Song of the Day: The Glow by Willie Hutch
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.
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.
3. Inkspill Magazine
Inkspill is acceptnig submissions of fiction, poetry and art until November 30, 2011.
4. The Applicant
The Applicant is currently reading for their fourth issue. The theme is death. Submit your best fiction or poetry.
5. Dead Ink
Dead Ink publishes full length manuscripts, proposals, 3 – 6 poems, journalism between 500 & 1000 words and stories up to 3000 words.
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 email@example.com. Happy Writing!