Comics

Call :: Storm Cellar Open to Submissions – Surprise Them!

Deadline: Rolling
Storm Cellar, a journal of safety and danger, seeks amazing, adventurous new writing, art, and photography. Indigenous, Black, POC, gender nonconforming, women, LGBTQIA+, disabled, neurodivergent, fat, poor, and border-straddling authors encouraged. Midwest connections a plus. Specific, strong, and strange voices welcome: surprise them! Full guidelines at stormcellar.org/submit and submission manager at stormcellar.submittable.com.

Call :: Palooka Seeks Diverse Forms & Styles Year-round

Don’t forget that international literary magazine Palooka is is open to chapbook and journal submissions year-round. For a decade they’ve featured up-and-coming, established, and brand-new writers, artists, and photographers from all around the world. They’re open to diverse forms and styles and are always seeking unique chapbooks, fiction, poetry, nonfiction, artwork, photography, graphic narratives, and comic strips. Give them your best shot! palookamag.com

Call :: About Place Closes to Submissions on August 1

About Place Resistance, Resilience Call for SubmissionsDeadline: August 1, 2020
Each issue of About Place Journal, the arts publication of the Black Earth Institute, focuses on a specific theme. We will close to submissions for our Fall 2020 issue Works of Resistance, Resilience on August 1. Our mission: to have art address the causes of spirit, earth, and society; to protect the earth; and to build a more just and interconnected world. We publish prose, poetry, visual art, photography, video, and music which fit the current theme. More about this issue’s theme and our submission guidelines: aboutplacejournal.org/submissions/.

Driftwood Press – Issue 7.2

Featured in our latest issue is the 2020 In-House Contest winning story “Trash Man” by Jessica Holbert alongside another story, “The Taxidermist,” by Seth Tucker. The poetry in this issue explores the emotional and physical connections to different geographies and technologies, from abandoned lighthouses and frost-covered pastures to half-truth news coverage and Harry Potter. Wrapping up the issue are visual arts and comics by Coz Frimpong, Geoffrey Detrani, Yi-hui Huang, Aimee Cozza, and Jason Hart. Read more at the Driftwood Press website.

Call :: Otis Nebula Fall 2020 Issue

Deadline: July 31
Otis Nebula has been publishing incandescent, substantial work that operates on its own terms since 2009. The theme of this issue is: They said it couldn’t be done! Please interpret this wildly and loosely and visit our “contribute” page for more information. While there, why not take a gander at some of our previous issues? If you dig what we’re doing, send us stuff. (If you don’t, maybe don’t.) We look forward to seeing what you’ve been up to!

Call :: Storm Cellar Seeks Amazing & Adventurous New Writing & Art

Deadline: Rolling
Storm Cellar, a journal of safety and danger, seeks amazing, adventurous new writing, art, and photography. Indigenous, Black, POC, gender nonconforming, women, LGBTQIA+, disabled, neurodivergent, fat, poor, and border-straddling authors encouraged. Midwest connections a plus. Specific, strong, and strange voices welcome: surprise us! Full guidelines at stormcellar.org/submit and submission manager at stormcellar.submittable.com.

Call :: Palooka Open to Lit Mag & Chapbook Submissions Year-round

Palooka is an international literary magazine. For a decade we’ve featured up-and-coming, established, and brand-new writers, artists, and photographers from all around the world. We’re open to diverse forms and styles and are always seeking unique chapbooks, fiction, poetry, nonfiction, artwork, photography, graphic narratives, and comic strips. Issue 11 featured work by Paul Luikart, Duke Stewart, Nils Blondon, Khalilah Okeke, Tim Chapman, Mark Halpern, Clark Merrefield, Leanne Hoppe, Donald Illich, and Malia Nahinu. Give us your best shot! Submissions open year-round. palookamag.com

Call :: Second Revolution Literary Magazine Issue 2

Deadline: Rolling
We are currently seeking submissions for the second issue of Second Revolution. All forms of written and visual work are accepted, and poetry especially is encouraged; most submissions will be given personalized feedback. We seek to publish vivid work that is emotionally potent and history, socially, or culturally significant. Investigative blog articles are also encouraged. More details about the publication may be found www.secondrevolutionmag.com, and submissions may be emailed to secondrevolutionmag@gmail.com.

Call :: About Place Journal Seeks Submissions through August 1

About Place Resistance, Resilience Call for SubmissionsDeadline: August 1, 2020
Each issue of About Place Journal, the arts publication of the Black Earth Institute, focuses on a specific theme. From 6/1 to 8/1 they’ll be accepting submissions for their Fall 2020 issue Works of Resistance, Resilience. Their mission: to have art address the causes of spirit, earth, and society; to protect the earth; and to build a more just and interconnected world. They publish prose, poetry, visual art, photography, video, and music which fit the current theme. More about this issue’s theme and their submission guidelines: aboutplacejournal.org/submissions/.

Call :: Harvard College Children’s Stories’ New Anthology: COVID Edition

Deadline: June 15, 2020
Harvard College Children Stories is currently accepting submissions to compile an anthology to support kids during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please visit our website if you would like to support this project and learn more about submitting: harvardchildrensstories.com/anthology. Thank you so much!