Magazine Seeking Submissions on a Work of ArtAt Length is seeking submissions from writers of all stripes for a recurring feature in its art section. The feature will include and promote prose pieces (essays, prose poems,letters-to-the-world) that explore one work of art. The first installment, an essay by poet Anna Journey on Remedios Varo's Catedral vegetal, can be found on the site.
Please send a query letter with a brief synopsis to At Length's art editor,Elaine Bleakney at email@example.com.
13th Anniversary Issue Seeking Submissions
With its current issue, Writer Advice turns thirteen. Woo-hoo! Want to help us celebrate? Share a memory of your own thirteenth year in a mini-memoir (500 words or less for prose 24 lines or less for poetry). Complete guidelines are available here. We'll publish the best submissions in the winter issue (Jan-March). Questions? Contact B. Lynn Goodwin at Lgood67334@comcast.net.
Got Crazy Exes or Psycho Brothers and Want Revenge?
Writing Revenge: Don't Get Mad, Get Even. Seeking submissions for an anthology about crazy exes, the brother who stole your fiancée, inattentive spouses, domineering bosses, inept co-workers, nosy neighbors, and anybody else who¹s pissed you off so much you had to shame them by writing about them. We want poems, stories, essays, and memoir, serious or otherwise, for a proposal to send to potential publishers. E-mail attachments preferred. Email: Carl Jenkinson & Stephen Powers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Snail mail (with SASE for response) to:Dr. Carl Jenkinson /Mount Ida College /777 Dedham Street, Newton, MA 02459.Deadline: May 15th, 2011
Submissions For Music Related Prose, Art, and Poetry
Forest Publications has opened Submissions for This Next One Goes Out To... Forest Publications, UK, is publishing a book featuring short stories, poetry, biographical accounts, musical journalism, essays, photography and artwork inspired by a particular song. Whether it was a tune that drove you to tears, then to the page; a melody that can transport you to different time and place, or a debaucherous adventure centred around a killer gig, we'd like to present your work as an homage to the relationship between literature and music.Submissions should generally be less than 5000 words. Send submissions to email@example.com. Send photos and artwork as high-res images. Deadline: October 30, 2010
Calling For Gay and Lesbian Jewish Poetry Submissions
A Midsummer Night's Press announces a call for submissions for 2 anthologies celebrating queer Jewish poetry to be published Spring 2011: Flamboyant: A Celebration of Jewish Gay Poetry edited by Lawrence Schimel and Milk And Honey: A Celebration of Jewish Lesbian Poetry edited by Julie R. Enszer. We welcome voices from across the spectrum of Jewish identity, from observant to merely cultural, and their intersections with gay, lesbian,bisexual, and transgender identities and experiences. We are open to all styles of poetry, from formal to free verse. We welcome queer Jewish voices from outside the US, and are willing to consider translations into English. (It is the translator's responsibility to secure permission to reprint the poem in English.) Both anthologies are open to previously published work, but it is the poet's responsibility to secure permission to reprint the poem. Submission instructions: Title file with the initials of the anthology and author's last name: F-Surname.doc or MH-Surname.doc Include your name, your mailing address, your email address, and a bio WITHIN the .doc file with your essay, as submissions will be separated from emails to be read. Submit your work by email, as an attachment in .doc or .rtf format, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: November 30, 2010.