Monday, December 13, 2010

Deadlines collected from Buffalo Poetics

...listings include links whenever possible, so you can look over the publication to see if it's a fit for your work. If not, then not but the opportunity to read more new poetry is never time wasted for any poet.

If I make a habit of this - no guarantees, it will be in this or a similar format - easier to do multiple listings rather than one but from just one source at a time. i.e. Buffalo Poetics, P&W Magazine, Poetry, and others. Each has its own style, and, I suspect, its followers their own as well. Poetics runs to the global and experimental, frequently posts updates on poetry blogs, poetry online, new publications, reviews, poetry events. 

So now...

Hi Everyone, Just wanted to let you know that Talking Writing is open for submissions through January 15. Please send 3-5 poems to

Tripwire, a journal of poetics, was founded in 1998 by Yedda Morrison and David Buuck. Six issues were published between 1998-2002, with a special supplement published in September, 2004 for the RNC protests in New York. In 2011, Tripwire is being re-launched, with several new issues to be announced soon. 

Please go to to find information about submissions, back issues, a new translation micro-grant initiative, find us on facebook, etc...

David Buuck

NEW AMERICAN PRESS is accepting submissions for the 2010 New American Poetry Prize. POSTMARK DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JANUARY 1, 2010.Winner receives $1000 and a publication contract, including 25 author's copies (additional author's copies available at a 40 percent  discount). Final judge will be the poet, essayist, and editor  T.R. Hummer, author of such collections as Infinity Sessions (LSU Press)  and the essay collection The Muse in the Machine (University of Georgia Press). His work has appeared in Atlantic Monthly, Harper's, The New Yorker, Paris Review, and other major journals.   
 Please submit 40-100 pages of your best poetry to:
New American Press Poetry Contest, Attn: Okla Elliott
1830 Orchard Place, Ste. C
Urbana, IL 61801
We read manuscripts blind, so please include a  separate cover sheet with your name, address, email, and phone number,  being sure to exclude any identifying information from the manuscript  itself. 
Please include a check or money order payable to "NEW AMERICAN PRESS" in the amount of $20 for each submission and a SASE for contest results. 
Multiple and simultaneous submissions encouraged, but please notify us immediately if your manuscript is accepted elsewhereFor more information, please visit: or email
The first issue of Eccolinguistics is set to go and will be mailed in early 2011 -- thank you to all who have responded -- the list of 200 is underway, if you would like to be included please send your mailing address to:

It's free.  FREE.

Contributors in this issue: John Bloomberg-Rissman, Steve Dalachinsky, Patrick James Dunagan, Whit Griffin, W. Scott Howard, Mary Kasimor, Michael Leong, E.J. McAdams, Deborah Meadows, Philip Meersman, Jonathan Minton, Richard Owens, Nate Pritts, Chuck Richardson, Andrew Schelling, Brandon Shimoda, Tyrone Williams

In addition to sending along your mailing info (only hard copies will go out)
. We are also accepting work for the next issue -- poetry, prose, visual, otherwise -- which can be sent electronically  to  We have no defined reading periods -- Happy reading-- Jared 

The University of Arizona Poetry Center in Tucson offers two residencies of two to four weeks between June 1 and August 31, 2011, to a poet and a fiction writer or a nonfiction writer at any stage of their careers. The residents are provided with housing and a weekly stipend of $150 each, but are responsible for their own food, travel, and other expenses. Submit up to 10 pages of poetry or 20 pages of prose, a three-page proposal, and a resume or curriculum vitae with a $20 application fee by February 25. Visit the Poetry Center Residencies page for complete guidelines.

and/or, a print journal for creative experimental writing and/or innovative graphic art, seeks submissions from writers and/or other sorts of artists whose work openly challenges the boundaries (mimetic, aesthetic, symbolic, cultural, political, philosophical, economic, spiritual, etc.) of literary and/or artistic expression.  Please visit our submissions page at for details.  Deadline for consideration for Volume 2, March 1, 2011.              

Upstairs at Duroc, the literary journal published in Paris, France, seeks submissions for its Issue # 13.  We publish English language poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction and translations.  We welcome innovative or cross-genre forms, prose poems and flash fiction. Standalone excerpts from longer works will also be considered. Submit no more than 5 poems, or two prose pieces not exceeding 2000 words each.  Include cover sheet with name, address, phone number, email address, word count for prose, and a short Bio.  

We also seek artwork: photographs, drawings, etchings in black and white or color. Send in JPEG format.

Send snail mail submissions to the WICE office: WICE/Upstairs at Duroc, 7 Cité Falguière, 75015 Paris, France.  Send email submissions to with "Upstairs at Duroc Submission" in the 
subject line.  Copies of Upstairs at Duroc can be obtained at our readings or at the WICE office.

For complete guidelines and examples of published work, see our Web pages at (click on Free Events).  We prefer email submissions.  Deadline: January 31, 2011. 

Announcing the premier issue of Certain Circuits. We accept poetry, fiction, art, and multimedia (can include film, theatre, animations, video, music, performance). 

Click here: for the prototype (final permanent site to follow with the first issue.) We exist online and in print.  All published artists receive print copy with

Please send a 50 word bio with submissions. All submissions are by email to: Submit up to 10 pages of poetry, 10,000 words for fiction/drama, jpgs at 300 dpi for art, and query for multimedia.  An external link will be accepted for multimedia.

So this is your chance to send in submissions!  Please do spread the word.

Bonnie MacAllister
Founding Editor

::: Call for Submissions for a Special **ADAPTATION** Issue of WHR (Spring 2011) :::

The editors invite submissions that exemplify or address the phenomenon of ADAPTATION. Fiction, poetry and criticism are all welcome, as well as writing in hybrid genres that combine or adapt more traditional  forms.

Edited by Lance Olsen // Scott Black // Craig Dworkin // Paisley Rekdal. Submission Period: January 1, 2011 through March 15, 2011 (postmark date)

Guidelines:  If one long prosaic piece (essays, fiction, etc.), no more than 25 pages; If poems or shorter pieces, up to 5 pieces (totaling not more than 25 pages) /// Everything should be in a format that can be printed in WHR's standard journal format (black and white), and should be sent via regular mail.

Send questions to: 

Submit your ADAPTATIONS to (please do not forget to designate as for the "Adaptations Issue" on the mailing envelope):

Western Humanities Review
c/o dawn lonsinger, University of Utah English Dept.
255 S. Central Campus Dr., LNCO 3500
Salt Lake City, UT 841112

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