Early July Opportunities

June 30th, 2015 by

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06/30/2015  1913 Press – The 1913 Prize for First Books: reading during May & June 2015!

06/30/2015  Alternating Current – Full-Manuscript Contest, Historical Writing Contest, Poetry Contest, etc.

06/30/2015  Annexe – Articles (online) – technology/communication/obsolete

06/30/2015  Artist INC – Artist INC Live Austin 2015, Artist INC Live Omaha 2015

06/30/2015  ASGARD – Artwork, Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction

06/30/2015  Augsburg College MFA – Howling Bird Press Fiction Award

06/30/2015  Autumn House Press – Poetry Contest , Fiction Contest, & Nonfiction Contest

06/30/2015  Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts – Free Fall Baltimore 2015 Grant Application

06/30/2015  Bambaz Press – FIRE&D Open Submission

06/30/2015  Bauhan Publishing – 2015 May Sarton NH Poetry Prize

06/30/2015  Black Lawrence Press – Biography/Cultural, Creative Nonfiction, Fiction, & many more.

06/30/2015  Black Ocean – Manuscript Submissions

06/30/2015  Blast Furnace – General Submissions

06/30/2015  Book Ex Machina – Fiction, Fiction (& Matchbook Stories Writer’s Special)

06/30/2015  Brain Mill Press – Driftless Unsolicited Cover Art Contest, Mineral Point Poetry Chapbook

06/30/2015  Buttontapper Press – Everything I Need to Know About Love I Learned From Pop Songs

06/30/2015  Carina Press – RWA Critique Group Contest

06/30/2015  Chicago Literati – Essays, Fiction , Poetry , PRIDE: The LGBTQ+ Issue

06/30/2015  Cobalt – 2015 Earl Weaver Baseball Writing Prize

06/30/2015  Council for the Advancement of Science Writing – Award for Young Science Journalists

06/30/2015  CUE Art Foundation – Call for Curatorial Proposals, Call for Solo Exhibition Proposals

06/30/2015  CWC-Peninsula – Fiction, Flash Fiction, Personal Essay, & Poetry

06/30/2015  Digging Through the Fat ripping out the heart – Poetry

06/30/2015  Drunken Boat – Fiction

06/30/2015  Elephant Rock Books – 2016 Sheehan YA Book Prize

06/30/2015  ELJ Publications – Magpies, Poetry Manuscripts, & Prose Manuscripts

06/30/2015  Engine Books – Engine Books 2015 Fiction Prize, Judged by Rebecca Makkai

06/30/2015  Extracts – Prose Submission + Extract(s) Vol. 2

06/30/2015  Fey Publishing – Halloween Anthology Submissions

06/30/2015  Fiction Attic Press – First Novel Contest, Flash in the Attic Contest

06/30/2015  Fidea Design GmbH – Bewerbung Label für DesignSchenken 2015

06/30/2015  Ghost Proposal – Chapbook Contest

06/30/2015  Glassworks Magazine – Flash Fiction, Micro Essays, and Prose Poetry, Art and Media

06/30/2015  Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal – Chapbook Submission + Copy of published chapbook

06/30/2015  Hillyer Art Space – Membership Gallery Submissions for August – Dececember 2015

06/30/2015  Kill Your Darlings – Commentary/Essays, Reviews, & Fiction

06/30/2015  Melbourne Spoken Word – Audacious Issue Two

06/30/2015  MIEL and 111O – Open reading 2015 – POETRY, Open reading 2015 – PROSE

06/30/2015  Minor Literature[s] – PROSE –– Fiction

06/30/2015  Money for Women – Nonfiction, Poetry

06/30/2015  monologging – #FlashTag

06/30/2015  Oni Press – CARTOONISTS, WRITERS, ARTISTS, & COLORISTS

06/30/2015  Pantheon Magazine – TYPHON: A HORROR ANTHOLOGY

06/30/2015  PARAGRAPHITI – Flash Fiction

06/30/2015  Powder Keg Magazine – Poetry

06/30/2015  Publishing Genius – Chris Toll Memorial Writing Prize

06/30/2015  Radar Poetry – Poetry

06/30/2015  Rattle – Ekphrastic Challenge (online only)

06/30/2015  Rising Phoenix Press – The Rising Phoenix Review

06/30/2015  Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival – Feature & Short Film

06/30/2015  Sangam House – Letter of Reference, Requires Submission Files

06/30/2015  Section 1, Inc – Call for Performing Artists & Call for Visual Artists

06/30/2015  Sequestrum – Fiction & Nonfiction, Poetry

06/30/2015  Smashbox Studios – 2015 Assistants Show Application

06/30/2015  South Asian Journalists Association – Various awards in journalism

06/30/2015  South Perry Street Fair – South Perry Street Fair Booth Application

06/30/2015  Split This Rock – 2016 Split This Rock Poetry Festival

06/30/2015  Sport Literate – Sport Shorts contest

06/30/2015  Streetlight Magazine – Streetlight’s 2015 Poetry Contest

06/30/2015  Tampa Bay Theatre Festival – Monologue and Scene Submissions

06/30/2015  The Burnside Review – Poetry Chapbooks

06/30/2015  The Found Poetry Review – Found Poetry Review Volume 10

06/30/2015  The Molotov Cocktail – Flash Fury Contest

06/30/2015  The Red Line – Un-themed Competition

06/30/2015  The Salvation Army World Missions Department – URBANA 15 FORM

06/30/2015  The Worcester Review – Poetry, Fiction

06/30/2015  ThrewLine Books – The Ottawa Object: Short Fiction

06/30/2015  TL Publishing Group – The Effects of Grace – Christian Anthology

06/30/2015  Tuesday; An Art Project – Themed Poetry Contest, Issue 12 Theme: “Samsara”

06/30/2015  Tuscany Press – Novel, Young Adult Novel, & Short Story

06/30/2015  University of North Texas Press – Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Short Fiction

06/30/2015  Virginia Quarterly Review – Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Nonfiction, etc.

06/30/2015  wherewithal – Wherewithal Annual Poetry Contest, Poetry Submissions-Issue 3

06/30/2015  Whispering Prairie Press – Highlight Kansas City, 3-for-all WP Press Contest, etc.

06/30/2015  Wisconsin Romance Writers of America – WisRWA Write Touch Readers’ Award Contest

06/30/2015  Word Riot Inc. – 2015 Travel Grant Applications – Round 2

06/30/2015  Wordrunner eChapbooks – 2015 Fiction eChapbooks

06/30/2015  Writers Alliance of Gainesville – FICTION, POETRY, & NONFICTION

07/01/2015  American Literary Translators Association – 2015 ALTA Mentorship

07/01/2015  American Short Fiction – American Short Fiction– Short Story Contest

07/01/2015  Apogee Journal – Poetry, Visual Art

07/01/2015  ASBMB Today – IMMEDIATE: Getting over the hump

07/01/2015  Bellevue Literary Review – Contest – BLR Prizes

07/01/2015  Big Sky Documentary Film Festival – 2016 Big Sky Doc. Film Festival Early Submission

07/01/2015  BorderSenses – ForWord Teen Chapbook Vol. III

07/01/2015  Bronx Council on the Arts – 2015 Arts Fund

07/01/2015  Brooklyn Arts Press – Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction, Essays, Hybrids, Chapbooks, etc.

07/01/2015  Canthius Literary Journal – Short Fiction, Poetry

07/01/2015  Darling Magazine – Online Drafts due June 2015

07/01/2015  Emby Press – THE EMBY BESTIARY – EMBY KIDS

07/01/2015  FEAST Miami – FEAST Miami #4

07/01/2015  Iron Horse Literary Review – Photo Finish 2015

07/01/2015  Jellyfish Highway – Books, Online Chapbooks

07/01/2015  Matrix Magazine – Lit POP 2015 Poetry, Lit POP 2015 Fiction

07/01/2015  Minerva Rising – A Writer’s Response

07/01/2015  New Hampshire State Council on the Arts – Arts Awards & Traditional Arts Apprenticeships

07/01/2015  Norman Firehouse Art Center – Artist/Food Vendor Application, Fall Adult Class Proposals

07/01/2015  Outpost19 – California Prose Directory 2015

07/01/2015  Overland – Story Wine Prize

07/01/2015  Parlor Press – New Measure Poetry Prize / Free Verse Editions

07/01/2015  PRX – PRX’s Third Annual STEM Story Project

07/01/2015  Ricepaper Magazine – Ricepaper’s 1st Annual Secret Ingredient Flash Fiction Contest

07/01/2015  Shroud Publishing LLC – 2015 Novel Submissions

07/01/2015  Sugared Water – Creative Nonfiction, Poetry, Fiction, Comics, Art, & Sequential Art

07/01/2015  The Blueshift Journal – RUSH SUBMISSIONS FOR ISSUE 3 – ART, POETRY, PROSE

07/01/2015  The Cupboard – The Cupboard Pamphlet’s Fifth-Ever Contest!

