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Saturday, July 10, 2010

calls, calls, calls + a return + a leaving

(upcoming deadlines are marked red)

Referential Magazine is looking for submission that refer to texts / images that are online in Referential already: references

Editions Bibliotekos is now seeking submissions for their anticipated third book, an anthology on the theme of "War", deadline: 1.9., guidelines.

Fractured West is currently reading for Issue 2. the editors welcome submissions from all writers, but are particularly interested in new, unpublished, and emerging writers - guidelines (beneath the launch note)

Folded Word will be holding a literary/art contest, everyone is encouraged to submit work that answers the question “Freight: What are you carrying?”, deadline 31.12.

A Broken Laptop is running the series "Writers in Masks" and invites writers to send notes on + pictures of the real and literary masks they wear - guidelines

Spiral Orb, an experiment in permaculture poetics, is now open for poetry submissions through 1.9. , for complete submission guidelines, please see

Cha: An Asian Literary Journal is now accepting submissions for "The China Issue", an edition of the journal devoted exclusively to work from and about contemporary China. deadline: 15.4.2011 (issue is planned for June 2011)

Annalemma invites submissions for Annalemma Issue Seven: "Endurance" - stories about the power to persist in the face of obstacles. deadline: 6.8.

Litro, the UK-based free monthly literary magazine that publishes new, original short fiction, has a call up for their upcoming 2 issues: Money. (Money deadline 15.8.)

NOT is running a Dog Days Summer Contest, invited are entries of exactly 101 word, with the words "Summer" and "Heat" included, deadline 15. 8., the entries will be compiled into an e-book

Halfway down the Stairs is now accepting submssions for their September issue: Beginnings and Ends, deadline: 15.8.


+ a return + a leaving

Eyeshot is back for one issue: "After a few months on ice, Eyeshot hath arisen to offer an online semi-literary excellence edition for the bimonthly period known as July-August 2010 and forever after till death do us party down..."

Jack Magazine has it's final issue up: "This is the end of a decade-long run of the magazine. In Jack's final issue, we go on journeys..."

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