deadlines alive!

October 24, 2014


If you’re thinking about submitting your work (and you should be, of course), here are a few upcoming deadlines (click on the publication name to go to the guidelines):

November 30, 2014A River & Sound Review welcomes submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and humor.

December 1, 2014Bellingham Review encourages submissions of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, author interviews, and black-and-white photography.

December 1, 2014Soundings Review welcomes submissions of high quality, accessible poetry, fiction (including genre such as fantasy, science fiction, or mystery), nonfiction, and writing for children & young adults.

December 1, 2014Whatcom WRITES! invites submissions of poems, fiction and non-fiction on the theme of competition. (Guidelines posted on Facebook; may be posted on website later, so check back.)

December 5, 2014 (at 11:45pm!) – Labyrinth Literary Journal invites words and artwork on the theme of Who’s Not Speaking? Examining The Internals and Externals of Identity Marginalization.

December 5 (or 15), 2014Pacifica Literary Review invites poetry (contest has earlier deadline), nonfiction, fiction, photography and visual art, and author interviews.

December 15, 2014Crab Creek Review solicits poetry, short stories, and essays for the 2015 spring issue.

There are also a number of locally-based (but not local!) publications that have open submissions or submission periods ending in 2015, including Cascadia Review, The Cascadia Subduction Zone, Cirque Journal, Clover, A Literary Rag, Image, The Other Journal, Poetry Northwest, Raven Chronicles, The Seattle Review, StringTown Magazine, Switched-on Gutenberg, Willow Springs, Windfall and no doubt others we’ve missed but would love to hear about!


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