07/01/2015  The Malahat Review – Elusive Boundaries: Mapping CNF in Canada

07/01/2015  The Paris-American – The Paris-American Prize Contest Submissions

07/01/2015  The Rag – Submission Only

07/01/2015  The Society of Arts and Crafts – 2015 John D. Mineck Fellowship

07/01/2015  The Sun Magazine – Readers Write: Being Single

07/01/2015  Willamette Writers – C. Whitcomb Conference Scholarship

07/01/2015  Winter Tangerine – The Winter Tangerine Awards

07/01/2015  Words Apart Magazine – Fiction Contest

07/01/2015  Xanadu – Poetry

07/02/2015  Hunger Mountain: the VCFA Journal of the Arts – Short Fiction Prize, Katherine Paterson Prize

07/02/2015  Mixed Greens – MIXED GREENS >>> 2015 SUBMISSIONS

07/02/2015  Norman Firehouse Art Center – Artist/Food Vendor Application, Fall Adult Class Proposals

07/02/2015  Society for Personality and Social Psychology – 2016 Abstract Check

07/02/2015  Wyoming Arts Council – 2016 Creative Writing Fellowships in Poetry

07/03/2015  Artspace – Hunter Street Bridge Mural Project – Call for Proposals

07/03/2015  EMP Museum Applications – EMP Hip-Hop Artist Residency Applications

07/03/2015  Lansdowne Arts Board – 20*20 House Gallery Artist Call

07/03/2015  Lighthouse Writers Workshop – Program Assistant, Alice Maxine Bowie Fellowship 2015-2016

07/03/2015  NVWP Young Writers and Families Programs – Online Application for Grades 5-8/9-12

07/03/2015  Pilgrimage Magazine – Fall 2015 (39.2)-Beginnings

07/04/2015  China Grove – Fiction, Poetry, Essay/Non-Fiction

07/04/2015  Headmistress Press – Charlotte Mew Chapbook Contest

07/04/2015  Idea Exchange – Test Event Submission

07/04/2015  Wharton Esherick Museum – 2015 Woodworking Competition: Vases

07/05/2015  Artist Inc Live in Argenta – Artist INC. Live in Argenta 2015

07/05/2015  Black Fox Literary Magazine – The Black Fox Writing Contest 2015

07/05/2015  Montana Film Office – YouTube Content Preliminary Pitch

07/05/2015  The Altar Collective – Volume IX – Poetry

07/05/2015  VisArts – VisArts Faculty Show 2015

07/06/2015  Artist INC – Artist INC Live Austin 2015, Artist INC Live Omaha 2015

07/06/2015  Chicago International Film Festival – Feature Films, Feature Documentaries, Short Films

07/06/2015  ELJ Publications – Magpies, Poetry Manuscripts, & Prose Manuscripts

07/06/2015  Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance – Urban Arts Leadership Program Fellowship Application

07/06/2015  Hospitalfield Arts – Graduate Residency 2015

07/06/2015  Hugo House – Scribes Application, Scholorship, &  Summer Internship

07/06/2015  ICA Miami – ICA Miami OPEN CALL

07/06/2015  Morehead Writing Project – Global Graffiti Summer Writing Camp

07/06/2015  Next City – Next City Fellowship

07/06/2015  wherewithal – Wherewithal Annual Poetry Contest, Poetry Submissions-Issue 3

07/07/2015  Four Chambers Press – Special Projects / Welcome Home

07/07/2015  Zoetic Press – NonBinary Review Issue #6: 1001 Arabian Nights, Unbound Octavo, Story 5

07/08/2015  Crab Orchard Series in Poetry – Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award

07/08/2015  Katonah Museum Artists’ Association – Time and Place

07/09/2015  Atlantic Center for the Arts – ACA Community Artist-in-Residence Call 2015

07/10/2015  Craft ACT – ACTivate & Living Artist

07/10/2015  Harvard Book Store – Cover Submissions, Illustrated Submissions, & Written Submissions

07/10/2015  Lansing Art Gallery – TIME|PLACE

07/10/2015  Lighthouse Writers Workshop – Program Assistant, Alice Maxine Bowie Fellowship

07/10/2015  New Hampshire State Council on the Arts – Art Awards, Traditional Arts Apprenticeships

07/10/2015  Newtown Literary – Poetry, Prose. Both with Free, With Feedback, or With Copy of Issue

07/10/2015  Nowhere – Spring 2015 Travel Writing Contest, $1,000 Prize!

07/10/2015  Portrait Society of Atlanta – 2015 Fall Exhibition – Juror Edward Jonas

07/10/2015  Queens Museum – 2015 Open Call for the Queens Museum Studio Program

07/10/2015  THC short story contest – Tamale Hut Cafe 2015 Short Story Competition

07/10/2015  The Art League – Call for Submissions – Taking Shape

07/10/2015  The Mark Twain House & Museum – Royal Nonesuch Humor Writing Contest

07/10/2015  Utah Arts & Museums – DesignArts Utah ’15

07/10/2015  Whitepoint Press – Book-Length Poetry Collection, Short Story Collection, Novel

07/10/2015  Zoetic Press – NonBinary Review Issue #6: 1001 Arabian Nights, Unbound Octavo, Story 5

07/12/2015  Fiction Attic Press – First Novel Contest & Flash in the Attic Contest

07/12/2015  Iris Brown Lit Mag – Art

07/12/2015  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution – Personal Journeys Writing Contest 2015

07/12/2015  Virginia Quarterly Review – Writers’ Conference: Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Nonfiction, etc.

07/13/2015  Burlington Public Art – Aldershot Village, Plains Road

07/13/2015  Friends Journal – Oct 2015: Faithful Living

07/14/2015  Third Coast International Audio Festival – Third Coast/Driehaus Foundation Competition

Interview with Eric Gilbert, Co-founder Treefort Music Fest

June 19th, 2015 by

Eric Gilbert is a co-founder of Treefort Music Fest, Idaho’s largest independent music festival. Located in downtown Boise, this year’s Treefort drew over 9,000 attendees to see some 400 bands, including Built To Spill, of Montreal, and TV On The Radio. The next Treefort takes place in March 2016. I recently interviewed Eric about the high points of Treefort 2015, life as a touring musician, and how he draws artistic inspiration.

Eric Gilbert in the studio.

Eric Gilbert in the studio.

Sasha: What was the highlight of Treefort 2015?

Eric: I’d have to go with either the 30 minutes I got to sit cross-­legged on the floor at The Watercooler (resting my tired feet and legs) deeply immersed in the Little Wings set (had been years since I’d seen him) or Rubblebucket’s epic closing night set at El Korah Shrine or maybe De Lux’s packed Neurolux set on Friday night or Delicate Steve (always) or Omar Souleyman or Viet Cong (drummer playing with one broken arm) or Tom Brosseau’s set at Cathedral of the Rockies or Built To Spill’s main stage set on an absolutely gorgeous March night or Breakfastfort with the Shriners or, and actually, this is truly my highlight: Megan, Sara, and I swooped over to help manage the line at the Shrine on Saturday night for an of Montreal / Yacht show that had gotten completely out of control. ­­It had turned into two rivaling lines meeting at the door and pressing forward battling for position. We were able to press the line monster back and slowly start relieving pressure and get space between the two lines. At which point, there became a debate as to which line was there first and Megan brilliantly started ro sham beaux battles between the first person in each line to determine who would go in next. It was a beautiful thing and made missing so many great bands at that point in time more than worth it. Couldn’t have imagined a more “Treeforty” thing.

Sasha: Your band, Finn Riggins, spends a lot of time on tour, which requires a significant degree of organization. Does being in a band prep you in any way for the managerial skills needed to create a large-scale event like Treefort?

Eric: Seems to have, yes. Mostly in how to let go, keep a positive can­-do attitude and roll with the punches. Also, in my bands, it’s always worked well to empower everyone’s strengths within the band as opposed to work against the current at all. I feel like Treefort does a good job of allowing everyone to flourish in their roles, sort of a decentralized management approach.  I see the parallels with my experience playing in bands for sure.

Sasha: What’s the best town to play between Missoula, Montana,  and Boise?

Eric: Moscow, Idaho.

Sasha: Do you trust everyone in your band to drive the van?

Eric: Yep.

Sasha: What’s the most inspirational musical experience you’ve had in recent years?

Eric: Holy moly, I am inspired in so many small ways on a regular basis with bands rolling through town, shows at Treefort, etc. Maybe the most overwhelmingly emotional/inspirational one in the last few years was in Zurich, Switzerland, the day I found out that my dad would be dying in the next day or two. I was on tour with Built To Spill as their tour manager. None of the guys knew what I had just found out, but they had arranged to play a DIY warehouse show that night on what was supposed to be a night off. I felt like they really cut loose that night with­ fresh jams and pulled out some rare treats in this very unique setting. There was such a pure spirit with that show, no business about it, just the want to play music and share it with others. I spent the whole show immersed in their music and meditating on my dad and the distance between us geographically and my whole life as a son to him. It was intense and I can’t think of a better soundtrack for that moment and for the days / weeks that followed. Definitely the deepest sense of mourning I’ve ever experienced, and I was embraced by this music I love so much the whole time. Disco Doom as well. I love that band and their music is forever embedded in that intense life moment for me. In a very positive and moving way. I will be forever grateful to have been in such good hands at that time in my life.

Sasha: What two technological advances in the past 5 years have improved your life?

Eric: This seems like a trick question. However, my inclination is to say easily shared video content. I’ve been traveling more recently and it has allowed for me to get these beautiful glimpses of my little girl as she learns to be a human even when I’m away. Definitely improves what life would be like on the road if it weren’t for that.

 

BIO: Sasha Bell is part of Submittable’s Client Success team. She has a BA in Anthropology from Yale University. When not playing with her bands, Essex Green and The Sasha Bell Band, you can find her driving around Montana gawking at her majestic home state.

 

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Late June Opportunities

June 16th, 2015 by

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06/17/2015  Friends Journal – Sep 2015: Reproduction & Family Planning

06/17/2015  WonderRoot – What Are People For: Lead Artist Application

06/18/2015  actual paper – Art, Essay, Poetry

06/18/2015  The University of Akron Press – Akron Poetry Prize submissions

06/19/2015  A.I.R. Gallery – CURRENTS – Submit Video, CURRENTS – Submit Images

06/19/2015  Big Lucks – THE RUTH STONE FIRST BOOK PRIZE

06/19/2015  Cutbank Literary Journal – Prose, Poetry, Visual Art

06/19/2015  LEF Foundation – Pre-Production Grant Application

06/19/2015  Norman Firehouse Art Center – 2015 Midsummer Nights Artist Application

06/20/2015  cahoodaloodaling – Grit by the Glass – POETS, Grit by the Glass – WRITERS

06/20/2015  Deluge Literary and Arts Journal – Poetry

06/20/2015  Fort Worth Community Arts Center – TAC Juried Membership Exhibit Call for Entry

06/20/2015  National Parks Arts Foundation – Gettysburg National Military Park Artist Residence & more!

