Tag Archives: literary magazine

Call for Submissions to “Between Two Rivers”

5 Oct

Re-blogged from http://witspdx.com/2012/10/03/call-for-submissions-to-between-two-rivers/

“There is a new, youth-led publishing center at Roosevelt High School, and they are looking for submissions to their literary anthology, Between Two Rivers. This will be a collection of pieces about unique and cultural places and people in Portland. The book’s audience is anyone who is seeking out places that make Portland special, whether they are residents or visitors.

Submissions can be short fiction, nonfiction, poems, vignettes, or drawings about your relationship to the people and places of Portland. They could also be interesting facts or historic information that enrich one’s appreciation of Portland’s community or places.

Please use a maximum of 500 words.

Please submit your piece to submit.rhs@gmail.com by October 31, 2012.

If you have any questions, contact rhswritingcenter@gmail.com.”

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Perceptions Magazine of the Arts – Submissions Wanted

10 Jan

You don’t have to be a college student to submit to Mt. Hood Community College’s “arts and literature publication,” Perceptions Magazine of the Arts. And you might even win $50! Check out what they’re wanting here:

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Perceptions Magazine of the Arts, an arts and literature publication produced through Mt Hood Community College, is open to submissions. All writing submissions may be entered as hard copy, e-mailed as attachments (word doc, docx, rtf), or included in the body of the e-mail.

Fiction and creative non-fiction must be typed and double-spaced in an easily readable font. There is a five-story submission limit for both fiction and non-fiction. Poems should be submitted in exactly the format the poet wants them to appear on the page. Poets may enter up to ten different pieces.

Questions may be directed to Holly DeGrow atHolly.DeGrow@mhcc.edu. All submissions are due by January 30, 2012. All artists included in the compilation will receive one complimentary copy, and there will also be a $50 final prize in each genre.

LHS Polyglot – Early Submissions End TOMORROW

10 Jan

Hey budding writers,

You’ve got ONE MORE DAY to send in your work to Lincoln’s Polyglot Club to be considered part of the early submissions pack. As mentioned before, those getting their work in early will be entered into a contest for Powell’s gift cards.

But, don’t fret, even if you miss tomorrow’s deadline, you’ll still have a chance to submit your work. Once the deadline deadline is set, I’ll keep you all posted.

Submissions should be sent to lhspolyglot@gmail.com. Happy Writing!

Broadsheet360 Looking for Submissions

9 Jan

Hey Lincoln Writers,

There’s a new on-line magazine on the cyber block and they’re looking for words. Maybe even YOUR words! Here are the deets:

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Broadsheet360 publishes both professional and novice writers. We’re looking for thought-provoking pieces that encourage our readers to connect, converse and change their perspective.

We accept 1000-1500 word submissions on “What I Want You to Know About…”

Upcoming themes include:

Burlesque

Home

Heartbreak

Roller Derby

Life Transitions

The Backseat

Additionally, we publish 750-1000 word stories under [other] column headings.

To submit please email your query to submissions@broadsheet360.com. If we’re interested in running your submission, we’ll be in touch.

Polyglot Literary Magazine

16 Dec

Yesterday, I provided some details on Lincoln’s Polyglot Club, specifically, the literary magazine. I’ve received a bit more information that I wanted to be sure to share with everyone.

The NEW deadline for early submissions is the LAST day of Winter Break (aka Monday, January 2nd). What could possibly be better than an extension of a deadline? How’s about FREE stuff?

Yup, if you submit your work BEFORE the end of break, you’ll be entered into an early submissions contest – prizes are Powell’s gift cards. Come on now, who doesn’t love free stuff?

Of course, if you’re not ready by then, you can still submit your work after January 2nd. I’ll find out the final final deadline & post again.

Submissions should be sent to lhspolyglot@gmail.com. Happy Writing!

Polyglot Literary Mag Submissions

15 Dec

Lincoln’s own Polyglot Club is accepting early submissions, December 16th, for the school’s literary magazine.

Submissions should be sent to lhspolyglot@gmail.com

 

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