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
The Short Grain Contest celebrates poetry and fiction from across Canada and Internationally.
Seeking engaging, surprising, eclectic, and challenging writing.
Dedicated to enthusiastically supporting the efforts and talent of writers of short fiction whose voices have yet to be heard.
We like work that asks questions, explores mystery, and seeks to make visible the marginalized, the overlooked, and those whose voices have been silenced.
The leisure principle has rendered the world a pleasure garden – for those who can afford it – of interminable excess and consumption without end. We’re looking for work that addresses the question of how we came to cede so much, and at such a price, just to amuse ourselves to death.
Borders, streets, cities, monuments, memories. Tell me your dreams and I will tell you mine.
We want work that asks for positive change, critiques the status quo, and is forward thinking.
Rivers are deep sources of connection and memory, holding very different meanings for different communities, and this issue seeks to honor the many types of relationships we have with rivers.
Writers are asked to choose one from seven of Tom Zsolt’s photographs, as their inspiration to write an accompanying story.
Waiting. Does it come easy, or does it infuriate. What’s your take?
Transport us from the here and now to a new land of discovery, a fresh way of being entertained, a new way of embracing all of the ways we show our humanness.
During our Spring Issue, we publish pieces that concentrate on perspectives of women’s celebrations, struggles, rage, disdain and anything in between.