06/20/2015  Pacific Voice & Speech Foundation – Abstract Submission

06/21/2015  33 Officina Creativa – Artist Residency Fall 2015

06/21/2015  Back Room Poets – Back Room Poets International Poetry Competition

06/21/2015  Fidea Design GmbH – Bewerbung Standort DesignSchenken 2015

06/21/2015  Green Fire Press – Strong Shoulders: The Loves and Labors of Women

06/21/2015  Hudson Valley Writers’ Center – Year of Your Book Section 4

06/21/2015  Stoneslide Media LLC – Stoneslide Story Contest; $3,000 first prize

06/21/2015  The Gambler Mag – Feeling Lucky – June 2015

06/22/2015  Caldera – Caldera Artist in Residence Application – for Individuals

06/22/2015  Houston Arts Alliance – ACQUISITION Portable Works Collection at Hobby Airport

06/22/2015  The Royal Society of Literature – V.S. Pritchett Memorial Prize 2015

06/23/2015  Lighthouse Writers Workshop – The Book Project, The Poetry Book Project

06/23/2015  Ricepaper Magazine – Call for Submissions: 20.3 Roots Issue

06/24/2015  Colorado Office of Film, TV & Media – Screenplay Submissions

06/24/2015  wherewithal – Wherewithal Annual Poetry Contest

06/24/2015  Words Apart Magazine – Fiction Contest

06/25/2015  Rattle – Ekphrastic Challenge, Young Poets Anthology

06/26/2015  Art Center Sarasota – FLORIDA FLAVOR Juried Exhibition

06/26/2015  Creative Nonfiction – Writing Pittsburgh–Pitch a Neighborhood Story!

06/26/2015  Four Ties Lit Review – Art, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry

06/26/2015  Hotel Phillips – 2015- 2016 Artist in Residence Application

06/26/2015  Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery – 5th Annual “Figurative” Online Art Competition

06/26/2015  One Throne Magazine – Joust: 24h Writing Contest

06/26/2015  St. Lawrence County Arts Council – Art Market, July 10

06/26/2015  The Canary Press – Stories, Short shorts

06/27/2015  Gival Press, LLC – Gival Press Oscar Wilde Award

06/27/2015  Writing Maps – The Writing Maps Writing Contest #16 (June) GREEN THINGS

06/28/2015  The Suburban Review – The Corner: TRUE EQUALS FALSE

06/29/2015  Tokyo International Photography Festival –  Tokyo International Photography Competition

06/30/2015  1913 Press – The 1913 Prize for First Books: reading during May & June 2015!

06/30/2015  Alternating Current – Full-Manuscript, Historical Writing, Poetry, and Prose Contest

06/30/2015  Annexe – Articles – technology/communication/obsolete

06/30/2015  ASGARD – Artwork, Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction

06/30/2015  Augsburg College MFA – 2016 Howling Bird Press Fiction Award

06/30/2015  Autumn House Press – Poetry Contest, Fiction Contest, Nonfiction Contest

06/30/2015  Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts – Free Fall Baltimore 2015 Grant Application

06/30/2015  Bauhan Publishing – 2015 May Sarton NH Poetry Prize

06/30/2015  Black Lawrence Press – Cultural Studies, Creative Nonfiction, Fiction Chapbook, etc.

06/30/2015  Black Ocean – Manuscript Submissions

06/30/2015  Blast Furnace – General Submissions

06/30/2015  Book Ex Machina – Matchbook Stories – Fiction

06/30/2015  Brain Mill Press – 2015 Mineral Point Poetry Chapbook Series

06/30/2015  Buttontapper Press – Everything I Need to Know About Love I Learned From Pop Songs

06/30/2015  Carina Press – RWA Critique Group Contest

06/30/2015  Chicago Literati – Essays, Fiction , PRIDE: The LGBTQ+ Issue

06/30/2015  Cobalt – 2015 Earl Weaver Baseball Writing Prize

06/30/2015  Council for the Advancement of Science Writing – Evert Clark/Seth Payne Award

06/30/2015  CUE Art Foundation – 2015 Call for Solo Exhibition Proposals

06/30/2015  CWC-Peninsula – Fiction, Flash Fiction, Personal Essay, and Poetry

06/30/2015  Digging Through the Fat ripping out the heart – Poetry

06/30/2015  Drunken Boat – Fiction

06/30/2015  Elephant Rock Books – 2016 Sheehan YA Book Prize

06/30/2015  ELJ Publications – Magpies, Magpies w/Purchase of Creature Feature

06/30/2015  Engine Books – Engine Books 2015 Fiction Prize, Judged by Rebecca Makkai

06/30/2015  Extracts – Prose Submission + Extract(s) Vol. 2

06/30/2015  Fey Publishing – Halloween Anthology Submissions

06/30/2015  Fiction Attic Press – First Novel Contest

06/30/2015  Ghost Proposal – Chapbook Contest

06/30/2015  Glassworks Magazine – Flash Fiction, Essays, Prose Poetry, Art, and Media Submissions

06/30/2015  Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal – Chapbook Submission + Copy of published chapbook

06/30/2015  Hillyer Art Space – Membership Gallery Submissions for August – Dececember 2015

06/30/2015  Iron Horse Literary Review – Photo Finish 2015

06/30/2015  Kill Your Darlings – Commentary/Essays, Reviews, and Fiction

06/30/2015  Mid-America Arts Alliance – ExhibitsUSA Programming Grant: Application

06/30/2015  MIEL and 111O – POETRY, and PROSE

06/30/2015  Minor Literature[s] – PROSE –– Fiction

06/30/2015  Money for Women – Nonfiction, Poetry

06/30/2015  Oni Press – CARTOONISTS, WRITERS, ARTISTS, AND COLORISTS

06/30/2015  Pantheon Magazine – TYPHON: A HORROR ANTHOLOGY

06/30/2015  PARAGRAPHITI – Flash Fiction

06/30/2015  Powder Keg Magazine – Poetry

06/30/2015  Publishing Genius – Chris Toll Memorial Writing Prize

06/30/2015  Radar Poetry – Poetry

06/30/2015  Rattle – Ekphrastic Challenge (online only), Young Poets Anthology

06/30/2015  Rising Phoenix Press – The Rising Phoenix Review

06/30/2015  Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival – Feature, Short

06/30/2015  Sangam House – Letter of Reference, Requires Submission Files

06/30/2015  Section 1, Inc – Call for Performing Artists: ARTSCAPE 2015

06/30/2015  Sequestrum – Fiction & Nonfiction, Poetry

06/30/2015  South Asian Journalists Association – Various Journalism Awards/Categories

06/30/2015  Split This Rock – Split This Rock Poetry Festival – Call for Session Proposals

06/30/2015  Sport Literate – Sport Shorts contest

06/30/2015  Streetlight Magazine – Streetlight’s 2015 Poetry Contest

06/30/2015  submission reading series – Poetry

06/30/2015  Tampa Bay Theatre Festival – 2015 Monologue and Scene Submissions

06/30/2015  The Burnside Review – Poetry Chapbooks

06/30/2015  The Found Poetry Review – Found Poetry Review Volume 10

06/30/2015  The Molotov Cocktail – Flash Fury Contest

06/30/2015  The Red Line – Un-themed Competition

06/30/2015  The Worcester Review – Poetry, Fiction

06/30/2015  ThrewLine Books – The Ottawa Object: Short Fiction

06/30/2015  TL Publishing Group – The Effects of Grace – Christian Anthology

06/30/2015  Tuesday; An Art Project – Themed Poetry Contest, Issue 12 Theme: “Samsara”

06/30/2015  Tuscany Press – Novel, Young Adult Novel, and Short Story Prize

06/30/2015  University of North Texas Press – 2015 Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Short Fiction

06/30/2015  Whispering Prairie Press – Kansas City Voices Magazine, 3-for-all WP Press Contest, etc.

06/30/2015  Wisconsin Romance Writers of America – Write Touch Readers’ Award Contest

06/30/2015  Wordrunner eChapbooks – 2015 Fiction eChapbooks

06/30/2015  Writers Alliance of Gainesville – FICTION, POETRY, AND NONFICTION

Customizing the Look & Feel of Your Submission Form

June 10th, 2015 by

The Look & Feel settings in your organization’s Submittable account allow you to personalize the appearance of your submission form. We encourage you to upload a header image containing your organization’s name and/or logo and to customize your submission form’s colors, font, and the text of your ‘Submit’ button.

To customize your Look & Feel, follow these steps:

 

1. Click ‘More’ in the main navigation bar. Then select ‘Configurations’ and click the ‘Look & Feel’ tab on the left-hand side of the screen. (Note: If you’re using an older version of Submittable, click ‘Settings’ in the main navigation bar > ‘Look & Feel’).

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‘More’ menu

 

2. In the ‘Header Image’ section, click ‘Select image’ and choose the file containing your preferred header image. Our maximum recommended file size is 870 px wide by 170 px high, and files are automatically resized if needed. Acceptable file types are PNG, GIF, and JPG.

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Put your organization name and/or logo in the header image.

 

3. After you have selected your header image, click ‘Upload image.’

 

4. In the ‘Page Styles’ section, choose your preferred colors, font type, and button text. Enter colors using hexadecimal values, or click on the blank box for each style category and use our popup color picker. As you make your selections, the ‘Quick Preview’ box on the right will show you what your current choices will look like.

