NEW ISSUES (for all seasons)
Otoliths: the southern spring 2010 issue: "a variety of what can be loosely described as e-things, that is, anything that can be translated (visually at this stage) to an electronic platform. If it moves, we won't shoot at it."
Foliate Oak: "Check out the November Issue of the Foliate Oak Literary Journal! We feature the artistic photography of Jeff Crouch, as well as poetry and prose by various writers."
elimae: "new. 2010 : November. Sojourn Dearden Bay fiction. Africa poetry. Oranges fiction. Café de Olla During the wave's lifetime poetry..."
Festival of the Trees edition 53: "a festival replete with poetry, fall colours, thoughts and pictures of magnificent trees" - come on over and wander this tree-licious woods"
HA&L issue three.2: - "Traffic". includes art, poetry, visuals, living arrangements, portfolios, bibliomania, envoi, and a compass&map.
Emprise Review: "Featured writers Matt Bell and Kirsten Dierking not only contribute great writing, they also take some time for in-depth chats with Amber and Tracy on the writing process."
> language >place is looking for authors/bloggers who are bilingual, living abroad, or interested in languages. deadline: Nov9 (this is a blueprintreview blog carnival project)
Microw is the tiny sibling of Full of Crow and looks for Flash Fiction works in the under 1000 word range. The theme for the Winter edition is; Void. They also look for illustrations - pen, ink, charcoal..
deadline: Nov 15
New Scientist are running a flash fiction contest with Neil Gaiman as a judge. 350 words max., theme "forgotten futures": details, deadline: Nov 19
Cha is calling for Submissions: Poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, reviews, photography, art. guidelines, deadline: 15 December
and this just in: Metazen will be doing a charity E-Book once more this year. "If you are interested in submitting stories to the E-book, email me (editor.metazenATgmail.com). Stories need not be "Christmasy" but should be "Christmasish".
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