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We update the page weekly so as to keep our viewers current and exposed to the latest call for entries by magazines.

For paying calls, writing competitions and poetry contests, visit our Writing Opportunities and Competition page

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RC Press seeks personal, political, raw, lyrical, critical and experimental works of all genres.
All submissions are limited to 650 words. Please leave your name off the submission.

Theme: Ode

Deadline: 27 November

Genre: Everything literary

To submit: https://roughcutpress.com/submit/

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The platform is a literary journal committed to publishing the best in short fiction and non-fiction. They only accept original works that have not been published elsewhere.

Deadline: December 31

Genre: Fiction, Flash Fiction, 10-word Stories, Non-fiction, Essays, Memoirs

To submit: http://potatosoupjournal.com/submissions/

Description:

Flash Fiction February now in its fifth year is an event during which we will feature a new piece of flash fiction throughout February 2022.

Description: We are interested in stories with a contemporary feel. They may be on any subject : challenging, dramatic, playful, cryptic but above all, they must be well crafted and compelling.

Deadline: December 31st, 2021

Genre: Short Stories (500-2500 words)

To submit: https://fictivedream.com/submission-guidelines/

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Panoply, a literary zine is open for submissions for Issue 20.

Deadline:

Genre: Poetry, Prose

To submit: www.panopolyzine.submittable.com/submit

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Big City Lit calls for submissions for its Winter Issue
We only accept unpublished materials.

Deadline: December 15th

Genre: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Book Reviews, Flash Fiction, Poetry.

To submit: https://nycbigcitylit.com/submission-guidelines/

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For the theme, think of things, people, ideas left behind.
It can also take the form of a new beginning.

Deadline: November 30th

Genre: Poetry, Prose (Fiction or Nonfiction)

To submit: https://lawrencehouse.ca/departure-call-for-submissions/

Description:

For this issue, TI is going back to roots and writers are to do so by reflecting on, examining, and re-establishing our connection to nature. With this prompt, we wish to encompass both the small and large scale interactions between peoples and nature.

They are interested in seeing pieces on interpretations on the theme!

Genre: Poetry, Prose, Fiction, Hybrids, Art

Deadline: 10, December 2021

To Submit: www.thirdiriszine.com/submit

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Dark of the moon or full. These are times of great mystery, of great magic. Moon light is our companion in the night, lighting our way or giving us second thoughts. We use light of the moon in it’s monthly travels to mark the passage of time and reflect on our gains or losses.

What does moon light make you think of, be it mysterious or mundane?

Genre: Poetry (3-10), Prose (not more than 15 pages), Art (1-10 artworks)

To Submit: Send your best works via a mail to (as a doc) blueasanorangemag@gmail.com

Read more on their website blueasanorange.weebly.com/submissions.html

Issue theme: No theme

Genre: Poetry (3-5 poems), Fiction/essays (5,000 words), Non-fiction, Art

Deadline: May 22, 2022

Description:

The Cumberland River Review accepts unsolicited submissions from both emerging and established writers. 

Young writers across the globe are encouraged to enter for their recent opening closing May, 2022 (before slots are filled).

To Submit: Submittable | cumberlandriverreview.submittable.com/submit

Categories: Stories, Poetry, Articles, News

Submit your works to be featured on Boardspeck, a growing community for writers, poets to contribute. Sign up via boardspeck.com

Categories: Poetry

Noblepoetry is a new blog sites that allows users share their musings and grow their networks through it. Join the site via noblepoetry.com

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Since establishment in 2003, ē· rā/ tiō has been online for over fifteen years and has consistently presented a diversity of new, first-time and emerging writers alongside some of the most recognized writers of our time. Writers are welcome to submit their works on the platform for a feature.

Genre: Poetry

To Submit: www.eratiopostmodernpoetry.com/contact

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Writers and creatives globally are welcome to submit for the Winter Issue of New Feathers – an online literature and art magazine, published three times annually. They are currently open for their winter issue which runs from October 1 to November 1.

Genre: Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry, Art, Video, Music

Deadline: 10, December 2021

To Submit: www.newfeathersanthology.com/submit

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Dark of the moon or full. These are times of great mystery, of great magic. Moon light is our companion in the night, lighting our way or giving us second thoughts. We use light of the moon in it’s monthly travels to mark the passage of time and reflect on our gains or losses.

What does moon light make you think of, be it mysterious or mundane?

Issue theme: Moon Light

Genre: 50-word short story

Deadline: October 15th

To Submit: Send your best stories of approximately 50 words about moon light in the body of an email to blinkinkinfo@gmail.com.

Read more on their website www.blink-ink.org/current-submissions/

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New Feathers Anthology opens submission for their summer issue. Read past issues for an idea of interests.

Deadline: July 1

Genre: Poetry, Visual Art, Fiction, Nonfiction, Drama, Short Videos And Music

Link for guidelines and submission www.newfeathersanthology.com/submit.html

Deadline: July 31

Genre: prose, poetry, art, photography and comics

Prize: $10 per accepted piece

Link for submission http://2021.volneyroadreview.com/submit/

Description:

Each issue of About Place Journal; the arts publication of the Black Earth Institute, focuses on a specific theme. 

This time, we’ll be accepting submissions for our Fall 2021 issue.

Our mission is to have art address the causes of spirit, earth, and society; to protect the earth; and to build a more just and interconnected world.

Deadline: July 15

Genre: Prose, Poetry, Visual Art, Photography, Videos, Music

Theme: When We Are Lost / How We Are Found.

Link for guidelines and submission http://aboutplacejournal.org/submissions/

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Okpako Cecilia Omotorhe

Okpako Cecilia Omotorhe is a freelance journalist, content writer,avid reader and a poet. She believes in adding valuable impact to people and helping them understand more about topics or situations. She appreciates honesty,hardwork and active determination. She can be reached at okpako.torhe@gmail.com.

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