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Opportunities for June

June 1st, 2015 by

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06/01/2015  2015 Rapido! Take Four!! Composition Contest – Various regional registration

06/01/2015  3Elements Review – Art – Issue 7, Photography – Issue 7

06/01/2015  A Bad Penny Review – Fiction, Poetry, Creative Nonfiction

06/01/2015  American Literary Translators Association – 2015 ALTA Travel Fellowships

06/01/2015  Autumn Hill Books – Poetry or Prose in Translation , Literary Translation Manuscript

06/01/2015  Bayou Magazine – Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction

06/01/2015  Black Lawrence Press – Poetry or Fiction: Black River Chapbook Competition,

06/01/2015  Boulevard – Poetry Contest for Emerging Poets 2015

06/01/2015  Brain Mill Press – Driftless Unsolicited Novella Contest, Open Call for Submissions

06/01/2015  CBC Literary Prizes – CBC Poetry Prize

06/01/2015  City of Missoula Public Art Committee – Traffic Signal Box Art Call: Summer 2015

06/01/2015  College Book Art Association -Conference Proposals for Papers, Panels, and Roundtables

06/01/2015  CONSEQUENCE magazine – FICTION, NON-FICTION, POETRY, ETC.

06/01/2015  Darling Magazine – Online Drafts due May 2015

06/01/2015  Davis Arts Center – Davis Arts Center Holiday Sale Application 2015

06/01/2015  EKPHRASIS Poetry – June 27, 2015 Reading

06/01/2015  Emerald Coast Review ECR – Student sub., Nonfic., Artwork/Photographs , Poetry, Fiction

06/01/2015  Fourteen Hills – Fiction, Poetry, Flash Fiction, Creative Nonfic., etc.

06/01/2015  FreezeRay – Fiction, Poetry, Art/Photography/Webcomics

06/01/2015  Giertz Gallery at Parkland College – Exhibition Proposal

06/01/2015  Hayden’s Ferry Review – Art, Fiction, International/Translation, Poetry, Nonfiction

06/01/2015  Litquake – Litquake’s First-Ever Writing Contest

06/01/2015  Luminarts Cultural Foundation – Creative Writing Comp., High School Writing Program

06/01/2015  LUNA LUNA MAG – tip jar fiction, fiction pieces

06/01/2015  McLean Project for the Arts – MPAartfest 2015

06/01/2015  Minerva Rising – Owl Award

06/01/2015  Monkey Star Press –  My Mom Body: Reflections On Body Image and Motherhood, etc.

06/01/2015  Moon City Press – The 2015 Moon City Poetry Award

06/01/2015  Morehead Writing Project – Global Graffiti Summer Writing Camp

06/01/2015  Nashville Review – Fiction, Poetry

06/01/2015  Nat. Brut – Issue Six Poetry, Issue Six Visual Art/Comics, Issue Six Fiction

06/01/2015  New Hampshire State Council on the Arts – 2015 Governor’s Arts Awards Nomination

06/01/2015  New Vision Learning – Best College Essays 2015 Essay Competition

06/01/2015  NonBinary Review – NonBinary Review Issue #6: 1001 Arabian Nights

06/01/2015  Philadelphia Writers’ Conference – PWC Writers’ Club Scholarship

06/01/2015  Prix littéraires Radio-Canada – Prix de poésie

06/01/2015  Really System – Really System Issue Seven Submissions

06/01/2015  RED INK – Artwork, Academic Essays, Poetry, Prose

06/01/2015  Rose Metal Press – Rose Metal Press Open Reading Period Spring 2015

06/01/2015  Sediments Literary-Arts Journal – Art, Fiction, Poetry

06/01/2015  Sibling Rivalry Press – SRP Open-Submission Period – “Anything you wanna throw at us”

06/01/2015  Sixpenny – Graphic Short Story Submissions

06/01/2015  Society for Personality and Social Psychology – 2015 Book Prize, Various Awards

06/01/2015  Soundings Review – Children’s & Young Adult Literature, Fiction, Nonfiction

06/01/2015  Stories of Music – Creative Nonfiction, Poetry, Photography, Photo Essay, etc.

06/01/2015  Streetlight Magazine – Streetlight’s 2015 Poetry Contest

06/01/2015  Surface Magazine – Avant Guardian

06/01/2015  Tammy – fiction, nonfiction, other, poetry, expedited

06/01/2015  The California Journal of Women Writers – Poetry, Prose

06/01/2015  The Common – Essays, Fiction

06/01/2015  The Conium Review – Web Fiction Submissions

06/01/2015  The Cupboard – The Cupboard Pamphlet’s Fifth-Ever Contest!

06/01/2015  The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library -Photography and Artwork, Short Stories, etc.

06/01/2015  The Miss Black US Ambassador Scholarship Pageant – 2015 Volunteer Application

06/01/2015  The Quotable – Fiction, Creative Non-Fiction, Poetry

06/01/2015  TIFERET: A Journal of Spiritual Literature – Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction

06/01/2015  Willow Springs Editions – Submit to the 2015 Spokane Prize in Short Fiction

06/01/2015  Winter Tangerine Review -Winter Tangerine Awards, Tip Jar: Winter Tangerine Awards

06/01/2015  workshopresidence – Annual Residency Competition: 2015

06/01/2015  YesYes Books – for Pamet River Prize 2015 Semi-finalists

06/02/2015  Bird’s Thumb – Poetry, Fiction, Essay

06/02/2015  Oberlin College Press – 2015 FIELD Poetry Prize

06/02/2015  Twelve Winters Press – An anthology of transgressive and multimodal narratives in print

06/03/2015  Lawndale Art Center – The Big Show- Call for Entries, Lawndale Artist Studio Program

06/05/2015  Artspace – 2016/17 Call for Submissions

06/05/2015  Joan Mitchell Center – Joan Mitchell Center Artist-in-Residence Program Application 2016

06/05/2015  Monmouth Museum – CALL FOR ENTRIES: Please Touch! Sculpture Exhibition

06/05/2015  The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes – 2015 QuickARTS Grant Application

06/05/2015  The Rag – Submission Only

06/05/2015  Write A House – 2015: Fiction, 2015: Nonfiction, 2015: Poetry

06/06/2015  Bare Fiction – Poetry, Fiction, and  Theater Submissions

06/06/2015  Home School – Home School Alumni Update

06/06/2015  The Postscript Journal – Poetry, Prose, and Art Submissions

06/07/2015  (Re)visions Festival: Video Performance Art – (Re)visions Film Festival Submissions

06/07/2015  carte blanche – comics

06/07/2015  Eclectica Magazine – Word Poem Challenge

06/07/2015  Fidea Design GmbH – Bewerbung Label für DesignSchenken 2015

06/07/2015  Slideluck – Bushwick IV, Buenos Aires II, Fez II, Istanbul, Austin VII

06/08/2015  ArtsWorcester – ONE More

06/08/2015  Creative Nonfiction – Apply for a Writing Pittsburgh Fellowship

06/09/2015  Raging Aardvark Publications – Twisted Tales 2015

06/09/2015  Raging Aardvark Publications – Twisted Tales 2015

06/10/2015  CoderDojo – Coolest Projects Showcase

06/10/2015  Fiction Attic Press – Essays & Short Memoir

06/10/2015  Immersion Journals – Photography Submissions, Writing Submissions

06/10/2015  Quiet Lightning – Quiet Lightning: Beast Crawl + Night Light

06/10/2015  The Mariago Collective – Open Air Artfest Submission

06/10/2015  The New Quarterly Literary Society Inc. – The Peter Hinchcliffe Short Fiction Award

06/11/2015  Smashbox Studios – 2015 Assistants Show Application

06/11/2015  The Pacific Art League of Palo Alto – July 2015 Members’ Exhibit

06/11/2015  United Way of Missoula County – 2015 day of Action Project Submission

06/12/2015  American Association for State and Local History – Small Museums Scholarship

06/12/2015  EKPHRASIS Poetry – June 27, 2015 Reading

06/12/2015  Lit Crawl L.A. – Lit Crawl Los Angeles Submission

06/12/2015  M Literary Residency – The M Literary Residency Programme, 2016-17

06/12/2015  Missoula Downtown Association – River City Roots Festival Art Show 2015

06/12/2015  NARS Foundation – Juried Solo Exhibition Program 2015

06/12/2015  Peace Corps Commemorative Design Competition – Stage I: Design Concept

06/12/2015  Vignette Review – SUMMER: VOLUME 1: ISSUE 1

06/13/2015  A.I.R. Gallery – CURRENTS – Submit Video, CURRENTS – Submit Images

06/14/2015  Another Spectacle – De Lima’s VA Exhibit

06/14/2015  Crafty Mart – Vendor Applications

06/14/2015  Indian Summer Quarterly – Art., Flash Fiction, Poetry

06/14/2015  The Peregrine Fund – Enter 1 or 2 photos, Enter 3 or 4 photos

06/14/2015  Writers at Work – Kirstin Scott 2015, Emma Komlos-Hrobsky 2015

06/15/2015  American Short Fiction – American Short Fiction– Short Story Contest

06/15/2015  Artist in Residence in Everglades – 2016 AIRIE Application

06/15/2015  Big Lucks – THE RUTH STONE FIRST BOOK PRIZE

06/15/2015  Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review – Poetry, Essays and Book Reviews

06/15/2015  Caldera – Artist in Residence Application – for Individuals, Collaborations

06/15/2015  Carolina Wren Press – 2015 Carolina Wren Press Poetry Series

06/15/2015  Copper Canyon Press – General Submissions, Spring 2015

06/15/2015  December – 2015 december Awards-Curt Johnson Prose Award, etc

06/15/2015  Film Consortium San Diego – 2016 San Diego STUDENT Film Awards and Screenings

06/15/2015  freeze frame fiction – YA flash fiction—v2, art—a2 (vol 2: YA), flash fiction—q5

06/15/2015  Green Mountains Review – Neil Shepard Prize – Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry

06/15/2015  Kansas Authors Club – Poetry: Classic Forms, Free Verse, Japanese Form, etc

06/15/2015  Kill Your Darlings – S.D. Harvey Short Story Award

06/15/2015  Lighthouse Writers Workshop – Fort Lyon Writer-in-Residence Application

06/15/2015  MANGO Publications – Premier Revival Anthology: IT’S A WHOLE NEW MANGO NOW!

