Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Broken City seeks paranormal stories for its summer issue, SubTerrain Magazine wants stories, poetry and nonfiction for its annual contest

Hi, Brian.
The 13th Annual Lush Triumphant Literary Awards are now open for entries!
$3,000 in cash prizes, plus publication for short fiction, poetry and nonfiction.
Entry fee $27.50 includes a one-year subscription to subTerrain.
Deadline May 15, 2015. Guidelines here.
Natasha Sanders-Kay
subTerrain Magazine
Vancouver, BC 

Online literature/arts magazine The Broken City (Toronto, ON) The Broken City is currently accepting submissions for its summer 2015 edition: The truth is out there.
That’s right, X-philes; the magazine is running a paranormal issue. Is your house haunted? Have you written an ode to the Loch Ness Monster? Need somewhere to send that short story about a Sasquatch that lives with a human family? Did you snap a photo of a blurry spot of light that could conceivably be a UFO? If it's weird, we want to see it.
Send your sightings, poetry, fiction, essays, comics, illustrations and photography to 
Deadline is: June 1, 2015. Guidelines here. 

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