Guidelines

Gold Wake is open for submission of full-length books of any genre (poetry, fiction, nonfiction, you name it) from February 1st to March 31st, 2017. There is no separate submission fee: if you buy … Source: Guidelines

Staff Readers

Would you like to be a nonfiction reader for an online literary journal? Pithead Chapel is seeking volunteer nonfiction readers to join our staff. Interested candidates should send the following in…   Source: Staff Readers

Submission Calls for Writers 2/25/2017

Originally posted on Denton Loving:
Here are 10 new opportunities for writers working to submit to journals and magazines.  If you find any success with these lists, I’d love to hear from you.  Good luck! Pithead Chapel Seeking Volunteer Nonfiction Readers Would you like to be a nonfiction reader for an online literary journal? Pithead…

Submit

General Guidelines Submissions are welcomed via Submittable. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable and encouraged. For fiction especially, if your work is accepted elsewhere (congratulations!), p… Source: Submit

Deal Me In 2017 – January Summary

Originally posted on Bibliophilopolis:
So, yes, my best-laid plans of producing a weekly wrap-up post (as I did in 2015) have fallen by the wayside.  The simple fact is that there are just too many participants this year to make that practical given the limited time I have to spend on this blog. BUT what…

10 Poetry Books To Add To Your Reading List

Originally posted on Kinna Reads:
The poetry books listed here are the latest additions to my booming reading list. I have featured most of the poets on the list — most recently in posts for 2015 (US) National Poetry Month. To the list: Ossuaries by Dionne Brand The Complete Poems of Lucille Clifton Madman at…

in her dreams,

Originally posted on Sometimes You Get So Confused:
in her dreams, I present these oracle-like artist trading cards for your review and possible edification! You remember such items from the past, maybe – here they are again. I make these cards and then I give them a phrase cut from printed matter, chosen at random…

The Victorian Gothic

Originally posted on LitLangIsLife:
So, in honour of Charlotte Bronte’s unbirthday (shut up, they’re totally a thing and it’s not just an excuse to better understand Jane Eyre), we’re having a look at the conventions of the Victorian Gothic this week. But before we can look specifically at the Victorian Gothic genre, let’s get some…