Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Exile Edtions paying for Steampunk, Essay Press wants essays, Vallum wants poetry, and Morel wants Southwest Ont writers

Canadian Steampunk stories wanted for anthology Clockwork Canada. Published by Exile Editions (Canada) in Spring 2016. Stories must be set in Canada, written by Canadian authors. Length: 2,000-8,000 words. Payment; $0.05/word. 
Deadline: April 30, 2015. Guidelines here. 

Dear Brian,
We are seeking innovative nonfiction writers to submit to our first Open Book Contest, and are hoping you might forward this call to your list-servs.
Thank you!
Aimee Harrison
Essay Press Open Book Contest ~ submissions now open until April 1st 
Essay Press is now reading for its first open-book contest, to be judged by Essay author Kristin Prevallet. We particularly welcome book-length manuscripts that extend or challenge the formal range of nonfiction, including but not limited to: lyric essays and prose poems or poetics; experimental biography and autobiography; innovative approaches to journalism, experimental historiography, criticism, scholarship, and philosophy.
Simultaneous submissions, multiple submissions, collaborative manuscripts, digital and hybridized text/art manuscripts are all encouraged. Each completed submission will be considered with care by multiple readers. We will announce our contest winner in summer, and will publish the book by early 2016. We will consider all submitted manuscripts for additional publishing possibilities. 
For guidelines and to submit, as well as to browse our existing digital and print catalogs, visit essaypress.com
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About Essay Press: Essay Press is dedicated to publishing artful, innovative and culturally relevant prose. We are looking for prose that has something to say, essays that both demand and deserve to stand alone.

Dear Brian, 
Vallum Magazine is currently promoting our Vallum Award for Poetry 2015 and we thought you and the Quick Brown Fox community would be interested to learn about it. We would greatly appreciate it if you would kindly share the news in the Writing Contests section of your website:
Vallum: Contemporary Poetry is now accepting original and previously unpublished submissions for the annual Vallum Award for Poetry 2015.
First Prize: $750, Second Prize: $250, plus publication in the magazine.
Deadline: July 15, 2015
Contest Judge: Stephanie Bolster
Entry Fee: $25 (includes a 1 year subscription to Vallum). Entries accepted by Paypal and by posted mail. For more information see here.
Vallum also accepts regular submissions Currently Vallum wants poetry that is funny, absurd, comedic, in its various and different forms. A little doggerel, light verse, limerick or rhymeall will work to create a kind of humour that will give us some respite from today's grime and grind. Deadline May 1. Guidelines here.
Some of the best poets in the world have graced the pages of Vallum. Game on!
Thank you,
Christina Higham

Hello, Brian.
I am launching a new web-based general interest publication that will be featuring many opportunities for Southwestern Ontario writers and was hoping you might be able to touch on it in your blog?
Regards,
Mary Baxter
Morelmag.ca, a new, web-based general interest magazine to serve Southwestern Ontario, is issuing its first call for poetry and fiction submissions.  Up to three poems by one poet and one work of fiction will be selected for publication on the website.
Authors must either come from Southwestern Ontario (defined here as any location west of Guelph) or be writing about a subject that directly reflects the region.
Payment for each category is $25.
The intake period for poetry is March 23 – April 6, 2015 for publication in mid-April 2015. Other poetry intake periods will be held in June, September and December of this year.
The intake period for fiction will run April 6 – 19, 2015 for publication in May 2015. Other fiction intake periods will take place in August, November of this year and February 2016.
For more information, visit the Morel website here


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