Opportunities in the Great Big Literary World- November 7, 2011

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   Hello all! How was the weekend? I had a pretty productive one. I spent most of the weekend helping my sister with her wedding invitation company. On Saturday we helped to assemble centerpieces for a wedding and Sunday she created elaborate signs for all the vendors at the Disney Bridal Stroll. I managed to squeeze in some writing time. Yesterday, I wrote 2500 words, but I'm still 3,000 behind on my NanoWriMo novel. Yikes! I don't work on Mondays so I'll be spending the day trying to play catch up. I know that this month will be harder for writers participating in National Novel Writing Month to submit their work, but I urge you to try and squeeze it in if you can. Why not try submitting something shorter like a Haiku or a short short story? Those don't take too much time to compose and you'll be keeping up with submissions. Maybe you have a story ready to go that's been sitting around and collecting dust? Submit it!


Calls for Submissions:



1. Crack the Spine Literary Magazine

A new literary magazine seeking flash fiction, micro-fiction, poetry, short stories, personal essays, book reviews, art and photography for their first issue.


http://crackspine.blogspot.com/p/submissions_03.html



2. Dark River Magazine

Dark River is looking for horror related writing. "Intelligent, thought-provoking horror is favored over shock." They accept short stories, novellas, poetry, art, photography, non-fiction articles, academic novels, serial novels, graphic short stories/serials, short films/serials.


http://www.darkriverpress.com/submissions.html



3. Inkspill Magazine

Inkspill is acceptnig submissions of fiction, poetry and art until November 30, 2011.


http://www.inkspillmagazine.com/submissions/



4. The Applicant

The Applicant is currently reading for their fourth issue. The theme is death. Submit your best fiction or poetry.


http://www.theapplicant.org/site/submissions/



5. Dead Ink

Dead Ink publishes full length manuscripts, proposals, 3 – 6 poems, journalism between 500 & 1000 words and stories up to 3000 words.


http://deadinkbooks.com/submissions


As always, Black Fox Literary Magazine is accepting fiction, poetry, non-fiction and art. We're reading for issue #3! We're also looking for guest bloggers and regular blog contributors. If interested, send an email to racquel@blackfoxlitmag.com. Happy Writing! 

2 comments:

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November 10, 2011 at 1:16 AM
Medeia Sharif said... .

Thanks for the links, Racquel.

I hope you enjoy your three day weekend (if you're off tomorrow).

November 10, 2011 at 2:41 PM

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