06/15/2015  New Rivers Press – American Fiction Short Story Award 2015

06/15/2015  New York Festival of Light – 2015 New York Festival of Light

06/15/2015  Next City – Next City Fellowship

06/15/2015  Philadelphia Stories – Marguerite McGlinn Prize for Fiction

06/15/2015  Pilgrimage Magazine – Fall 2015 (39.2)-Beginnings

06/15/2015  Rattle – Young Poets Anthology

06/15/2015  rawboned – Marrow Award for Short Nonfict, Compass Point Award for Flash Fict

06/15/2015  Ruminate Magazine – Nonfiction General Submissions

06/15/2015  storySouth – Fiction, Poetry, Creative Nonfiction

06/15/2015  Swan Scythe Press – 2015 Swan Scythe Press Poetry Chapbook Contest

06/15/2015  Texas Review Press – 2015 Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize

06/15/2015  That Uppity Theatre Company – 2016 St Louis Briefs Festival of Short LGBT Plays!

06/15/2015  The Bitter Oleander Press – Bitter Oleander Press Library of Poetry Award

06/15/2015  The Conium Review – Web Fiction Submissions, Book & Chapbook Submissions

06/15/2015  The HerStories Project – So Glad They Told Me: Women On Getting Real About Motherhood

06/15/2015  The Tishman Review – The Tishman Review’s Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize

06/15/2015  ThrewLine Books – The Ottawa Object: Short Fiction

06/15/2015  Tokyo International Photography Festival – Concurso Internacional de Fotografía de Tokio

06/15/2015  Two Trees | Cultural Space Subsidy Program – Cultural Space Subsidy Program: Artist App

06/15/2015  Wicked Banshee Press – Poetry//Chapbook Contest

06/15/2015  Writers Abroad – Kaleidoscope Anthology 2015 – FICTION, POETRY

06/15/2015  Zimbell House Publishing, LLC – Anthology: Pagan

How to Rate Submissions on Your Mobile Phone or Tablet

June 1st, 2015 by

Did you know that you can read and rate submissions in Submittable while on your mobile phone or tablet? While our mobile version currently doesn’t support rating capabilities (but they’re coming!), you can simply switch back to the full version on your phone or tablet to review and rate submissions. To view the full version, follow these steps:

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Interview with Marcia Parlow, Managing Editor of New England Review

May 19th, 2015 by

Marcia Parlow is the managing editor of New England ReviewFounded in 1978, NER is published by Middlebury College in Vermont, which also runs the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference. Among the many renowned writers who have been published in NER are Natasha Trethewey, Kathryn Davis, and Charles Baxter. Marcia lives in Weybridge, Vermont, with her two Italian Spinone and the frequent company of her three large sons. I recently interviewed Marcia about how she got into publishing and got an insider’s look at NER‘s publishing process.

 

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Marcia Parlow, managing editor of NER

Asta: Tell us about your background in publishing and how you came to join the New England Review. 

Marcia: Even having been the requisite English major, I was very lucky to graduate to a job with the legendary Susan Hirschman at Greenwillow Books at William Morrow in New York. I learned some of the most important lessons of my life from her—to trust my own judgment, to treat people with great dignity, and to have a party every time we published a book. I left Greenwillow to return to my hometown of Boston, where I worked at Houghton Mifflin with Robie Macauley, who had deep roots at the Kenyon Review and put literary magazines on my radar. After a child-rearing hiatus, I was looking at a changed publishing landscape—book publishing could no longer so easily champion the emerging literary writers with whom I loved to work. I had moved to Middlebury a few years ago, happy coincidence the home of New England Review, and soon began reading submissions for them. And then, in a stroke of complete luck and timing and alignment of the universe, the managing editor position opened up for the first time in a decade.

Asta: What’s your day-to-day job like as NER’s managing editor?

Marcia: There’s a bit of triage in my day-to-day, but that’s not unique to publishing or to me. For instance, today I walked in focused on getting our next digital original ready to post—but first met with a former intern who’s about to graduate. Next, I helped two authors and a translator figure out the secret of uploading tax forms, unjammed the copier, and tried to figure out what to do with a piece of cover art we haven’t been able to use as we had hoped. I had vowed that I would get back to wrapping up that digital piece for our Confluences series, but then found myself updating our letterhead (sorry, Sean Warren, your piece will get posted!). The next couple of weeks will be an inDesign marathon as we build the next issue; we will proof tables of contents against pages, design the front cover, make sure all the contracts have been signed. The best description of my job came from Michael Nye of Missouri Review last year at AWP, describing managing editors as the Swiss Army Knives of lit mags.

Asta: How does your submissions process work?

Marcia: We read year round, accepting submissions during the academic year—our submissions period will end on the last day of May. We spend the summer doing our best to make sure that every one of the year’s submissions has been read and responded to. The day we reopened last fall, September 1, Submittable logged 181 submissions. Boom, day one, we’re feeling behind. But we have an ever-improving system that is working well. Our college interns review each cover letter and point it in the right direction—flagging it as poetry, fiction, nonfiction, existing NER authors, etc. We have a wonderful stable of reliable readers who are assigned twenty pieces a month. They put their comments in Submittable and pass it on to the next level, often our poetry editor, Rick Barot, and our associate editors Janice Obuchowski, Jennifer Bates, and J.M. Tyree, who say such insightful things about the pieces from sentence level on up, that I know we cannot possibly be paying them enough. We often get queries from writers about where a piece may be in the process, and often it is the work that generates the most positive in-house response and garners the most consideration that takes the longest for us to respond to. The truth is that a response can range from a few days to a few months.

When the final pieces have been selected, our editor Carolyn Kuebler strings them together into the whole. I wish each reader would start at the beginning so that the intentional juxtaposition of the pieces remain in tact, and hear how the end of a poem, for example, can deliver us to the start of the following essay with strengths and relationships that might not reveal themselves if a piece were read in isolation; at its best it becomes almost a relay, or a conversation.

Spinone at work

Take Your Spinone to Work Day

Asta: How do you use Submittable?

Marcia: I remember standing in a small and windowless room at Houghton Mifflin, looking at three walls of shelving, floor to ceiling, of manila envelopes filled with novel-length manuscripts and SASEs and a distinct mustiness. That Submittable can log, date, order, and maintain those records along with our editors’ collective notes is miraculous. I love that we can click a button and see all submissions over time from a particular author, because being able to finally publish the work of someone who has been determined to work and revise and submit newer and better pieces to us is as exciting to us as it is to the author. (Well, very close.)

This year, we used Submittable to create an e-contract for authors, translators, poets, and artists. Kenyon Review was already doing this, and it really motivated me to see if NER could jump out of the mailing-paper-contracts phase to emailing them—tax forms included. So I read up on the Submittable form designer, e-mailed Submittable approximately 27 times, and built a contract one text box at a time. Now, instead of over the course of weeks, we receive signed contracts back with very short turnaround time, sometimes even on the same day, and we have in one document all the data we need—name, title of the piece, address, e-mail, contributor’s note, completed tax form, and a Word upload of the work. Magic.

Asta: Are there any exciting developments coming up for NER?

Marcia: We’re thrilled to have just launched e-versions of NER for every platform, and we’re working hard to re-design our website. We have a rich backlist of work that we bring out as “Classics,” and a wealth of audio from Bread Loaf authors reading at the writers’ conference, and we’re trying to design a site that will make it easy for readers to jump in and enjoy this incredible content.

Asta: Any advice for readers who want to submit their work to you?

Marcia: The advice is the same for NER as it is, I’m sure, for all journals. First, know who we are and submit to us if you love the idea of seeing yourself tucked into the Contributors’ Notes among the kinds of authors we tend to publish. Second, keep at it. No one is happier than we are to see a name that’s been before us a thousand times finally appear in our table of contents. We’re publishing a piece in our next issue that started down the NER path in 2012. Also, when you submit to us, educate us. If you’re writing about an area of your own expertise, tell us (briefly) just that; for fiction, too, just a brief intro. And if you’re an emerging writer, don’t hide it, celebrate it. You only get to publish for the first time once, and then you’ll always be “ours.” I made sure to get our first-time authors their galleys in time for Thanksgiving last year so that they could lord it over their siblings.

 

asta__MG_6364_ML_color_final_V2 (1)BIO: Asta So is Submittable’s blog editor and editorial director. She has an MFA in creative writing from the University of Montana and a BA in English lit from Stanford University. When not writing or sewing, she’s hugging dogs or cooking from her dad’s many Cantonese-style recipes.

 

 

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Submission Opportunities

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Deadlines May 14th through the 28th

05/14/2015  Arts Mid-Hudson – Unexpected Path II, 2015 Dutchess Partners in the Arts Funding

05/14/2015  monologging – #FlashTag

05/14/2015  Permafrost Magazine – Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry

05/14/2015  The Pacific Art League of Palo Alto – Pressed: A Printmaking Exhibition

05/15/2015  American Poetry Review – Stanley Kunitz Memorial Prize

05/15/2015  Anhinga-Robert Dana Prize for Poetry – Anhinga-Robert Dana Poetry Prize for Poetry

05/15/2015  Arc Poetry Magazine – Poems – Spoken Word

05/15/2015  BlogU Conference – Extra Curricular , Psych 101, Women’s Studies, Creative Writing

05/15/2015  BorderSenses – Poetry, Fiction-Editorial Feedback, Nonfiction-Editorial Feedback etc

05/15/2015  Breakwater Review – The Peseroff Prize Poetry Competition

05/15/2015  Carve Magazine – 2015 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest

05/15/2015  Center For Book Arts -Scholarship for Adv. Studies in Book Arts, Artist Members Exhib.

