Tuesday, May 31, 2011
calls, stories, events
If you are interested in language and/or place, you are invited to join Edition #7 of the Language/Place Blog Carnival. It will be hosted by Julia Davies, the theme is “unwritten language/ unnamed places”. deadline: June 20, invite + carnival homepage.
Submissions are now open for the next issue of BluePrintReview. The theme is Challenge (with a focus on short stories, deadline: 26. june). Details, including a best-of-2010-challenge, here: guidelines.
Blue Five Notebook is now open for submissions for our second half of 2011. We are reading for our regular monthly issues as well as the last two quarterly themed specials, Black and White. Send your flash (1000 words or less), deadline: June 30. Sooner is good: we are reading now, guidelines
Referential invites multi-media submissions: "We are, potentially, looking for original audio and video, but we’d particularly like to see other artists make audio/video interpretations of the poetry and prose that already appear on this site. And, even further out of the box, comics? Stage/screen? Yep! We’d consider it all." - call
Pank's next special issue will be edited by Aubrey Hirsch and Devan Goldstein and it will be the Science and Fiction issue. Guidelines, deadline Oct. 15.
Silk Road is inviting submissions of fiction, essays, poetry and translations that give readers a vivid point of exchange, an interaction that could occur only in a specific time: "We all start somewhere, so"place" is the touchstone the magazine uses for the pieces we publish". guidelines.
Short Stories: collected during short story month: a whole set of short story links
The Glass Woman Prize announced the winners for the the ninth Prize, they are up with story links at the Glass Woman website. The Tenth Glass Woman Prize reading period is now in effect, deadline is September 21, 2011, guidelines.
More short stories: just some days now, then the Story South Million Writers Award shortlist is now online and the voting is now open, you can vote through July 6: Top Ten Stories. For more great stories check out the longlist.
For all who are in need of a creative push: the 100 Days Project is now on! The project gathers story writers, poets, painters, photographers, filmmakers, musicians, and programmers together for one hundred days of creative effort: a piece a day for 100 days. 100 Days 2011 Homepage, the project runs from May 21 - August 28. You can still join by starting an own 100day blog.
Participating BluePrintReview authors/artists include: Susan Gibb, Marcus Speh, Nicolette Wong, Dorothee Lang, Julia Davis...
...are on in a seperate post: New Issues: YB, qarrtsiluni, The Litpub, HAL
is up in the BluePrintNewsletter - with an invite, a challenge, books + more