This is a really cool prompt and submission opportunity from the folks at Golden Walkman Magazine for a project they are calling “Dialogue Submissions.” Every few months, they will publ…
I really can’t say enough great things about the staff at Lunch Ticket. They are kind, responsive, and organized. I wanted to know a little bit more about what they have going on and they are…
Entropy is a “website featuring literary & non-literary content. A website that seeks to engage with the literary community, that becomes its own community, and creates a space for literary & non-literary ideas.”
They recently posted an article on where to submit in August and September. Click here to read the complete article.
Special thanks to David Antonio Moody, who put together a fantastic version of this list sorted and linked by date in this Google doc.
I then took his list and further filtered it below to the markets still open with no submission fees. Read all the guidelines carefully before submitting your work.
The following listings from the article are still open…
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Franciscan University Press is accepting 48-100 page manuscripts during August 2017 for its Jacopone da Todi Poetry Prize. “We want work which reflects a disciple’s heart.”
I wondered how and why this poetry prize came to be, so I asked editor David Craig a few questions to find out. See my interview with Craig and a link to their submission guidelines below.
HOPKINSON: How/why was Jacopone da Todi Poetry Prize originally started?
CRAIG: I’ve been doing a highly thought of Christian chapbook series at Franciscan U. of Steubenville for many years, so when they re-started up the press they asked me to do a larger series. I said I would if we’d ask for poems written “with a disciples’ heart.” (No sense doing the same old stuff.) Da Todi was a wonderfully strange Franciscan poet, the best known Franciscan one we could think of. So that’s what we went with.
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As the oldest literary and arts review in the UK, The London Magazine has a long history of publishing great essayists; works by the likes of T.S. Eliot can be found in their archives.
In The London Magazine’s inaugural Essay Competition, they hope to find the most exciting new essays to reaffirm and develop the magazine’s strong nonfiction tradition.
All submissions must be previously unpublished and no longer than 1500 words. They are looking for non-academic, original work “with a powerful voice that is not afraid to surprise.”
There is no set theme or subject.
Entry fee: £10
Deadline: August 31st
Check out The London Magazine’s website for more information
Pøst is a new bi-lingual online journal publishing in both English and French, seeking “new poetic tools to represent contemporary society, which is characterized by globalization (suppression of geographical borders, blending of languages) and plurality (fluidity in any and every form, fragmentation of identities).”
I wondered how and why this journal came to be, so I asked Editor Gabriel Kunst a few questions to find out. See my interview with Kunst and a link to their submission guidelines below.
HOPKINSON: Tell me a little bit about Pøst.
KUNST: Pøst- is an online poetry magazine that publishes texts in English and French. We are based in Montreal, but we want poets from all over the world to send us their best work. We are interested in showcasing established writers as well as emerging talents.
HOPKINSON: How/why was Pøst originally started?
KUNST: We decided to create Pøst- to allow English and French-speaking poets to publish…
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