05/15/2015  Chautauqua – Preorder the 2015 Issue: Privacies and Secrets

05/15/2015  Crab Creek Review – 2015 Crab Creek Review Poetry Prize

05/15/2015  Creative Currents – 2015 Creative Currents Summer Artist Residency

05/15/2015  DEPS – DEPS Alumni Summer Residency 2015, Exhibition Application C33 Fall 2015

05/15/2015  Drunken Boat – Fiction

05/15/2015  Duende – Nonfiction, Poetry, Prose, Translation, Visual Art & Collaborations

05/15/2015  Ecotone Journal – Poetry, Nonfiction, Fiction

05/15/2015  Elohi Gadugi – Elohi Gadugi Journal Spring 2015 | Questions of Travel

05/15/2015  Fairy Tale Review – Poetry, Prose, Artwork all for The Ochre Issue

05/15/2015  Falcon Ridge Folk Festival – Emerging Artist Showcase

05/15/2015  FAR ENOUGH EAST – FICTION, POETRY, CREATIVE NON-FICTION.

05/15/2015  Fiction Attic Press – Tall Tales – Weird and Wonderful Stories

05/15/2015  Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment – Poetry, Fiction, Non-fiction

05/15/2015  Gazing Grain Press – Poetry/Hybrid Chap. Contest, Inaugural Prose/Hybrid Chap. Contest

05/15/2015  Gertrude Press – Fiction Chapbook Competition, Poetry Chapbook Competition

05/15/2015  Ghost Ocean Magazine – Tree Light Books 2015 Chapbook Contest

05/15/2015  Gival Press, LLC – ArLiJo General Submission

05/15/2015  Guttenberg Arts – Space & Time Artist Residency, Braddock Art Fest. Artist Application

05/15/2015  Hawai`i Review – Reviews, UHM Student(s) of the Month

05/15/2015  Hippocampus Magazine – 2015 Theme Issue – Guilty Pleasures & Vices (no fee)

05/15/2015  Homebound Publications – Homebound Publications Poetry Prize

05/15/2015  Hudson Valley Writers’ Center – Slapering Hol Press Chapbook, Poetry Workshop, etc.

05/15/2015  Hurston Wright Foundation – Poetry, Prose, Hurston/Wright Writers’ Week 2015

05/15/2015  If and Only If – Art, Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry

05/15/2015  Indie Film Loop – CAST & CREW CALL For INOVITE Short Film

05/15/2015  Jacob Burns Film Center – The Valentine & Clark Emerging Artist Fellowship

05/15/2015  Knight Foundation: Journalism & Media Innovation – Prototype Fund: May 2015

05/15/2015  Lines & Stars – L+S PRESS 2015 Mid-Atlantic Chapbook Series

05/15/2015  Longleaf Press – Longleaf Press 2015 Poetry Chapbook Contest

05/15/2015  Luna Station Quarterly – Issue 023

05/15/2015  Lynx House Press – Blue Lynx Prize for Poetry 2015

05/15/2015  Manhattanville MFA – For Cave Canem Fellows: Summer Writers’ Poetry Fellowship

05/15/2015  Montana Film Office – Big Sky Film Grant Application – May 2015

05/15/2015  Moon City Press – The 2015 Moon City Poetry Award

05/15/2015  no tokens – fiction, non-fiction, poetry, art, other

05/15/2015  Ox-Bow – 2015 Fall Artist Residency, 2015 Fall Writers Residency

05/15/2015  Pacifica Literary Review – Look and Leap Contest

05/15/2015  Paper Darts – Paper Darts Short Fiction Award

05/15/2015  paper nautilus -Vella Chapbook Contest, Debut Series Chapbook Contest, etc.

05/15/2015  Permafrost Magazine – Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry

05/15/2015  Philadelphia Writers’ Conference -Fiction Contest, Non-Fiction Contest, Poetry Contest

05/15/2015  Quest Writer’s Conference – Quest Writer’s Conference Schol./Conference Applications.

05/15/2015  River River – Fiction Submissions, Poetry Submissions, Creative Nonfiction Submissions

05/15/2015  Ruminate Magazine – Fiction General Submissions

05/15/2015  Slate Roof Press – Slate Roof Press 2015 Poetry Chapbook Contest

05/15/2015  Sonora Review – 2015 Poetry Contest, 2015 Essay Contest, 2015 Fiction Contest

05/15/2015  Spider Road Press – Approaching Footsteps: Four Novellas by Women

05/15/2015  Spring Creek Project – Shotpouch Collaborative Retreat, Andrews Forest Writers’ Resid.

05/15/2015  Student Video Productions – SCRIPTS

05/15/2015  Subterrain Magazine – LUSH 2015: Creative Non-Fiction, Fiction, and Poetry

05/15/2015  Tampa Bay Theatre Festival -Full Length Play, Short Play, and Scene Submissions

05/15/2015  The Boiler Journal – Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction Submissions

05/15/2015  The Masters Review – Spring Workshop

05/15/2015  Two Dollar Radio – T-Shirt Design Competition 2k15!

05/15/2015  Willow Springs Editions – Short Fiction.

05/15/2015  Wyong Shire Council – Wyong Shire Photographic Prize

05/15/2015  YesYes Books – YesYes Books Open Reading Period 2015

05/16/2015  3rd Int. Conference on Sustainable Development – 3rd ICSD Abstract Submission

05/16/2015  AME2015-Brazil – Symposium, Simpósio, Apresentação Oral, Ponencia Individual, e Poster

05/16/2015  Motionpoems – Big Bridges

05/17/2015  Boldface Writer’s Conference – Scholarship or Prize Winner, ect.

05/17/2015  DCTV – Summer 2015 Work-In-Progress Lab

05/17/2015  Emerging Writers Reading Series – PULP: Paper Art Party Collaboration 2015

05/17/2015  Knut House Press – 2015 Knut House Poetry Prize, Insanity Prize in Fiction

05/17/2015  The Poet’s Haven – The Poet’s Haven Author Series

05/17/2015  Wyvern Lit – FIRST ANNUAL FLASH FICTION CONTEST

05/18/2015  Arts Mid-Hudson – Unexpected Path II, 2015 Dutchess Partners in the Arts Funding

05/18/2015  Guttenberg Arts – Space & Time Artist Residency, Braddock Art Fest. Artist Application

05/18/2015  Knight Foundation – Knight Arts Challenge St. Paul 2015

05/18/2015  Nude Bruce Review – POETRY SUMMER 2015, FICTION SUMMER 2015

05/18/2015  Right Hand Pointing – 87: Special Issue: States

05/19/2015  Causeway, Inc. – Causeway Challenge: Spring 2015

05/20/2015  Adirondack Center for Writing – Children’s writing, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry.

05/20/2015  Dance Films Association – Long Legs Short Films

05/20/2015  Synaesthesia Magazine – HUSH-HUSH – Art, photography, and music

05/20/2015  Vital Narrative Press – The Essential Summer Reader Submission

05/21/2015  421 Atlanta – Secret Book Scouts

05/21/2015  The Gambler Mag – Feeling Lucky – May 2015

05/22/2015  District Lit – 2015 District Lit Poetry Prize

05/22/2015  Lit Camp – The Basement Series: Compulsion

05/22/2015  Missoula Downtown Association – River City Roots Festival Art Show 2015

05/22/2015  Montgomery College Innovation Works – Montgomery College Innovation Journal

05/22/2015  UF School of Art and Art History – UF Infirmary Building Call for Art

05/23/2015  Writing Maps – The Writing Maps Writing Contest #15 (May) TEA & COFFEE

05/24/2015  Commons IASC 2015 – IASC 2015 – Extended Abstracts and Papers

05/24/2015  Five Quarterly – Poetry e-Chap Contest, Fiction e-Chap Contest

05/25/2015  Chicago Literati – Poetry , The Revolution Issue

05/25/2015  Hudson Valley Writers’ Center – Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Comp., Poetry Workshop

05/25/2015  Litro Magazine – Transgender: July 2015 (Print Magazine)

05/25/2015  Meridian – Best New Poets 2015

05/26/2015  Cambridge Writers’ Workshop – CWW Summer Writing Retreat in Paris, France

05/26/2015  City of Santa Ana – Investing in the Artist Grant Opportunity – Artists

05/26/2015  NYFA – Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program Application, many other applications.

05/27/2015  Hudson Valley Writers’ Center – Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Comp., Poetry Workhsop

05/27/2015  Hurston Wright Foundation – Poetry, Prose, Hurston/Wright Writers’ Week 2015

05/27/2015  Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery – 6th Annual “Abstracts” Online Art Competition

05/28/2015  The New Quarterly Literary Society Inc. – The Peter Hinchcliffe Short Fiction Award

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04/23/2015  Slideluck – Red Hook Crit Slideluck Bikeshow II , SLIDELUCK Berlin V

04/24/2015  Boyden Gallery, St. Mary’s College of Maryland – Young at Art 2015

04/24/2015  Chicago Literati – The Feminist Issue

04/24/2015  Columbia Journalism School – Professional Prizes – John Chancellor Award

04/24/2015  Cosmonauts Avenue – SLS Montreal Flash Fiction Prize

04/24/2015  Creative Writing @ Fordham – Creative Writing Program Assistant Job Application

04/24/2015  Cymbals Magazine – 2015 Year-End Print Issue

04/24/2015  FLEX Program – WYLTE 2015 Photo Contest!

