Publishing & Journalism:

The sky at one time, 90 ways (Topic).

Ursula K. Le Guin, blogger: ‘thus gnawing at the very foundation of the belief that things have to be the way they are (New Republic).’

Short nonfiction authors in conversation (Poets & Writers).

Clay persists, for cars and blues alike (Phys Org, Artsy).

No more ruin porn: Aaron Foley is reframing the Detroit story (The Guardian).

Helping out: Irma victims, and disaster volunteering (New York Times, Red Cross).

Lynda Barry thinks smartphones threaten discomfort and thus, creativity (Open Culture).

23 poets respond to DACA (Poetry Foundation).

Submittable’s marketplace for writers and artists now has an FAQ page.

Some Opportunities:

The College Book Art Association seeks books, prints, and zines with a social justice focus for an upcoming traveling book arts exhibition.

Cherry Tree welcomes submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and literary shade for its annual literary magazine.

VoiceCatcher is hosting a contest for female-identified writers: ‘Joining Our Voices For Social Justice.’

In conjunction with NinaAlvarez.net, Cosmographia Books is hosting a monthly poetry contest. One poem a month will receive publication and $50.

Awarded annually, The Karen Schmeer Film Editing fellowship is a year-long experience dedicated to supporting an emerging documentary film editor.

Two Sisters Writing & Publishing has a number of open opportunities, including a sci-fi short story contest.

RAIR (Recycled Artist in Residency) in Philadelphia offers two residencies dedicated to building awareness about sustainability through art and design.

Judged by Michael Earl Craig, the Open Country Press Chapbook Contest is open to manuscripts of 20-30 pages.

Inkubus Publishing seeks erotica and romance by men for men. Their current call is ‘Stroking Alter Egos.’

Bodies of Words, from December Press, will be a full-color book of literary tattoos.

The Ucross Foundation’s new Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists supports contemporary Native American artists at all stages in their professional careers.

The Short, Short Fiction Prize from The Southampton Review is open to stories of no more than 350 words.

The Millay Colony is an artists residency program in Upstate New York offering one-month and two-week retreats to six visual artists, writers and composers.

Ablaze Records seeks scores for its new choral series disc.

Ecotone, the literary magazine dedicated to reimagining place, welcomes work from a wide range of voices.

The Aura Estrada Short Story Contest from Boston Review will be judged by Viet Thanh Nguyen.

Apeiron Review seeks poetry, fiction, nonfiction, photography, and illustrations for its online magazine.

For its Open Script call, Traverse Theatre seeks plays by writers based in Scotland, the UK and Ireland.

Teaching Tolerance Educator Grants support educators who embrace and embed anti-bias principles throughout their schools.

Women’s Studio Workshop has several current internship and residency opportunities.

Find Submittable jobs here.

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