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August 2022 Top Picks: Opportunities for Writers

The August 2022 edition of "Writing Life Essentials" is a monthly hand-curated list of contests, grants, scholarships, submissions calls, and awards. We try to prioritize opportunities that are at least one of the following: local, free to apply, and/or committed to celebrating and supporting writers from historically marginalized communities. We do the research, so you have more time for what matters: the writing. Or, chipping away at your summer reading list. That’s important, too.

 

Contests & Awards

Granum Foundation Prizes | Granum Foundation

Fee: $0; Award: $5,000; Deadline: August 2nd

A prize of $5,000 will be given annually to a poet, fiction writer, or creative nonfiction writer to support the completion of a manuscript-in-progress. Up to three finalists will be awarded $500 or more. A Translation Prize of $500 or more will also be given. Using only the online submission system, submit a manuscript of approximately 30 pages by August 2. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Literary Prize | Aspen Words

Fee: $60; Award: $35,000; Deadline: August 5th

A prize of $35,000 is given annually for a book of fiction published in the current year that “illuminates a vital contemporary issue and demonstrates the transformative power of literature on thought and culture.” The winner also receives an all-expenses-paid trip to attend the 2023 Aspen Summer Words Writers Conference & Literary Festival in Aspen, Colorado, as a featured speaker and to attend the Aspen Words annual benefit dinner as a guest of honor. Novels, story collections, and translations of books of fiction published in the United States in 2022 are eligible. Publishers may submit a copy of the book with a $60 entry fee by August 5. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Open Book Prize | Omnidawn Publishing

Fee: $27; Award: $3,000; Deadline: August 15th

A prize of $3,000, publication by Omnidawn Publishing, and 100 author copies is given annually for a poetry collection. Shane McCrae will judge. Submit a manuscript of 40 to 120 pages with a $27 entry fee by August 15. For an additional $3, entrants will receive a book of their choice from the Omnidawn catalog. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Poetry and Short Fiction Prizes | Kallisto Gaia Press

Fee: $20; Award: $1,500; Deadline: August 20th

Two prizes of $1,500 each and publication in Ocotillo Review are given annually for a poem and a short story. Zoë Fay-Stindt will judge the Julia Darling Memorial Poetry Prize and Jen Knox will judge the Chester B. Himes Memorial Short Fiction Prize. Using only the online submission system, submit up to three poems of no more than 65 lines each or a story of up to 4,200 words with a $20 entry fee, which includes a copy of Ocotillo Review, by August 20. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Short Story Award for New Writers | Masters Review

Fee: $20; Award: $3,000; Deadline: August 28th

A prize of $3,000 and publication in Masters Review is given twice yearly for a short story by an emerging writer. Writers who have not published a book are eligible, as are writers who have published a book with a circulation of less than 5,000. The winning story will also be sent to Victoria Cappello (Bent Agency), Sarah Fuentes (Fletcher & Company), Siobhan McBride (Carnicelli Literary Management), Andrea Morrison (Writers House), Heather Schroder (Compass Talent), and Nat Sobel (Sobel Weber Associates) for review. Submit a short story of up to 6,000 words with a $20 entry fee from July 1 to August 28. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Eugene Paul Nassar Poetry Prize | Utica College

Fee: $0; Award: $2,000; Deadline: August 31st

A prize of $2,000 is given annually for a poetry collection published in the previous year by a resident of upstate New York. The winner will also give a reading and teach a master class at Utica College in April 2023. Publishers or authors may submit two copies of a book of at least 48 pages published between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, and a curriculum vitae by August 31. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Fool for Poetry International Chapbook Competition | Munster Literature Centre

Fee: $0; Award: $1,089; Deadline: August 31st

A prize of €1,000 (approximately $1,089) and publication by the Munster Literature Centre is given annually for a poetry chapbook. The winner will also receive accommodations to give a reading at the Cork International Poetry Festival in 2023. Submit a manuscript of 16 to 24 pages with a €25 entry fee (approximately $27) by August 31. All entries are considered for publication. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Lab Prize | University of New Orleans Press

