Our next contest deadline is July the 28th, and we also have new monthly themes for other A3 Review contests till November. We’re looking for short fiction, mini essays, poetry and artwork on the theme of Ears, Hats and Triangles, for example.
Visit our Submittable page for all the details.
The next theme is Thieves. Hearts, heists, identities, or apricots from a neighbour’s tree. We like work that feels immediate and edgy, so check out the prompts and start creating now! We welcome submissions from around the world.
Three winners per issue receive cash prizes, and all monthly winners receive contributor copies, back issues and Writing Maps. All the details are here.
You can read some of the work that we feature in The A3 Review on our Instagram page.
Any questions, please do write to us at a3 [at] writingmaps.com
Submissions are now open at our new venture, doppelgänger. We are looking to publish x 3 realist short stories and x 3 magical realist short stories in one short but sweet print magazine. We hope that the clash of these two forms will be at least disconcerting and at best interesting. You can find all our submission guidelines in a handy pdf on our website, but in brief the word limit rests at 4,000 words and we are open until 30 September 2017.
We have broad tastes and, besides the restrictions on form, typically approach fiction with an open mind. We are interested just as much in new writers as writers with a record. Pay attention to your sentences, and give us a good ending, and you are in with a shot. Writers who follow the submission guidelines will be viewed favourably (only fair). All submissions should go to email@example.com. Any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are stoked to receive your submissions.
This is a final call for submissions from free literary & arts zine The Ham.
We have set a final submission deadline for our first issue of September 1st, and we hope to go to print by the end of that month. The response to our initial calls for submissions has been fantastic, but we still have a few pages to fill with your short stories, poetry, and visual arts.
The theme for the first issue is the letter ‘A’. Interpret that how you will.
Please send all submissions to email@example.com
For submission guidelines see https://thehamfreepress.wordpress.com/submit/
We look forward to hearing from you.
Although we already have a vast range of photographers, artists and graphic designers involved in our up and coming print magazine Chroma, we still need writers, journalists, poets and philosophers.
The first issue is based around the colour red. This can be interpreted in many different ways. We are in particular looking for writing that focuses upon: love, lust, passion, sex, anger, meat, blood, communism, capitalism and any other red object you can think of.
If you are a creative writer, thinker, poet, or have any interest in writing a philosophical (ideas based) article, please get in contact with us.
We are looking for work from around 500-1000 words long, poems no longer than an A4 page.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE 30TH APRIL 2016
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Run by students on the MMU’s MA Creative Writing programme, Avis Magazine seeks work from new and emerging writers on the theme of migration.
Across geographies big and small, wide and minor; across borders and boundaries, fences, walls, and lines in the sand. Think comets through the cosmos and piercings through the skin; people, their lives, their losses. Dip your fingers in your inkwells and let us have it. We support emerging writers – so if you’ve never had a story or poem published, send something across. We’re a print journal, so if your work is strange and/or lovely and you like to see it in a magazine, get in touch.
We are looking for your finest short stories and flash.
Submit up to 1 short story and 3 pieces of flash.
The short story word limit is 2,000 words.
The flash should range from 100 to 1000 words maximum.
We are hungry for your leanest verse.
Submit up to 4 pieces of poetry.
The line-count limit is 40 lines per poem.
We have a small section for essays and meditations on the issue’s theme.
Submit 1 piece of non-fiction of up to 2,000 words.
For more details, include the format for submissions, deadlines, etc. go here
. You’ll find contact details on the website if you have any queries.
The Avis Team