Publishing & Journalism:
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‘Where are the radical Indigenous feminists? Why are our stories not valued and our voices not more amplified?’
It’s all about Llama Llama Red Pajama.
Wild nights, passion, loaded gun: another Emily?
An interview with Augustín Fuentes on homosapien creativity.
Eight secrets to reading more whole books.
‘When you go to prison, you become that number. My identity, who I was, didn’t matter. You become like an item. Like property.’
Matthew Zapruder doesn’t regret what he’s published.
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The Spectacle is open to poetry, fiction, and nonfiction submissions from traditionally underrepresented voices, including but not limited to LGBTQ+ writers, writers of color, indigenous writers, people with disabilities, and women.
Every spring, Grist welcomes unpublished creative work that explores the relationship between content and form for the ProForma Contest. Open to all forms of literary expression.
South 85 Journal is a semi-annual online journal seeking fiction, nonfiction, poetry, reviews, and art by new, emerging, and well-established writers and artists.
Palooka Press seeks manuscripts of roughly 30-50 pages for its Chapbook Contest.
For its New Voices Writing Competition, judged by Sabyn Javeri, The Missing Slate seeks short stories by Pakistani writers of any age.
The Millay Colony for the Arts is hosting a Master Class Retreat Week Writing & Publishing Intensive with Carole Maso, Jonny Diamond of LitHub, and more.
YesYes Books is holding an open reading period for full-length collections of fiction and poetry.
Meridian is accepting submissions for Best New Poets 2017, guest edited by Natalie Diaz.
LONTAR seeks quality literary writing incorporating elements of the fantastic, and in some way connected to the cultures, traditions, mythologies, folk religions, and/or daily life in Southeast Asia.
Pinckney Benedict is the judge for Carve Magazine’s Raymond Carver Short Story Contest, which offers $2500 across five prizes.
Film & Performance:
Now in its 25th year, The Living Room Series embodies The Blank Theatre’s commitment to developing new work by diverse voices from both established and emerging writers. Submissions by women, playwrights of color, and other under-represented voices are strongly encouraged.
AT&T seeks indie and student filmmakers for their Entertainment Project, an open challenge for imaginative, undiscovered short films from talented storytellers across the U.S.
Exhibiting Artists, the Michigan Medicine Gifts of Art Program at the University of Michigan, is seeking 2D and 3D artwork for solo and group exhibitions.
For its Henri Cartier-Bresson Prize in Street Photography, Passporte seeks photographs that represent the contemporary street.
Gallery Route One in Point Reyes Station, CA, will award two fellowships for 2017–2018: Senior and Emerging Fellow. Applicants are automatically considered for both fellowships.
Ragdale is accepting applications for multiple opportunities, including individual and collaborative group residences, and the Alice Judson Hayes Fellowship.
The Connective Project is Prospect Park Alliance’s forthcoming site-specific art exhibition to be installed in the grounds of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for the 150th anniversary celebration this summer.
Green Hill Arts in the UK seeks artist applications for their Open Exhibition.
Creative Job Opportunities:
The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF), a Washington D.C.-based not-for-profit organization, is hiring a Program Officer.
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