No Fee List of Submission Calls


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No Fee LIST of Submission Calls

I don’t know about you, but I am aiming to get more of my writing published this year. This blog is a (short!) list of literary journals/publications that are accepting writing & art at the moment. Don’t forget to read the guidelines on their website, they can vary from publication to publication!

If you have any questions about the whole submitting your writing process feel free to ask in the comments & I’ll try & answer. Continue reading “No Fee LIST of Submission Calls”

Links Love.

More links love!

Visual – Verse give you a visual prompt to respond to in writing each month. Submissions close on the fifteenth of the month. Elizabeth Gibson’s story Sweets on Neptune absolutely delighted me. Elizabeth has her own wonderful publication Foxglove Journal, which publishes poetry and fiction.

I also found an untitled poem early on in the week by Nichole McElhaney in Rose Quartz Journal

Starry Eyed Collective are a new publication, which aims to empower women and girls. The editor is Orlagh, from Northern Ireland. They welcome any submissions too.

Eunoia Review, a poem called Things only Broken People can Know by the brilliant poet James Diaz. His poetry always makes you feel something.

Speaking of my favourite poets, Linda M. Crate had poetry published at The Gremlin Creative and Spillwords.com

At The Leveler, a Jessie Janeshek poem Toy Gun Commercial

And last, but not least, a blog post by Emma The Little Bookworm about what exactly goes into creating a blog post, and the hard work involved. As she says it’s a complete roller coaster!


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