Tuesday, June 2, 2015

On Spec magazine pays for fantastic poetry, Success stories wanted, Vallum poetry competition, Cossack review wants submissions, and The F*ck of the Century wants contributors

On Spec, the Canadian magazine of the fantastic is accepting poetry submissions and cover art submissions. They pay $50 for poetry and $400 for cover art. They are not currently accepting short stories, but when they do, they pay $125 - $200 for a story.
Deadline: On-going. Submission guidelines here.

Call for submission: “Sharing: our stories, ourselves, our successes"
There are ten spots left in the second anthology of women's empowerment stories, to be published in November of this year. If you are interested in being part of this anthology, please email lisa@onethousandtrees.com
Lisa Browning
One Thousand Trees
Guelph ON

Vallum: Contemporary Poetry magazine is accepting submissions for the annual Vallum Award for Poetry 2015. First Prize: $750, Second Prize: $250 + publication in the magazine. Contest Judge: Stephanie Bolster. Entry Fee: $25 (includes subscription). Vallum also accepts regular submissions, though at the moment submissions are closed.  
Deadline: July 15, 2015. Guidelines here.

The Fuck of the Century (Canada), a journal of original writing on film/TV and video, are looking for contributors for the website and possibly the print edition. Publishes writing that is mostly unconventional or experimental in approach. Send a pitch with bio and writing sample to thefckofthecentury@gmail.com Deadline: July 15, 2015
(I was tempted to provide an image for this call for submissions, but resisted. ~ Brian)

Print and online journal The Cossack Review seeks submissions of fiction, nonfiction, translation, and poetry for the spring/summer issue. Like persistent, meaningful, and funny reading experiences. Deadline: July 20, 2015.  Guidelines here.

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