Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Future Writing Ops

Mixed Fruit magazine is now accepting submissions for its next issue.

They're looking for fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, literary
translations, and visual art.
Please see their website for submission guidelines, and check out the
latest issue to see what kind of work they are looking for.

Philip Levine Prize for Poetry

A prize of $2,000, publication by Anhinga Press, and 25 author copies
is given annually for a poetry collection. Poet Denise Duhamel will
judge. Submit a manuscript of 48 to 100 pages with a $25 entry fee by
September 30, 2011. Visit the Web site for complete guidelines.

Palooka is a print journal seeking works of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, plays, artwork/photography, and graphic stories and essays for Issues 3 and 4. "We accept submissions year-round.

For complete submission guidelines, current issue samples, and more info on the journal please visit our website:www.palookajournal.com."

2011 Springfield Writers' Guild 18th Annual Literary Awards
#1 Poetry Any subject, any form Limit: 1 page, single spaced
#2 Fiction Any subject Limit: 1,000 words
#3 Non-Fiction Any subject Limit: 1,000 words
Awards: 1st Place - $100 and Certificate Two Honorable Mentions and Certificates
(Fee: $3.00 per entry)

Tennesse Williams Festival is pleased to announce a Poetry Contest.
We will be accepting submissions by mail and online from April 18—August 18, 2011.
Grand Prize:$1,000
VIP All Access Pass ($500 value) for the 26th annual Festival: March,21-25, 2012.
Publication in Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine
Public Reading at the 2012 Festival
Judge: Louisiana Poet Laureate Julie Kane
Deadline: August 18, 2011 (postmark).

1 comment:

Susan said...

Thanks for the submission tips, Claudia. How do you find them? Susan