04/24/2015  Michigan Interscholastic Press Association – S-06: Take-Home Yearbook Spread/Layout

04/24/2015  NEPO House – NEPO 5k Don’t Run 2015

04/24/2015  New Americans Museum – New Americans Museum

04/24/2015  New Hampshire State Council on the Arts – Public Value Partnership Grants

04/24/2015  Ruminate Magazine – Readers Ruminate, Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize

04/24/2015  Santa Monica College Photography Department – Open Category, Photo 1 Category

04/24/2015  Seizure – Edition 2

04/25/2015  Boxcar Poetry Review – Poetry

04/25/2015  Litro Magazine – Detroit: June 2015 (Print Magazine)

04/25/2015  Little Presque Books – Little Presque Books Novella Contest

04/25/2015  Morehead Writing Project – Weekend Writing Retreat

04/25/2015  UPPERCASE publishing inc – ISSUE 26: Put Your Stamp on it!

04/25/2015  Willamette Writers – Kay Snow Writing Contest – Award for Fiction etc

04/25/2015  Writing Maps – The Writing Maps Writing Contest

04/26/2015  Charitable Film Network – Mixed Messages.5 Group Art Exhibit

04/26/2015  Conveyor Magazine – The Time Travel Issue — Image Submissions

04/26/2015  Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery – Art – 5th Annual “Landscapes” Competition

04/26/2015  Loyola Untitled – Loyola Untitled’s Juried Student Show 2015

04/26/2015  Summit Artspace Gallery – FRESH Art Juried Exhibition 2015

04/26/2015  The Olivetree Review – Art – Spring ’15, Prose (Fiction/Non-Fiction) etc

04/27/2015  International Documentary Association – 2015 IDA Pare Lorentz Documentary Fund

04/27/2015  Lemonade Day Indianapolis – Seed Fund 2015 Video Pitch Submissions

04/27/2015  St. Lawrence County Arts Council – Art Market, May 2 & 3, 2015

04/27/2015  Target Gallery – Borders & Boundaries

04/27/2015  What the Thunder Said – Poetry , Art / Photography, Fiction, Flash Fiction etc

04/27/2015  Willamette Writers – Kay Snow Writing Contest etc

04/28/2015  Lit Camp – Lit Camp 2015 Workshop Submissions

04/28/2015  Tamarack – The Best of West Virginia Open Juried Exhibition

04/28/2015  The Gambler Mag – Feeling Lucky Poetry Month Edition 2015

04/29/2015  Arts on Douglas – 2015 Call for Artists for Representation

04/29/2015  Harpo Foundation – Grants for Visual Artists, LOI for New Work Project Grants

04/29/2015  Houston Arts Alliance – Vehicular Wayfinding RFQ for Original Artwork

04/30/2015  [PANK] – Free Submission

04/30/2015  3Elements Review – Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction – Issue 7

04/30/2015  A cappella Zoo – Queer-themed Fiction, Poetry

04/30/2015  Agave Magazine – ART, LITERATURE, PHOTOGRAPHY

04/30/2015  AIPF – Nominations for Feature Poets 2016

04/30/2015  alice blue review – poetry, prose

04/30/2015  Alternating Current – Full-Manuscript Contest — Electric Book Award etc

04/30/2015  Altus Fine Art – Artwork Submissions to be Considered for Publishing by Altus Fine Art

04/30/2015  Aquarius Press/Willow Books – 2015 Willow Books Literature Awards

04/30/2015  Aqueous Magazine – 2015 Flash Fiction Contest , Prose Volume Nine etc

04/30/2015  Arizona Commission on the Arts – Chamber and Tourism Membership Grant

04/30/2015  Black Lawrence Press – Poetry Consultations with Lisa Fay Coutley

04/30/2015  Blue Lyra Review – Short-ish Poetry Prize, Long-ish Poetry Prize etc

04/30/2015  Blue Mesa Review – $3 Expedited Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry Review, Artwork

04/30/2015  BOAAT PRESS – BOAAT Press – Full Length Poetry Manuscript

04/30/2015  Bomb Magazine – BOMB – General Submissions

04/30/2015  Brevity – SPECIAL ISSUE May 2015: The Experience of Gender

04/30/2015  Buttontapper Press – Everything I Need to Know About Love I Learned From Pop Songs

04/30/2015  Carolina Wren Press – 2015 Carolina Wren Press Poetry Series

04/30/2015  Catapult – Catapult

04/30/2015  CavanKerry Press – Poetry, Memoir

04/30/2015  Coconut – Braddock Contest , Cargill Contest

04/30/2015  Colorado Office of Film, TV & Media – Screenplay Submissions

04/30/2015  Commons IASC 2015 – IASC 2015 – Extended Abstracts and Papers

04/30/2015  Crab Orchard Review – Richard Peterson Poetry Prize etc

04/30/2015  Creative Currents – Havana Biennial Art & Culture Tour

04/30/2015  Cumberland River Review – Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction

04/30/2015  Devilfish Review – Kraken Award in Fiction , Kraken Award in Poetry

04/30/2015  ECN Impact – ECN IMPACT Awards – Existing Awards

04/30/2015  Encircle Publications – Bi-Annual Chapbook Manuscript Submissions

04/30/2015  Exile Publishing – The Playground of Lost Toys

04/30/2015  Flights – Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction

04/30/2015  Glassworks Magazine – Fiction , Poetry , Nonfiction

04/30/2015  Great Lakes Commonwealth of Letters – Imagine This! An ArtPrize Anthology 2015

04/30/2015  Gunpowder Press – Barry Spacks Poetry Prize

04/30/2015  HiveWire 3D – HiveWire 3D Dusk Rendering Competition

04/30/2015  Hub City Press – Queries for publication by Hub City Press

04/30/2015  Huizache – Poetry, Prose

04/30/2015  Inklings Publishing – Eclectically Vegas, Baby!

04/30/2015  Inlandia – Hillary Gravendyk Poetry Book Prize

04/30/2015  Island Magazine – Essay, Short Fiction, Poetry

04/30/2015  Jaggery – Fiction, Art, Essays, Poetry, Reviews

04/30/2015  Late Night Library – 2015 Debut-litzer Prizes

04/30/2015  Lines & Stars – L+S PRESS Spring 2015 Broadside Project

04/30/2015  Lunch Ticket – Creative Nonfiction, Poetry, Fiction etc

04/30/2015  Madcap Review – Art, Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry

04/30/2015  MadHat (Mad Hatters’ Review) – Annual / Fiction/Flash Fiction etc

04/30/2015  Marathon Literary Review – Nonfiction, Fiction & Flash Fiction etc

04/30/2015  Mikrokosmos Journal – Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction

04/30/2015  Minor Literature[s] – PROSE –– Fiction

04/30/2015  Missoula Cultural Council – The Last Best Solstice: Art on the River 2015

04/30/2015  Modjaji Books – Collection of Short Stories, Non-Fict, Poetry, Novel

04/30/2015  Neutrons Protons – FOOLED

04/30/2015  New South – Theme Issue: ‘Adventure’, Non-fiction, Fiction, Poetry, Art Submissions

04/30/2015  Nine Arches Press – Nine Arches Press poetry collection submissions

04/30/2015  Noemi Press – Noemi Press Book Award for Fiction, Poetry

04/30/2015  NonBinary Review – NonBinary Review Issue #5

04/30/2015  Octopus –  Full-Length April Open Poetry Manuscript

04/30/2015  On The Premises – OTP Mini-Contest #25: Same Word, Different Meanings

04/30/2015  Pantheon Magazine – FICTION ( NYX #8), POETRY (NYX #8)

04/30/2015  Permafrost Magazine – Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry

04/30/2015  POETRY – 2015 Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowships

04/30/2015  Poetry International – 2015 PI Poetry International Prize

04/30/2015  PTC FIRST Program – 2014/2015 PTC FIRST Creo Model and Team Picture Submission

04/30/2015  Puerto del Sol – 2015 Poetry Contest, 2015 Fiction Contest

04/30/2015  Quarterly West –  Fiction, New Media/Art, Non fict, Poetry

04/30/2015  Radiator – Flash Fiction Contest – $500 Prize – No Fee

04/30/2015  Rattle – Ekphrastic Challenge

04/30/2015  Red Ants Pants Music Festival – Food Vendor, Craft and Organization Vendor etc

04/30/2015  Redivider – 2015 Beacon Street Prize: Fiction, Poetry, Nonfict

04/30/2015  Sequestrum – Editor’s Reprint Award – 2015

04/30/2015  Snapdragon: A Journal of Art & Healing – Poetry, Creative Nonfiction

04/30/2015  South85 Journal – Poetry,  Non-Fiction, Fiction

04/30/2015  Souvenir Lit Journal – Prose, Poetry

04/30/2015  Swarm – Poetry, Fiction

04/30/2015  Tahoma Literary Review – Poetry, Fiction, Nonfict, Flash Fiction, Flash Nonfict

04/30/2015  Teenage Wasteland Review – Creative Nonfiction, Fiction, Poetry

04/30/2015  Tenebris Books – Oslo Writers League – Anthology 2015

04/30/2015  The Ghost Story – The Ghost Story Supernatural Fiction Award

04/30/2015  The Hopkins Review – Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry

04/30/2015  The Inge Morath Foundation – Inge Morath Award 2015

04/30/2015  The Red Line – Nature

04/30/2015  The Writer – An Ocean of Possibility – 1,000-word fictional short story

