploring – you got it! – “the kindness of strangers.” The submission deadline is September 1, 2016. Details HERE.
POLYCHROME INK celebrates diversity in literature and is interested in submissions from underrepresented voices writing poetry, fiction and non-fiction. Deadline for the next issue is July 1, 2016, however, the publication does have a “rolling submission policy” … in other words, you may submit year-round. Details are HERE.
MOREL SOUTH&WEST is a regional publication of Ontario currently accepting poetry, fiction, essays and articles on Southwestern Ontario. Poetry submissions are welcome through June 19 for publication in July 2016. Details HERE.
FISSURE is open year-round and offers opportunities to young LGBTQ+ and allies. Submission guidelines are HERE.
JSTOR (pronounced Jay-stor) has been around a long time. JSTOR Daily – “where news meets scholarly match” is relatively new. It is a paying venue, “an online magazine that offers a fresh way for people to understand and contextualize their world. It features topical essays that draw connections between current affairs, historical scholarship, and other content that’s housed on JSTOR, a digital library of scholarly journals, books, and primary sources. In addition to weekly feature articles, the magazine publishes daily blog posts that provide the backstory to complex issues of the day in a variety of subject areas, interviews with and profiles of scholars and their work, and much more. The magazine makes the content on JSTOR, which most people access via university libraries or other institutions, freely available to the general reader by highlighting timely or otherwise compelling content, and providing free links to that content.” Further details and submission guidelines are HERE.
MSLEXIA (Newcastle) sponsors annual contests and the Children’s Novel Competition is open for submissions though September 19, 2016. Details HERE.
JOURNAL OF NEW JERSEY POETS is accepting poetry submissions from New Jersey poets through October 1, 2016. Details HERE.
THE BeZINE theme for July 2016 is “Faith: In Things Seen and Unseen.” Poems, essays, short-stories (up to 1,200 words), flash fiction, feature articles (up t0 1,200 words), photography, art or video – as long as it can be loaded into a post – are acceptable for consideration. Deadline is July 10. Details HERE.
SEVEN BY TWENTY, a journal of twitter literature, reports that its submission que is empty and invites submissions. Details HERE.
BATTERED MOONS POETRY COMPETITON is open to U.K. residents and is part of the Poetry Swindon Festival. Deadline is 30 June 2016. Details HERE.
BLACK BOX POETRY PRIZE for poetry collections is accepting submission through the 30th of this month. It is sponsored by Rescue Press. Details HERE.
BARROW STREET PRESS book contest deadline for a previously unpublished book of poetry in English is June 30. Details HERE.
Tuesday, September 15, 7:00 PM
U.S. POET LAUREATE INAUGURAL READING, Washington, D.C. 21st Poet Laureate Consultant Juan Felipe Herrera will kick off Hispanic Heritage Month with his inaugural reading. This event is free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by the Library of Congress Hispanic Division.Location: Coolidge Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson Building (ground floor) Contact: (202) 707-5394
Monday, June 13, 8:30 AM–5:00 PM
FROM THE BLACK ARTS MOVEMENT TO CAVE CANEM, Washington, D.C. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Black Arts Movement and the 20th anniversary of Cave Canem, a day-long symposium featuring two panels and a Master Class in children’s literature. This event is co-sponsored by the Folger Shakespeare Library’s O.B. Hardison Poetry Series, PEN/Faulkner Foundation,
Contact: (202) 707-5394
GRASSINGTON FESTIVAL, 15 Days of Music and Arts in the Yorkshire Dales (looks like there are about three or four poetry events) from 17th June – 2nd July. Details HERE.
100,000 POETS FOR CHANGE events will take place around the world on Saturday, September 24, 2016. To find an event in your area or to sign-up to organize an event in your area visit 100tpc. On this global day of unity and consciousness raising, literary and other artists and friends around the world will come together in cities, hometowns and even private homes to encourage peace, sustainability and social justice.
The BeZine will host a virtual 100TPC event that day offering you the opportunity to participate electronically no matter where in the world you live and even if you are homebound. Our Contributing Editor, American-Isreali poet Michael Dickel (Fragments of Michael Dickel), is master of ceremonies.
INDIE AUTHOR NEWS – a go-to place for those of you who self-publish.
THE LAST GOOD COUNTRY “tells the ambiguous origins of Ernest Hemingway and his transformation into one of the greatest writers/icons the world has ever known. After returning from WWI in Milan, shaken by injury, and shut out by the woman he loved, Hemingway travels to the Upper Peninsula to discover what kind of man he is meant to be. These events would eventually become the inspiration for his Nick Adams tales.”
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