Fee: $28; Award: $10,000; Deadline: August 31st

A prize of $10,000 and publication by University of New Orleans Press is given annually for a short story collection or novel. Using only the online submission system, submit a manuscript of any length with a $28 entry fee by August 31. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Fischer Prize | Talking Gourds

Fee: $10; Award: $1,000; Deadline: August 31st

A prize of $1,000 is given annually for a single poem. The winner will also be featured in a Bardic Trails online reading in 2023 and will receive a $100 honorarium for participating. Anna Scotti will judge. Submit a poem of up to three pages with a $10 entry fee ($25 for three poems) by August 31. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Flash Fiction Contest | Gemini Magazine

Fee: $7; Award: $1,000; Deadline: August 31st

A prize of $1,000 and publication in Gemini Magazine is given annually for a short short story. The editors will judge. Submit a story of up to 1,000 words with a $7 entry fee by August 31. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Creative Writing Award | Aesthetica

Fee: $16; Award: $3,256; Deadline: August 31st

Two prizes of £2,500 (approximately $3,256) each and publication in Aesthetica Creative Writing Annual are given annually for a poem and a short story. In addition, the winner in poetry also receives a membership to the Poetry Society in London, and the winner in short fiction receives a consultation with the literary agency Redhammer Management. Both winners receive a subscription to Granta and a selection of books from Vintage Books. Using only the online submission system, submit a poem of up to 40 lines with a £12 (approximately $16) entry fee or a short story of up to 2,000 words with an £18 (approximately $23) entry fee by August 31. All entries are considered for publication. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Stories Out of School Flash Fiction Contest | Academy for Teachers

Fee: $0; Award: $1,000; Deadline: September 1st

A prize of $1,000 and publication in A Public Space will be given annually for a work of flash fiction about teachers and school, in which the protagonist or narrator is a K–12 teacher. Using only the online submission system, submit a short story of six to 749 words by September 1. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

First Book Award | Academy of American Poets

Fee: $35; Award: $5,000; Deadline: September 1st

A prize of $5,000, publication by Graywolf Press, and a six-week residency at the Civitella Ranieri Center in Umbria, Italy, is given annually for a poetry collection by a poet who has not published a book of poems in a standard edition. The winning book will also be distributed to over 5,000 members of the Academy of American Poets. Using only the online submission system, submit a manuscript of 48 to 100 pages with a $35 entry fee by September 1. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Translation Awards | American-Scandinavian Foundation

Fee: $0; Award: $2,500; Deadline: September 1st

A prize of $2,500 and publication of an excerpt in Scandinavian Review is given annually for an English translation of a work of poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction written in a Nordic language (Danish, Faroese, Finnish, Greenlandic, Icelandic, Norwegian, Sami, or Swedish). A prize of $2,000 and publication is also awarded to a translator whose literary translations from a Nordic language have not previously been published. Translations of works by 20th- and 21st-century Nordic authors that have not been published in English are eligible. Submit up to 25 pages of poetry or 50 pages of prose, a copy of the original work, and a curriculum vitae by September 1. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Literary Awards | Dogwood

Fee: $12; Award: $1,000; Deadline: September 5th

Three prizes of $1,000 each and publication in Dogwood are given annually for a poem, a short story, and an essay. Submit up to three poems totaling no more than 10 pages or up to 22 pages of prose with a $12 entry fee by September 5. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

New Women’s Voices Chapbook Competition | Finishing Line Press

Fee: $20; Award: $1,500; Deadline: September 15th

A prize of $1,500 and publication by Finishing Line Press is given annually for a poetry chapbook by a writer who identifies as a woman and has not yet published a full-length collection. Leah Huete de Maines will judge. Submit a manuscript of 16 to 30 pages with a $20 entry fee by September 15. All entries are considered for publication. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Nature Writing Prize | The Moth

