Woodcrest, the literary journal of Cabrini University, announces their reading period is now open through November 1 (or until their limit is reached). They aim to publish work that surprises and challenges the human experience and encourage writers to reach their past issues before submitting. There is no fee. See their full ad in the NewPages Classifieds to learn more.
Qua Literary and Fine Arts Magazine, a student-run publication from the University of Michigan-Flint, is accepting submissions for its Fall 2022 issue. Writers need to reside in the state of Michigan to submit. Send work by October 2, 2022.
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That’s right. As of July 1, literary magazine Chestnut Review began accepting work for their Winter 2023. You have until September 30 to submit poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, and photography. No fee for shorter works; $5 fee for longer works. They are a paying market! Stop by their ad in the NewPages Classifieds to learn more.
Cherry Tree: A National Literary Journal is open to submissions for its next issue through October 1, 2022. They want to read your fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. The $3 reading fee helps them to pay contributors and 10% of those fees will be donated to Minary’s Dream Alliance, a community nonprofit with strong mentorship programs for at-risk youth. The editors will make a matching donation.
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Consequence’s Fall 2022 reading period officially opened to submissions on July 15! They are seeking any and all literary and visual art that deals with the human consequences and realities of war or geopolitical violence as experienced by combatants, victims, or witnesses. They especially are seeking fiction and translation. See their ad in the NewPages Classifieds to learn more.
In this issue you’ll find nuggets of contentment as authors share stories of disability and the connections they experience with those who travel this journey with them. A pioneer in its field, Kaleidoscope magazine publishes literature and artwork that creatively explore the experience of disability. Submit your best work to us today! Visit our website or view our flyer for more information.
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Divot Poetry wants to read your poems for Issues 5 and 6. We value fresh imagery and startling ways to describe the human condition. See our submission guidelines for full information. We look forward to reading your poetry; you inspire us. View flyer or visit website to learn more.
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River Heron Review online poetry journal offers readers a supplemental issue, Poems, For Now, highlighting poems responding to the current socio-political climate. Writers are invited to submit up to three poems that respond to the questions: What are the issues that concern you? Prompt you to action? The next submission period is July 15 – September 15 with publication on October 15, 2022. River Heron Review will donate $1 from each submission fee to Philabundance, the Philadelphia area’s largest hunger-relief organization and a member of Feeding America.
Online and print literary magazine Chestnut Review closed to submissions for its Autumn 2022 issue on June 30. They are now seeking work from stubborn artists for their Winter 2023 issue due out in January. They pay $120 per published piece. View their ad in the NewPages Classifieds to learn more.
Interim is open to submission for its 2022 print issue through September 1. They are interested in work devoted to music that isn’t so much “about” music, but rather “enacts or composes” it. See their ad in the NewPages Classifieds for more information.