Issue 66, Opportunities for Artists & Writers

Opportunities for Artists & Writers | December 2021

BOA Editions Blessing the Boats Selections: “Blessing the Boats Selections spotlights poetry collections by women of color. As the 2021-2023 Blessing the Boats Selections Editor-at-Large, Aracelis Girmay will read submissions and select the final manuscript for publication.” No Fee. Deadline: January 5.  Damaged Goods Press: “a micro press specializing in books by queer and trans people.” […]

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Issue 65, Opportunities for Artists & Writers

Opportunities for Artists & Writers | November 2021

Anomaly: “Anomaly is committed to actively seeking out and promoting the work of marginalized and underrepresented artists, including especially people of color, women, queer, disabled, neurodivergent, and gender nonconforming artists.” Accepting Poetry, Fiction, Translation, and Nonfiction. $3 fee. “Fees will be waived for all Black and Indigenous writers to support those most targeted by state violence.” […]

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Everything, Issue 61, Opportunities for Artists & Writers

Opportunities for Artists and Writers | July 2021

Liminal Transit Review – “a literary journal that publishes work related to themes such as (but not limited to) diaspora, immigration, displacement, borders, and decolonization.” Accepting poetry, cross-genre, and prose submissions. No fees. Deadline: July 31. Fahmidan – Digital chapbook series accepting submissions of poetry and short fiction collections by POC and women. No fee. […]

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Everything, Issue 54, Opportunities for Artists & Writers

Opportunities for Artists & Writers | December 2020

Adroit Journal Gregory Djanikian Scholarship: “We annually recognize six emerging student or non-student poets as Gregory Djanikian Scholars. All emerging writers who have not published full-length collections are eligible (regardless of age, geographic location, or educational status), and are encouraged to submit. Writers with forthcoming debut full-length collections are eligible so long as collections won’t […]

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