Fee: $15; Award: $1,089; Deadline: September 15th

A prize of €1,000 (approximately $1,089) and publication in the Moth is given annually for a poem, story, or essay that features “an exploration of the writer’s relationship with the natural world.” The winner also receives a weeklong stay at the Circle of Misse artist’s retreat in Missé, France. Max Porter will judge. Submit a poem or a work of prose of up to 4,000 words with an entry fee of €15 (approximately $16) by September 15. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Harvard Review Chapbook Prize | Harvard Review

Fee: $20 (fee waivers available); Award: $500 & publication; Deadline: October 13th - November 13th

This October Harvard Review will launch the inaugural Harvard Review Chapbook Prize. This year’s prize will be given in fiction for a work of novella length (15,000 to 30,000 words). In subsequent years, the prize will be awarded in nonfiction (2024) and poetry (2025). The judge for the 2023 prize is Lily King, award-winning author of five novels, including Writers & Lovers (2020) and Euphoria (2014), which won the Kirkus Award and the New England Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Critics Award. Her most recent book, Five Tuesdays in Winter (2021), is a collection of short stories. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Fellowships, Grants & More

Writing Fellows Program | America’s Future

Deadline: August 12th

Do You Dream Of Seeing Your Byline In Places Like The Federalist, Washington Examiner, National Review, and Reason Magazine? Your opinion matters–we’ll help you share it with the world. The state-based fellowship is held virtually via webcam on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:30 pm ET for six weeks and is designed for writers outside the DC-area. This state-based fellowship features well-known writers and editors from both Washington, DC, and across the country. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Stadler Fellowship | Stadler Center for Poetry

Opening late August

To be eligible, an applicant must be at least 21 years of age, reside in the United States, have received an MFA or MA in creative writing (in poetry) no earlier than spring 2014, and not be enrolled as a student during the period of the residency. Persons enrolled in a college or university at the time of application are eligible. Poets who have published a full-length collection or have a collection accepted for publication are not eligible. (Please note: Poets with a PhD are not eligible.) Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

MacDowell Fellowships

Fee: $30; Deadline: September 10th

MacDowell is currently accepting applications for the Spring Summer 2023 residency season (March - August 2023). Our next application deadline is September 10, 2022 at 11:59 P.M. ET. MacDowell's mission is to nurture the arts by offering creative individuals an inspiring environment in which they can produce enduring works of the imagination. We encourage applications from artists representing the widest possible range of perspectives and demographics, and who are investigating an unlimited array of inquiries and concerns. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

The Hodder Fellowship | Princeton

Fee: $0; Award: $88,000; Deadline: September 13th

The Hodder Fellowship will be given to artists and writers of exceptional promise to pursue independent projects at Princeton University during the academic year. Potential Hodder Fellows are composers, choreographers, performance artists, visual artists, writers, translators, or other kinds of artists or humanists who have “much more than ordinary intellectual and literary gifts”; they are selected more “for promise than for performance.” Given the strength of the applicant pool, most successful Fellows have published a first book or have similar achievements in their own fields; the Hodder is designed to provide Fellows with the “studious leisure” to undertake significant new work. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Work Experience

Café Manager | GrubStreet

Boston, MA

Fabulist is a new cafe that will nourish community, creativity and authenticity in the Seaport. Located in GrubStreet's newly opened Center for Creative Writing and next door to Porter Square Books, Fabulist is looking for an entrepreneurial General Manager to join our team as we launch this exciting new establishment. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Editor | Erewhon Books

Remote | New York City, NY

Erewhon is seeking to hire a creative and enthusiastic editor of literary speculative fiction to acquire for a boutique list of SF&F books that are high quality, unique within the genre, and commercially successful. An editor is responsible for 8 to 10 titles per year, along with supporting the performance of backlist titles, seeking out and maintaining relationships with authors and agents, negotiating major contract terms, and mentoring junior staff. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Book Reviewer for Independent Titles | The Review Group

