Most events are installed on their deadline date, unless there is a long submission window or unless it's a rolling submission.

P=Poetry, N=Nonfiction, F=Fiction


PFN – MQR Mixtape Seeking Submissions about Rage

MQR Mixtape

This issue seeks to hold space for the “ugly feelings” we are often told to tame, to clean up, and to quiet: our rage, our annoyance, our frustration. We aim to honor the wisdom of unruly emotions.


PN – Chicken Soup for the Soul Series Seeking Funny Stories

Chicken Soup for the Soul Series

Laughter is the best medicine. We are looking for stories about something that happened to you in your life that made you and the people around you laugh out loud. We can't wait to hear your true stories. We want them to be silly, outrageous and hilarious, and they absolutely must make us laugh!

PFN – Lifespan Series Seeking Submissions on the Theme: Older

Lifespan Series

Submissions must include something about growing older / ageing. The Lifespan Series offers a unique opportunity to contribute works taking characters across the arc of their whole lives, whether prose or poetry, fiction or non-fiction.

P – Bermuda Triangle Prize. Theme: Relationships

Bermuda Triangle Prize

We are open to interpretations on the theme: love, friendship, companionship; losing relations, relationships to animals, plants, and objects; relationships between ecosystems or among the stars. Send us your interpretation however literal or liberal.


PFN – Amsterdam Quarterly Seeking Submissions. Theme: Vibration(s)

Amsterdam Quarterly

Send us pieces about music, background noise, or other aspects of your sensory or extrasensory perception. What do you see, feel, and/or remember when you hear certain pieces of music or environmental sounds? How have you been able to minimise the noise and increase the good vibrations in your life?

N – Call for Submissions to HerStry. Theme: Coming of Age


We often can only see our coming-of-age stories in retrospect, not as they are happening to us. Those moments that flung us over the line from childhood to adulthood. In June, we want those coming of age moments.