BlueHouse is putting together our first issue, and we are still looking for work by emerging and established writers that frame the “I voice” in a new and exciting way! We love poetry, concrete poetry, lyric essay, creative non-fiction, flash and micro fiction and so much more!
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BlueHouse is now accepting submissions for our first issue! We are looking for cross-genre, experimental, contemporary work that fizzes in the mind and lingers long after it’s read.
Submission deadline: 1 August 2019
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Submissions are now open for issue #2 of The Ham.
We’re looking for short-fiction, poetry, art, and photography based around the theme(s) of ‘Change & Stasis’. Please see the submissions page for guidelines and further details.
Copies of issue #1 of The Ham can now be ordered online. This first issue contains work from a whopping 51 contributors, and is free of charge – you will only be charged for the price of postage.
Finally, we are very excited to announce plans for a launch party to celebrate the release of our inaugural issue. The venue is the wonderful community owned Ivy House in Nunhead, the date is Tuesday 13th December, and we’ll be kicking things off from around 7.30pm. There will be live readings from contributors, and music from the amazing Whiskey Moonface. The event is free, open to the public, and there will be lots of copies of issue #1 to take away for free. Come along if you can, the more the merrier, it should be a great way to meet other lovers of short-stories and poetry, and to hear some wonderful readings and music. Drop me an email to email@example.com if you would like to do a reading of your work too!
The first issue of The Nottingham Review is now available! It includes 12 original short stories, with a cover by David Sillitoe, and can be read on the website (recommended for mobile users), downloaded/viewed as a PDF, downloaded for Kindle or read online at Issuu here: http://www.thenottinghamreview.com/read/
Submissions are now open for Issue 2 (December 2015). There is no theme, so general submissions are welcome, but I am also looking for a few winter-themed stories for the collection. Please see the website for submission guidelines.
Submissions opened for The Nottingham Review (coming September 2015) earlier this month. We’ve had some great stories submitted so far and Issue 1 looks to be shaping up quite nicely. If you’ve got something you want us to consider for our first issue (50-3000 words), please submit it!
Please see this post on our website for more details about the kinds of stories we’re looking for.
Submission guidelines can be found here.
We look forward to hearing from you.