Remote

You will be an experienced degree-educated book reviewer to read and review indie titles for our popular author sites, for an immediate start. This is a home-based freelance job. We are looking for someone who can cope with reviewing a minimum of six titles a month, rising to as many as you can handle, plus other content writing tasks such as beta reading reports. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Freelance Email Copywriter | Copycat Copywriters

Remote

Copycat Copywriters is a Brooklyn-based copywriting collective that builds in-house writing teams for digital marketing agencies and brands. We’re currently looking for part-time freelance email copywriters to grow with Copycat. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Senior Editor | The Adroit Journal

The Adroit Journal seeks an experienced and ambitious editor to lead the expansion of our publication of short stories, flash fiction, and creative non-fiction. The right candidate will have previous literary journal or press experience, and be comfortable leading a large team of volunteer editors and readers. With the support of our four prose editors, our editor-in-chief and executive editor, you will be responsible for evaluating and selecting prose for publication, soliciting submissions, and setting the direction for our prose prizes and relevant special projects. The position is currently estimated to require four to five hours per week and is on a volunteer basis (with the hope that there may be a stipend in the future). Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Staff Engagement Coordinator | The Adroit Journal

The Adroit Journal seeks a passionate, organized Staff Engagement Coordinator with a penchant for community building to lead community and educational programs for members of the Adroit Journal staff. The coordinator will manage the logistics of both our Visiting Writer Series and In-House Staff Craft Talks, which will include recruiting dynamic and exciting authors to enrich. Also, the coordinator will spearhead initiatives that enable staff members to establish connections within the currently 100+ strong Adroit community. Candidates should have experience working in literary organizations, as well as experience mobilizing and completing community building projects. The position is currently estimated to require four to five hours per week and is on a volunteer basis (with the hope that there may be a stipend in the future). Visit the website for complete guidelines.

 

Submissions

 

Submissions to Creative Nonfiction

Fee: $3; Deadline: August 1st

Creative Nonfiction is currently seeking original short nonfiction for the Sunday Short Read email, which reaches 8,000+ readers weekly. Accepted work is also featured and archived online. We’re open to submissions on any subject, in any style. Surprise us! View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Grist

Fee: $4; Deadline: August 15th

Grist: A Journal of the Literary Arts seeks high quality submissions from both emerging and established writers. It publishes craft essays and interviews as well as fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to ZYZZYVA

Fee: $0; Deadline: opening September 1st

ZYZZYVA is a San Francisco literary journal publishing fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art by the best writers, poets, translators, and artists working on the West Coast—and beyond. Since the magazine’s inception over thirty years ago, each issue offers the thrill of discovering new voices, and the satisfaction of reading new works by award-winning and established authors. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Consequence

Fee: $0; Deadline: October 15th

Consequence addresses the human consequences and realities of war and geopolitical violence through literature and art, offering intellectual and emotional access to the experiences of combatants, victims, and witnesses. We provide the public with works and voices from around the world to promote a clearer and more nuanced understanding of what’s at stake in choosing to wage war or engage in conflict. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora

Fee: $0; Deadline: October 15th

Obsidian supports—through publication and critical inquiry—the contemporary poetry, fiction, drama/performance, visual and media art of Africans globally. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Cream City Review

Fee: $0; Deadline: November 1st

We are devoted to publishing memorable and energetic fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. We also feature reviews of contemporary literature and criticism, as well as author interviews, artwork, and comics. CCR seeks to publish not only a broad range of writings, but a broad range of writers with diverse backgrounds as well. Both beginning and well-established writers are welcome. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to River Styx

