Monday, March 5, 2012

Opportunities in the Great Big Literary World- March 5, 2012

Song of the Day: Dreamer by Chris Brown

   Hello all! It feels like just yesterday I was saying, "Can you believe it's February?" Now it's March! Anyone else feel like the year is zooming by? Today, I'm organizing and analyzing my progress on my goals, especially my writing goals. I'll probably do a check-in this week, as I haven't done one since January.

   I only have a few calls for submissions today, but they are good ones! Regardless of your genre or type of writing you should be able to find something on this list. I encourage everyone to keep submitting your work. If you've never done it, then try it. I really believe that getting published in a literary magazine (no matter how small) is a good way to help build platform.

Calls for Submissions:

1. Denver Quarterly

Denver Quarterly is now open to submissions of fiction, essays, interviews, reviews and poetry. The current reading period will end May 15, 2012.

2. Journal of MicroLiterature

Accepting fiction and non-fiction between 1 and 1000 words.

3. Curbside Splendor

Curbside Splendor is seeking submissions of fiction, poetry and photography/art.

4. The Monarch Review

Accepts fiction, poetry, essays, visual art and music.

5. Necessary Fiction

Necessary Fiction is looking for "bold stories told with poetic precision." Stories should be no more than 3,000 words.

6. Misfit Magazine

Misfit is open to flash fiction between 500 and 1000 words. They offer a payment of $10 for accepted stories.

   As always, Black Fox Literary Magazine is open to fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and art submissions. Look out for the launch of the Black Fox blog this week! Happy Writing!

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