New Titles from Livingston Press by James Braziel, Mark Budman, Daren Dean, William Gay, and Terence Gallagher. See our flier for more information. We will announce the Tartt winner soon and then will resume open reading for fiction titles.
Accepting Submissions Year-Round
In addition to American authors, this issue includes the work of seven writers from abroad who share experiences that reveal we are more alike than we are different. A pioneer in its field, Kaleidoscope magazine publishes literature and artwork that creatively explores the experience of disability. Submit your best work to us today! Visit our website for more information.
After she defies the rigid, oppressive Confucian tradition of order and conformity, Sonju descends from an aristocratic upbringing to working at a men’s club. In spite of social condemnations and personal tragedies, her determination to be her own person never wavers. Available now from Madville Publishing and all online retailers.
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Extended Deadline: June 30, 2021
Winner receives $1,500, publication, twenty-five copies, and promotional support. All full-length fiction manuscripts welcome, including novels; novellas; collections of stories, flash fiction, short-shorts; and linked collections. There is no maximum length. To submit, please access our convenient online submission manager. Final judge is Kristen Arnett, the NYT bestselling author of Mostly Dead Things (Tin House, 2019).
With keynote speaker, Luci Tapahonso
Join your fellow writers at the virtual 5th Annual Taos, New Mexico, Writers Conference on Zoom. Panel presentation on “Writing about Race, Class, Culture & Gender” plus over 20 workshops in all genres. Faculty include: Frank X Walker, CMarie Fuhrman, Levi Romero, Ari Honarvar, Stephanie Han, Jeremy Paden, Margaret Garcia and many more. Go to our website, call 575-758-0081, or email us.
Deadline June 30, 2021
Winning Writers will award a grand prize of $5,000 in its seventh annual North Street Book Prize competition, and $13,750 in all. Co-sponsored by BookBaby and Carolyn Howard-Johnson. Recommended by Reedsy and the Alliance of Independent Authors. $65 entry fee. Submit online or by mail. View full guidelines at our website.
Coed Summer Graduate Programs
Pursue graduate study during an intensive six-week summer session. Programs are available in: Children’s Book Writing & Illustrating; Children’s Literature (MA or MFA); Playwriting (MFA); Screenwriting & Film Studies (MA); Screenwriting (MFA). This summer courses will be offered virtually from June 21 – July 30. For more information, visit our website or call (540) 362-6575.