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ongoing CAUGHT IN THE NET FEATURED POET SERIES 

To be considered as a featured poet in Caught in the Net or for our Poem of the Week, please send one poem and bio to info@poetrykit.org mark subject “poetry submission” 

 

20th December 2014

Visions with Voices is currently accepting submissions for its winter 2015 issue. Submissions are welcome year round. For inclusion in the winter issue, please submit by December 20.

 

Visions with Voices is a quarterly journal of Spoken Word poetry and narrative.  If the poet does not have an mp3 of their work, we will have it performed by a professional television and radio personality on our staff. Your work will be presented elegantly on its own page with like and tweet buttons.

 

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http://visionswithvoices.com

31st December 2014

Long Exposure Magazine is a new online based magazine and creative project based in Wales, U.K. The aims behind the project are primarily to investigate ways in which the visual and textual can interact and inspire one another, and furthermore what both images and literature continue to reveal to us about issues such as history and identity, including both creative and critical approaches. We are looking to publish poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction and scholarly work, a typical submission being 6 poems or 2 pieces of prose. Our current focus is on ekphrastic poetry, with critical work on this genre also forthcoming.

Our scope is both inclusive and international. The magazine has so far published work and received submissions from around the UK and the U.S., and featured work by writers with a strong history of writing and publication as well as giving a first publication to others.

Our website and progress so far, including full submissions guidelines, can be viewed here: http://longexposuremagazine.com/ and all submissions or other enquiries sent to editor@longexposuremagazine.com.

We are looking to continue to develop and gain the interest of writers and artists as potential contributors and to expand our readership, building towards a first full digital edition, and possibly print copies in the future.

31st December 2014

mgv2>publishing is calling for submissions of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and artwork for a very special anthology collecting as many Irish artists and writers as possible.
Co edited by Peter O'Neill, this anthology is due out on April 16, 2015.
All submissions must be sent as an attachment to mgv2publishing [at] gmail [dot] com
From this day to December 31 for the anthology to be published through lulu.com and amazon.com both in paperback and Kindle.
One or two fiction/non-fiction, three work of art, poems or flash fiction.
One of the artist's work will be chosen as a cover art.
Tough we won't check your identity, you must be from Irish descent living in a foreign country and/or living in Ireland -- including Ulster of course.
No monetary payment but each contributor will receive a digital version of the anthology with the possibility to order a print anthology at editor's price.
Queries to be addressed to Walter Ruhlmann editor of the journal mgversion2>datura, the literary blog Beakful, and publisher at mgv2>publishing.

Call for submissions: Irish Literature Anthology

1st January 2015 Between the Lines. call for submissions  www.hnu.edu/betweenthelines,
23rd January 2015 Popshot
I
f you would like the opportunity to have your short fiction or poetry published and illustrated in the next issue of Popshot, find out the full submissions guidelines at the submit page on our website — and make sure that you send your work in long before the January 23rd deadline. To get the best idea of what we like to publish, we always encourage potential contributors to read the magazine before submitting. Over the years, we've observed that the people who read Popshot are the best judges of what to write for it, so to increase your chances of publication, pick up a printed copy or read it online.

31st January 2015 VOICES ISRAEL 2015 ANTHOLOGY – SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN
Submissions to Voices Israel 2015 Annual Anthology (Volume 41) are now open.
Submissions are accepted from Voices members and non-members alike. There is no fee
for submitting poems to the Anthology. Paid up members of Voices Israel will receive a
copy of the anthology once it comes out, whether they are published or not, shipping fees
included. Non-members may order copies for NIS50 (US$ 25) each, shipping inclusive.
GUIDELINES
Submissions for the Anthology are accepted from November 1st 2014 to January 31st.
2015. Poems will then be sent to the editorial board, reviewed, selected, and notices sent
out to contributors. The anthology will be printed by September 1st or earlier and
distributed before the holidays.
ONLINE SUBMISSIONS
This year all submissions must be made using our online submission form. To submit
your poems online please go to the Anthology Submissions page on the Voices website
and fill out the form there: http://www.voicesisrael.com/anthologysubmissions.htm
No revisions of poems will be accepted after submission!
1st February 2015

The Tomato Anthology

Now Open for Submissions!
We want your tomatoes.
Well, not literally. We want your tomato stories. Yes, you read that right. Stories about tomatoes. And poetry. And recipes. And artwork.
Ink Monkey and Amoeba Ink are joining together to create an anthology dedicated to the fruit/vegetable. And we need you.
Guidelines:
Tomatoes MUST play a large part in your piece. No, it doesn’t have to be an ode to your love (or hate) of the tomato, but you have to include them somehow in your story. If we can’t find the tomato reference, we won’t take your story, no matter how good it is.
Stories must be under 7500 words. If you have a piece that is longer, query first. Any genre will be considered. Remember the tomato.
We will also accept poetry of any length, original recipes, and artwork. The artwork must be reproducible in black and white. We have a cover artist, so don’t even ask.
Stories must be PG-13 or milder. We will consider some language and slight violence, so long as it is important to the story.
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Fried Green Tomatoes, Veggie Tales, and Ratatouille have been done before. Be original.
Payment and release:
We plan to release this anthology at the Tomato Arts Festival in East Nashville, TN, in summer of 2015. A Kickstarter campaign will launch before that.
Story authors will be paid as follows: Under 3k - $10, over 3k - $20. Miscellaneous pieces (artwork, recipes, poetry of at least a page) - $5. Haiku - $1 each.
In the event of a successful Kickstarter campaign, we will increase these payment amounts.
Contributors will also be able to purchase contributor copies at a discount.
OPEN SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE FEBRUARY 1, 2015, via the submittable form.
No exceptions to the deadline.
The anthology officially releases August 7, 2015.

15th February 2015

"Tellus is seeking poems which bring ancient worlds to new life. Whether it's a quirky version of a Horatian ode, a monologue by a twenty-first century Eurydice or a satirical take on Pompeian tourism, Tellus celebrates the vibrant and varied ways in which contemporary poets are imagining and reinventing the classical past. Deadline for submissions: 15th February 2015. Submissions are free and should be emailed to Ailsa Hunt at poetry@tellusmagazine.co.uk. Poems must not exceed 100 lines."

31st March 2015

The Font – A Literary Journal for Language Teachers

 

The Font is a online journal which publishes creative writing on topics of interest to language teachers at home and abroad. We are currently inviting submissions of poetry for the April 2015 issue. Submission guidelines can be viewed at http://thefontjournal.com/submissions/.

Submissions should be made to submissions@thefontjournal.com.

 

 

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