Fee: Yes; Deadline: November 30th

As a multicultural magazine of poetry, prose and art, River Styx publishes works of both new and established artists significant for their originality, energy and deft of craft. The high quality of its form and content have made it a leader among literary magazines for more than 40 years. We publish poetry, short fiction, essays, drawings, and photographs. If your work is the best that it can be and you deem it fits with the established style and content of our magazine, please send it to River Styx. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Midwest Review

Fee: Yes; Deadline: December 1st

We look for well-crafted, thoughtful, and thought-provoking writing and visual art that examines, interprets, and redefines the full spectrum of life, past and present, in the Midwest. The Midwest is the region of the north central United States that includes the Great Lakes area and the upper Mississippi River valley (according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Midwest is comprised of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, and Missouri). Of course, the Midwest is also a state of mind. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to West Trade Review

Fee: $0; Deadline: December 15th

West Trade Review strives to put forth the best contemporary poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction (memoir/personal essays) and publishes a mix of established and up and coming writers.  We are committed to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and want to hear from underrepresented voices of all types. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to The PoArtMo Anthology

Fee: $12; Deadline: December 31st

PoArtMo stands for “Positive Actions Rally Thoughts & Momentum,” a concept based on the following tenets: 1. Family-friendliness & clean language – 2. Positivity and upliftment – 3. Inclusivity and respect for all. Short stories, flash fiction, essays, drawings, paintings, photography, and digital art. No poetry. Especially interested in reading submissions from people who work on positive projects and concepts. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Ploughshares

Fee: $3; Deadline: January 15th

Ploughshares has published quality literature since 1971. Our award-winning literary journal is published four times a year; our lively literary blog publishes new writing daily. Since 1989, we have been based at Emerson College in downtown Boston. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Adroit Journal

Fee: $0; Deadline: April 1st, 2023

The Adroit Journal is looking for work that’s bizarre, authentic, subtle, outrageous, indefinable, raw, paradoxical. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to The Decadent Review

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

The Decadent Review is seeking spectacularly written texts of any length on the subject of Dmitri Shostakovich and his music. They’re looking for: Criticism (cultural, literary), reviews (recordings, books, poetry, art), essays (aesthetics, linguistics, meta, history), musical ekphrasis of compositions (poetic, euphonious, discordant). They value: Erudition, cynicism, sarcasm, classicism, brutality, humor, and existential despair. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to World Wildlife Love Letter

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

World Wildlife Magazine invites submissions of short, uplifting personal essays about nature’s impact on a writer. Length: 100-300 words. Pay: $1.25/word for accepted pieces. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Solstice Literary Magazine

Fee: $3; Deadline: Rolling

Solstice Literary Magazine welcomes experimental or traditional pieces of fiction, nonfiction or poetry, graphic lit, and also photography. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to The Boston Review

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

The Boston Review welcomes nonfiction and book review submissions on a wide range of subjects, from politics, philosophy, and economics to science, law, gender, sexuality, and race. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Incessant Pipe

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

The WebSalh0n for Poetry and Poetry related writing and media. Accepting poetry, essays, reviews, and audio recordings.Send submissions w/short bio to: [email protected] View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Lily Poetry Review

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

Lily Poetry Review is currently accepting general submissions of poetry, art and flash fiction for the review, chapbook and full-length poetry books. Please go to the Submittable for full details. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to The Massachusetts Review

Fee: $3; Deadline: Rolling

“We seek a balance between established writers and promising new ones. We're interested in material of variety and vitality relevant to the intellectual and aesthetic questions of our time. We aspire to have a broad appeal; our commitment, in part regional, is not provincial.” View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Meat For Tea

Fee: $4.50; Deadline: Rolling

Meat For Tea is a non-academic affiliated magazine committed to recognizing and featuring the work of the artists, writers, and musicians living in western Massachusetts and beyond. Writing submissions should be works of poetry and short prose no longer than 1500 words in length, 8000 words for short fiction and essays, 1200 words for flash and microfiction. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to The Los Angeles Review

