Tuesday, August 02, 2011
new issues + calls: Individuation, Worship, Nature's World, Resistance, Luck
new issues + calls, roughly sorted by deadline:
BluePrintReviw: the new issue of BluePrintReview is now launching! theme is: "Challenge"
Otoliths: Issue twenty-two of Otoliths has just gone live. As always, it presents the broad church of creativity the journal is renowned for. + Otoliths is open to electronic submissions of textual poetry, vispo, fiction, essays, photographs, art & any combination of the above.
Blue Fifth Review: Now online - from the Blue Five Notebook series - Broadside #23, "Prideful Buddhist" by Rupert Fike ...
Language/Place: if you are interested in language and place, you are invited to contribute to edition #9 of the language >place blog carnival. The feature theme for this is “Individuation/Assimilation”, but as always, photographs, essay and stories that relate to the theme of language and place; for example: travelogues, reflections on bilingual living, (mis)understandings, and abroad encounters with other languages are just as welcolme. The deadline is August 20 - guidelines.
Festival of Trees: Look high, look low, and look carefully. The Festival of the Trees 63 invites to take notice of what the animals and other wildlife are up to in the trees and will be hosted in Mike's Slugyard. Official theme: "How animals and other wildlife interact with trees", guidelines, deadline: August 30.
qarrtsiluni: "We’re very pleased to announce that submissions are open for a new theme: Worship, edited by Kaspalita and Fiona Robyn. The deadline is August 31, call + guidelines. (And yes, the Imprisonment issue is still underway for another month.)
Metazen Call for Charity Submissions: "This summer we are holding a contest with the hopes of raising some money for the Somalian Drought Relief Effort (via East Africa Drought Relief Fund). We will accept submissions with an accompanying fee throughout the month of August. All submissions will be considered and a winner and 3 runners up will be selected by our judges. Winners and runners up will get prizes."
Deadline: August 31 - guidelines.
Call of the Wild - Nature's World: Editions Bibliotekos is looking for writing that goes beyond pollution reports, beyond news-writing about the ravages of mining – focus on the changing character of humankind (internally and externally) in relation to the environment. Deadline (subject to change): 1 September 2011. Fiction only. Writers are asked to refer to the Call and Guidelines: http://www.ebibliotekos.com/
Mixitini Matrix is a new electronic journal of creative collaboration and is now accepting submissions for their first issue to appear in Fall 2011. Mixitini Matrix link + guidelines, deadline September 15
Enpipe Line Book Submissions: "The Enpipe Line is a long poem—1,173 kilometers of collaborative poetry. The idea is to go dreams vs. dream in a collaborative poem designed to engulf and overwhelm the structures that allow proposals like Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipelines proposal to emerge." This project started as the Enpipe Line online, and will be published by Creekstone Press as a book. The deadline for contributions to the book is September 30, 2011 - guidelines.
Hobart: the August issue is now live at the Hobart website. + "We're still reading for our next theme issue, Hobart #13: Luck." (no deadline stated)
Soundzine: "It's here! Soundzine "Lucky Issue 13" is live and chockfull of goodness! Go. Read. Listen. Please." + "Submissions for Issue 14 are now being accepted. Send us formal poems, free verse, prose poems, haiku.." (guidelines, deadline is October 15)
Stone Highway Review is a new journal of short prose and poetry. We are seeking submissions for our inaugural issue. Stone Highway will publish twice yearly, in both print and electronic format. We hope to gain an online presence, though we understand and appreciate print as well. Submissions are open until November 1, 2011 - guidelines.