Browsing All posts tagged under »poetry«

Diversity is welcome here

September 21, 2017


BookThug publishes contemporary literary fiction , non-fiction, poetry, and drama. They do not publish genre fiction (mystery, science fiction, historical romance), cookbooks, or self-help books. BookThug is committed to an ongoing conversation about the possibilities of what literature is, or could be. They welcome submissions that help enrich that conversation. They especially encourage Indigenous writers, […]

Review: Gone Camping

March 15, 2017


Gone Camping: A Novel in Verse Written by Tamera Will Wissinger Illustrated by Matthew Cordell Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books for Young Readers March 2017 112 pages While Sam and Lucy prepare for the family’s camping trip they eagerly anticipate all the fun they will have at the lake. But when the big day arrives Dad […] pays for speculative fiction and poetry

December 8, 2014

0 is a short fiction market edited by Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Liz Gorinsky, Ann VanderMeer, Ellen Datlow, and Carl Engle-Laird, with support and reading from Cory Skerry, and Bridget Smith, as well as others. welcomes original speculative fiction short stories and poetry. They define “speculative fiction” broadly, including science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, […]

Threepenny Review now reading submissions

January 14, 2014


The Threepenny Review is an American literary magazine founded in 1980. It is published in Berkeley, California by founding editor, Wendy Lesser. Maintaining a quarterly schedule (March, June, September, December), it offers fiction, memoirs, poetry, essays and criticism to a readership of 10,000. They only read submissions from January 1 through June 30. Please become […]

NV Young Writers Competition now open

November 2, 2013


The New Voices Young Writer’s Competition™ is now open for entries. Young writers, here’s your chance to showcase your talent! EPIC established the competition in 2006 to encourage reading and writing within our public, private schools and home-based schools. Young writers, ages 11 through 18, are invited to enter their essays, poems, and short stories […]

Colorado Prize for Poetry

October 7, 2013


The Colorado Prize for Poetry is an international literary contest started in 1995. Since the contest began, over 5,000 book-length poetry manuscripts have been entered. Manuscripts may consist of poems that have been published, but the manuscript as a whole must be unpublished (self-published is considered published). This year’s final judge is Claudia Keelan. Open […]

Dogwood Annual Contest

September 11, 2013


Dogwood: A Journal of Poetry and Prose is now open for its 2014 contest and non-contest submissions. Dogwood welcomes entries in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction for its annual contest. The grand prize winner will be chosen from winners in nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. Results of the contest will be announced in spring 2014 and published […]