04/30/2015  Third Point Press – Art, Fiction, Poetry, Everything Else

04/30/2015  This Very Breath Journal – Submit to This Very Breath

04/30/2015  Thrice Publishing – Thrice Fiction Magazine

04/30/2015  Trio House Press – Louise Bogan Award, Trio Award for First or Second Book

04/30/2015  Tule Review – Poetry , Art Work Submissions

04/30/2015  Wigleaf – Fiction

04/30/2015  WildAgePress – Restless – Pride Month

04/30/2015  Winter Goose Publishing – General Hallway Publishing , General Winter Goose

04/30/2015  Young Muslim Writers Awards – Key Stage 2 Poetry  etc

05/01/2015  Ace Awards – Illustration, Photography

05/01/2015  Alembic Literary Magazine – Poetry, Artwork, Fiction, Photography, Nonfiction

05/01/2015  American Literary Review – Photography, Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction

05/01/2015  American Literary Translators Association – Lucien Stryk Asian Translation Prize

05/01/2015  Ashland Poetry Press – Richard Snyder Publication Prize

05/01/2015  Barrelhouse – Online issue: The 1990s, SPECIAL THEME: Riots

05/01/2015  Black Earth Institute – Black Earth Fellow Applications

05/01/2015  Bluestem – Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Artwork

05/01/2015  Boulevard – Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction, One-Year Subscription

05/01/2015  Breakwater Review – Poetry, Fiction

05/01/2015  carte blanche – poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, translation, comics etc

05/01/2015  Change Seven Magazine – Art/Photography, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Poetry

05/01/2015  Clear Water Press – Summer Story Coaching Application

05/01/2015  Cleaver Magazine – Fiction, Flash, Cr Nonfiction, Poetry

05/01/2015  Darling Magazine – Online Drafts due April 2015

05/01/2015  Dirty Chai – Creative Nonfiction,Fiction, Visual Art and Photography etc

05/01/2015  Drunken Boat – Fiction, Translation, Non-Fiction

05/01/2015  Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading – General Submissions

05/01/2015  Emerald Coast Review ECR – Student, Nonfiction, Artwork/Photographs etc

05/01/2015  Emerging Writers Reading Series – Prose Fiction , Poetry , Creative Non-Fict

05/01/2015  Essay Press – Essay Press 2015 Open Book Contest

05/01/2015  Fact-Simile Editions – Poetry, Prose, Visual

05/01/2015  Fiction Southeast – 2015 Fiction Southeast Editors’ Prize

05/01/2015  Fugue – Poetry, Prose Contests, General Hybrid etc

05/01/2015  Giertz Gallery at Parkland College – Exhibition Proposal

05/01/2015  Gold Man Review – Nonfiction, Poetry, Fiction

05/01/2015  Gorge Literary Journal – Flash Fiction, Essay/Memoir, Poetry

05/01/2015  Horror Writers Association – 2015 Poetry Showcase Submissions

05/01/2015  Hotel Amerika – Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Prose Poetry etc

05/01/2015  Hudson Whitman/ Excelsior College Press – Coming Home

05/01/2015  Hugo House – Scribes 2015 Application, Scribes Summer Internship

05/01/2015  Imaginary Friend Press – Full Length Reading Period

05/01/2015  IWMF – Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship

05/01/2015  Knockout Magazine – Poetry

05/01/2015  Kudzu House – Essay Brief , Article Length Essay (5.3 Autumn Equinox)

05/01/2015  Lanterns of Hope – Submissions

05/01/2015  Litquake – Main Festival Submission, Lit Crawl San Francisco

05/01/2015  McLean Project for the Arts – MPAartfest 2015

05/01/2015  Minerva Rising – Literary, Poetry, Artwork and Photo

05/01/2015  Moon City Press – The 2015 Moon City Poetry Award

05/01/2015  Motor City Match – Building Owner Application

05/01/2015  North Carolina Literary Review – James Applewhite Poetry Prize

05/01/2015  OxMag – The Golden Ox Award For Prose And Poetry

05/01/2015  Passager Books – Passager Books

05/01/2015  Playboy – Playboy 2015 College Fiction Contest, 2015 Entry for Subscribers

05/01/2015  Poetry City, USA – Poetry City, USA: Open reading period

05/01/2015  Prescott Gallery – Prescott Gallery Summer Exhibition Open Call

05/01/2015  Proximity Magazine – Issue Seven: Borders

05/01/2015  Quest Writer’s Conference – Quest Writer’s Conference Application

05/01/2015  Seneca Review – Beyond Category: dual or multiple media / genre work etc

05/01/2015  SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery – Summer 2015 Residency Lab

05/01/2015  Soundings Review – Poetry

05/01/2015  Southern Indiana Review – Drama, Fiction, Nonfict etc

05/01/2015  Spider Road Press – 2015 Spider’s Web Flash Fiction Prize

05/01/2015  TechTown Detroit – DTX Launch Detroit 2015

05/01/2015  The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes – NYSCA Electronic Media & Film

05/01/2015  The Conium Review – 2015 Innovative Short Fiction Contest ($500 Prize)

05/01/2015  The Miss Black US Ambassador Scholarship Pageant – 2015 Volunteer Application

05/01/2015  The Poetry Society – Poetry News – Poetry Society Members’ Poems competition

05/01/2015  The Quiver – Outside Submissions, St. Sebastian’s Submissions

05/01/2015  TSR: The Southampton Review – TSR: The Roger Rosenblatt Comic Essay Prize

05/01/2015  Tupelo Press – The Berkshire Prize for a First or Second Book of Poetry 2015

05/01/2015  Tupelo Quarterly – TQ7 Poetry Prize, Portfolio: Pilgrimage, Voyage & Return

05/01/2015  Vital Narrative Press – The Essential Summer Reader

05/01/2015  Waxwing – Prose, Poetry

05/01/2015  Weasel Press – Typewriter Emergencies

05/01/2015  Western Masters – 2015 Heart of the West Live Auction Artwork

05/01/2015  Wick Poetry Center – 2015 Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize

05/01/2015  workshopresidence – Annual Residency Competition: 2015

05/01/2015  Yellow Flag Press – Open Reading Period – Chapbooks, Broadsides

05/02/2015  Butler Bridge Program – 2015 Booth Tarkington Prize for Young Writers

05/02/2015  New American Press – NEW STORIES FROM THE MIDWEST

05/02/2015  Slideluck – Red Hook Crit Slideluck Bikeshow II , SLIDELUCK Berlin V

05/02/2015  Solstice Literary Magazine – ANNUAL LITERARY CONTEST

05/03/2015  Arts Mid-Hudson – 2015 Dutchess County Executive’s Arts Award

05/03/2015  Cordite Poetry Review – Poetry Submissions to Cordite 50: TRANSTASMAN

05/03/2015  ELJ Publications – Poetry(Chapbook), Poetry(Full-Length) etc

05/03/2015  Folio Lit Journal – 2015 Issue Launch + 30th Anniversary Lucha Libro Fundraiser

05/03/2015  Hugo House – Scribes 2015 Application, Scribes Summer Internship

05/03/2015  Savannah College of Art & Design – Landfall

05/03/2015  The Bacon Review – Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Visual

05/03/2015  undr_scr review – Artist Submissions

05/04/2015  AFAC Ltd – Strategic Command Program , EDP Course

05/04/2015  Aqueous Magazine – Flash Fiction Contest , Prose Volume Nine etc

05/04/2015  Arachne Press Limited – Liberty Tales

05/04/2015  Cannonball – Visiting Residency Application 2016

05/04/2015  Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis – Great Rivers Biennial 2016

05/04/2015  International Black Women’s Film Festival – 2015 Earlybird Deadline

05/04/2015  Point of Convergence – Letters, Book Cover, Non-Fict Essay, Poetry, Short Fict

05/04/2015  Six Mile Post – Derweatra’s Team

05/04/2015  Traverse Theatre – Words, Words, Words

05/05/2015  Ghost Ocean Magazine – Tree Light Books 2015 Chapbook Contest

05/05/2015  Loco Mag – Issue #18: Fight Or Flight

05/05/2015  Montana Film Office – YouTube Content Preliminary Pitch

05/05/2015  Ruminate Magazine – Readers Ruminate, Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize

05/05/2015  Spring Creek Project – Campus Wild

05/05/2015  The Manhattanville Review – Mville Writing Alumni Contest

05/06/2015  Cambridge Writers’ Workshop – CWW Summer Writing Retreat in Paris

05/06/2015  Harpo Foundation – Grants for Visual Artists, LOI New Work Project Grants

05/06/2015  Meat for Tea: The Valley Review – Recipes, Flash and microfiction, Art etc

05/06/2015  Terrain – Bazaar 2015 Call For Submissions

05/06/2015  The San Francisco Foundation – 2015 Murphy Cadogan Contemporary Art Awards

05/07/2015  CWC-Peninsula – Fault Zone Fiction,  Personal Essay, Poetry

Last line of text cut off when viewing MS Word documents

April 20th, 2015 by

Recently, administrators using Submittable have encountered an issue where the last line of certain MS Word manuscripts is cut off when they’re viewing the manuscript in the Document Viewer of the Submission Details page. We have found that this issue occurs when documents are created in the open-source software OpenOffice and LibreOffice and saved as .DOC files. Submittable uses Microsoft Word 2013 format to display documents to administrators, and this error appears to be caused by an incompatibility between MS Word and OpenOffice/LibreOffice.

To prevent this issue from happening, if you are a submitter creating a document in OpenOffice or LibreOffice, please enter a carriage return at the end of your last line of text, so that there is an additional blank line of text at the end of your manuscript.

If you are an administrator and you find that a document is missing its last line when you view it in our Document Viewer, you can download the file from Submittable and view it in a version of Word prior to 2013. To download the file, click the blue ‘Download this file’ icon in the upper left-hand corner of the document’s Submission Details page.

 

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