Call for submissions: Fall 2021 (3.2) Childhood memories (print issue)Submission window opens September 1, closing November 1.
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
Ninth Letter will be accepting submissions of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for a special online edition with the theme of "Return"
We are looking for quality poetry, fiction, nonfiction and Siouxland essays.
We are especially interested in work that addresses contemporary North American concerns and issues, particularly with the environment, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and class.
The Gabriele Rico Challenge for Nonfiction recognizes outstanding works of creative nonfiction.
the Edwin Markham Prize honors outstanding works of poetry. Our taste is eclectic and celebrates the wonderful diversity of forms, styles, and levels of diction available to the contemporary poet.
This award is intended to recognize the finest speculative fiction, which can include, but is not limited to, work influenced by the postmodern science-fiction of Kurt Vonnegut.
Participating poets can be any age, but must not have published a full-length book of poetry.
The Malahat Review invites entries for its annual Open Season Awards in: poetry, short fiction and creative nonfiction.
Previously unpublished novels, novellas, and collections of closely linked short stories may be submitted for the competition.
We are looking for work that addresses, directly, or indirectly, climate change and humanity’s impact on the environment.
Harpur Palate accepts original, previously unpublished poems in any style, form, or genre.
We are currently accepting submissions for our Fall Reading Period.
We’re looking for the traditional and the innovative, the true and the imaginary.
No restrictions on theme, style, length, or genre.