Fee: $3; Deadline: Rolling

The Los Angeles Review is open for submissions year-round. All submissions will be considered for LAR Online and for the new best-of print edition to be released yearly in the Spring. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Hare’s Paw

Fee: $3; Deadline: Rolling

Hare's Paw Literary Journal is limitless - representing the ability to walk between our own stillness and the world around us, identifying what matters and what intrigues us, regardless of societal demands. Hare's Paw publishes authentic, strange, soulful, and even joyful work that allows all voices to be heard. If you've ever had a hard time placing your work, consider Hare's Paw Literary Journal your home. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Share Journal

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

Contributors can submit fiction, non-fiction, poetry or visual artwork that portrays experiences from their lives, or activities and happenings in the world around them. We encourage you to share your work in any form as long as each mode represents a topical theme relatable to life, human nature, human condition, human concerns, human growth and achievements, etc. Whatever your story is, you are welcome to share it with us. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Capsule Stories

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

Capsule Stories is a print literary magazine published once every season. Our first issue was published on March 1, 2019, and we accept submissions year-round. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to BreakBread Magazine

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

BreakBread Magazine is a magazine for all young creatives under the age of 25. We are always looking for vivid, timely poetry, nonfiction, short stories and visual arts—fine art, photography, comics, illustrated narratives, and hybrid work that explores new directions in arts and letters.   View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Rollick Magazine

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

Rollick’s mandate is to attract cutting-edge, quality content that inspires real engagement. We will consider any pitch that expresses unique and original thought. You can send in short stories, essays, poetry, memoirs, confessionals, experimental fiction, and anything else in between. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to The Puritan

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

The Puritan seeks submissions all year round, from anywhere in the world. Regular submissions to the magazine are free of charge and should fall under one of four categories: fiction, essays, poetry, and reviews. Unless we are soliciting your work, all submissions must be previously unpublished (this includes self-publishing, publishing on blogs, and in chapbook format). View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to The 365 Collection | Lucky Jefferson

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

Lucky Jefferson happily accepts unso­licited sub­mis­sions of poetry year-round into its 365 Collection, a 100% digital collection of poetry and other literature. Upon acceptance, submissions will be included on our website and social media account(s).

 View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Embark Literary Journal

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

Embark accepts submissions from all over the world and have no geographical constraints. However, all submissions must be written in English (or translated into English from another language, in which case both the author and the translator must be credited). They do NOT accept submissions of memoirs or other nonfiction works. Only the openings of novels (works of fiction 50,000 words or longer) will be considered. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Frontier Poetry

Fee: $0; Award: $50 per poem, up to $150; Deadline: Rolling

Submissions for Frontier Poetry’s New Voices poetry category are open year round to any new and emerging poet who has not published more than one full-length collection of poetry. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Voyage YA

Fee: $0; Award: $200 per accepted story; Deadline: Rolling

Voyage YA simply aims to publish good work and provide a space for new and established voices. To get an idea of what they publish, please read their archives. General submissions are open year-round and there is no fee to submit to their general categories. New work is published weekly. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to So to Speak Blog

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

The So to Speak Blog is unique in that it opens itself up to multiple forms of storytelling. Hybrid works, reviews, interviews, and visual art are welcomed submissions. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to The Sun 

Fee: $0; Award: $100-$2,000; Deadline: Rolling

The Sun publishes personal essays, fiction, and poetry. Personal stories that touch on political and cultural issues are welcome. They encourage submissions from writers of color. View more submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Boston Accent Lit

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

Submissions to Boston Accent Lit are always open on a rolling basis. They accept works in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and art. Issues are published six times per year online. View complete submission guidelines here.

 

Submissions to Boston Poetry Magazine

Fee: $0; Deadline: Rolling

Boston Poetry Magazine accepts submissions year-round. They accept both previously published material and simultaneous submissions. View complete submission guidelines here.

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