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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Calls for Submissions

Awaken Consciousness Magazine is actively seeking submissions of articles, personal essays, poetry and (very) short fiction. All submissions should be 750 words or less. We accept thoughtful, well-written work on topics relating to personal development, health & wellness, natural medicine, spirituality, psychology or consciousness. Please see guidelines here: http://readacm.com/submit/.

Fifth Wednesday Journal is accepting submissions for the Spring 2010 issue. Submissions for this issue will close on December 31, 2009. We publish poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, and black and white photography. All work must be submitted with our online submissions manager. Please visit the website for complete guidelines and instructions. www.fifthwednesdayjournal.org.

The Survivor's Review, a not-for-profit online journal encouraging the creative expression of cancer survivors, is seeking stories, essays and poems by those who are intimately familiar with the cancer journey. If you have written a piece that explores the heart of what it means to be a cancer survivor or caregiver, please consider submitting your work to us. Submissions accepted at: www.survivorsreview.org. Our word count is flexible, but most of our features range from 100 to 1,000 words. Please visit our site and contact us with any questions. Question: Who is a cancer survivor? Answer: Anyone living with a history of cancer from the moment of diagnosis through the remainder of life.

Tattoo Highway, an online journal of prose, poetry and art, is now reading for TH/20: "Detours." Deadline, Jan. 10, 2010. Submissions to: http://www.tattoohighway.org. GENERAL GUIDELINES: Our tastes are eclectic. We like fresh, vivid language, and we like stories and poems that are actually about something -- that acknowledge a world beyond the writer's own psyche. If they have an edge, if they provoke us to think or make us laugh, so much the better. We strongly suggest reading a previous issue or two before submitting. While we particularly welcome poetry and short "screen-reader-friendly" prose or cross-genre pieces (less than 1000 words), we do on occasion publish longer work. We encourage hypertext and new media (Flash .swf) submissions, also photographs and original graphics. All readings are "blind" (authors' names and other identifiers are removed). Writers may submit up to 2 prose pieces. While we prefer to see work that has not been previously published, we do consider work that has appeared in small-circulation print journals. Simultaneous submissions are fine, but please let us know promptly if you place a piece elsewhere. HOW TO SUBMIT: Email submissions to submissions@tattoohighway.org, as Rich Text Format (RTF) attachments or as plain text in the body of your message, and with TH20 in the subject line. For hypertext and Flash submissions, provide us with an URL where we may view the work online.

Porter Gulch Review invites submissions of poems, short stories, screenplays, paintings, drawings, photographs or anything else that can be transferred to paper. Written works must be less than 5,000 words each. Up to four poems or two short stories. Typed, single-spaced, one copy only and no staples. Include a cover letter with your address, phone, email, titles of submissions and a 2-3 sentence playful bio. Include a disk with files of literary or art works and mark on the disk your name and names of pieces included. Any originals of artworks should have your contact information on the back. Mail in 9X12 envelope to Porter Gulch Review, Cabrillo College, 6500 Soquel Drove, Aptos CA 95003. E-mail all files including bio to PGR@cabrillo.edu as well. Website: http://www.cabrillo.edu/publications/portergulch/.


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