+ Online sources to subscribe to and render this feature obsolete:
- P&W Magazine
- Buffalo ~ Poetics List (not just calls but interesting discussions too)
- Creative Writing Opportunities (Announcement List, YahooGroups)
- The Poetry Kit
- places for writers
- NewPages Classifieds ~ Calls
Got suggestions? PS: we want to sites for prose calls. Lists, groups or online pubs/blogs to recommend? Please share.
Seeking 9/11 Anniversary Poems : Your reflections, a decade later
The deadline for submissions to the Alibi haiku contest has passed, but there’s still a chance to get your words out. The Alibi is seeking short poems about 9/11: tributes, reactions, aftermath and related angles. Editorial staff will choose a smattering of the best and publish them in the haiku issue, which happens to come out a few days before the 10th anniversary of the tragedy. Email your poems to email@example.com by Saturday, Sept. 3.
The Rag, an Albuquerque monthly poetry broadside which has been distributed free at coffee houses and bookstores throughout the city for over 10 years, is seeking submissions.
Guidelines: Poems should be no longer than thirty lines including stanza breaks. Previously published poems are OK. Rhyming poetry is not generally published excerpt for form poems. We are looking for new poets as well as previously published poets. Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org or snail to Karin Bradberry, 11322 Campo del Sol NE, Albuquerque, NM 87123. Authors receive 2 copies of the Rag as payment for published poems. Subscriptions also available for $15/yr. Send check to Karin Bradberry at above address.The P&J's Nuclear Resistance Calendar deadline has been extended to September 9, 2011. Send submissions and questions to email@example.com
Please spread the word immediately to your circles of creative folks who'd like to submit their work for this publication. It will be printed by the end of October, ready to help everyone organize their schedules for 2012 and put a peaceful end to the nuclear age eventually.
The 2012 day-planner will have a focus on the disasters of 2011 as a reminder of the work needed to achieve a nuclear-free future. (Disasters of Fukushima/nuclear power plants; March 2011, Las Conchas/ NM pueblos; June-August 2011, & potential East Coast USA/nuclear; September 2011). This year's calendar is dedicated to Tony GA, Don TH and Ed Grothus. Examples include an on-line version, 2006; Info/art from a few years ago; last year's Catholic Worker cover
- Submit a .jpg of art/photography by email with size, medium and date produced.
- For the poetry, please state the year the poem was penned.
- For art or poetry, PLEASE include the artist's/poet's name.
Please spread the word immediately to your circles of creative folks who'd like to submit their work for this publication. It will be printed by the end of October, ready to help everyone organize their schedules for 2012 and put a peaceful end to the nuclear age eventually.Anderbo Novel Contest Deadline September 21st, 2011
ANDERBO SEEKS NOVELIST for its 2nd Biannual No-Fee Novel Contest, The Mercer Street Books Fiction Prize. Anderbo.com wishes to post up to the first 36 manuscript pages of an unpublished novel on its website by December 21st, 2011 for at least the following six months. We will look at the FIRST 36 PAGES (up to 9,000 words) of your e-manuscript submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. com and decide within 60 days of its arrival if we want to see more.
YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR MANUSCRIPT ENTRY WITHIN THE BODY OF THE E-MAIL—NO ATTACHMENTS! THERE IS NO READING FEE and all literary rights will remain with the author. NO NOVEL SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER SEPTEMBER 21st, 2011. This contest is not open to anyone previously published on anderbo.com at any time.
This Anderbo No-Fee Novel Contest will be judged by the anderbo.com editorial staff; Anderbo guarantees to choose and use one manuscript-excerpt. There will be an honorarium of $500 paid by the sponsor of this contest, Mercer Street Books & Records, to the winning author upon publication on Anderbo.