Summer is currently writing in both fantasy and Regency Romance, as well as providing content for and managing websites.
In the past, she was a research assistant at American University and at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, as well as a teaching assistant at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Having said goodbye to long hours spent in laboratories, Summer is currently pursuing her lifelong dream of being a fulltime author. Find more about Summer Hanford at www.
Besides writing and teaching poetry, Lisa is a Creativity Advocate — helping others come to their place of confident creativity. Lisa lives in Evansville, Wisconsin, with her husband and three stepchildren.
The book was accepted on its first submission. For the most part, she writes fantasy and horror, though she has written short pieces of literary fiction as well as flash memoir pieces. And because Kathie Giorgio throws a great party. Larina Warnock is a one-time teen mother and high school dropout who now holds a doctorate degree from Creighton University. Submit poems along with a short poet's bio four lines, max as a Word document in twelve-point, Times New Roman font. Include name, PGP preferred gender pronoun , email, and bio in the attachment with poems.
Submit work to peacechaplain aol. Feature poets are selected by invitation only.
If your work is accepted for publication, you will be notified by email. For more information, please visit soullit. Opossum is now accepting submissions on a rolling basis. Opossum publishes online and twice a year in print. Submissions of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, essays, and interviews are accepted.
Opossum only accepts submissions via Submittable. No email submissions will be read. Poetry: three to five poems, ten-pages maximum; submit an accompanying artist's statement explaining how your work engages the world of music. Nonfiction and fiction: up to 12, words in length; submit accompanying artist's statement explaining how your work engages the world of music. For more information, visit opossumlit.
Ponder Review is accepting submissions of fiction, flash fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama, new media, and art for Volume 3, Issue 1. Format of submissions: Times New Roman point typed, all prose should be double-spaced, poetry single-spaced, and include a brief word bio with your submission. Ponder Review will not accept previously published material or multiple submissions per issue.
etsy6.dev3.develag.com/433-ultralieve-pro.php Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but contact Ponder Review if work has been accepted for publication elsewhere. For complete guidelines, please visit www. Orchard Keepers Writers Residency is currently open to applications for one-and-two week residencies between July and December The Orchard Keepers Writers Residency provides short-term housing for writers and artists on a rustic farm; the guest quarters accommodate one writer or artist at a time.
Residencies are open to writers and artists of all genres who are at least 21 years of age. There is no fee to apply. Residencies are accepted on a rolling basis. Deadline for application: June 1. For further guidelines, visit: dentonlovingblog.
They deal in the sociopolitical, the emotional, and the academic. We are primarily seeking stories, poems, novel excerpts, memoir, images, etc. We are interested in the singular obsessions that compel you to write. Our editors look for compelling voices and work that demonstrates attention to craft. This, after all, is a free-for-all. Any poet of American birth who is able and willing to spend one year outside the continent of North America.
Gyroscope Review is open for submissions for their summer issue. Gyroscope Review is open to all genres of contemporary poetry including science-fiction, fantasy and horror. Please do not submit if you are not open to being edited. Emerging and established poets welcome. Send no more than four poems. No entry fee. Submission deadline: June 7, Reading periods for fall issue are from July 1 through September 7; and winter, October 1 through December 7. Omnidawn Publishers is currently seeking submissions for four Omnidawn poetry contests, Submission deadline: June 17, Submissions accepted: July 1 through August 19, Submissions accepted: November 1 through February 18, Submissions accepted: March 1 through April 20, Submit up to three unpublished poems.
All submissions are read blind so please omit names and contact information on poem pages.
Submissions deadline: June For further guidelines, visit backbonepress. Prairie Schooner is seeking submissions of poetry and prose for a special portfolio centered on the theme of clothing in the winter issue of Prairie Schooner , to be guest edited by Adrienne Christian. Please send up to five pages of unpublished poems or ten pages of unpublished prose, along with your contact information and a three-line, third person bio, to christian.
Deadline: June For further guidelines, visit prairieschooner. The Threepenny Review is currently seeking submissions for their upcoming issue. This payment buys first serial rights in their print and digital editions, and the copyright then reverts to the author upon publication. Critical articles should be about 1, to 2, words, Table Talk items 1, words or fewer, stories and memoirs 4, words or fewer, and poetry lines or fewer.
Prose submissions should be double-spaced; poetry can be single-spaced or double-spaced. All reading takes place from January through June only. Work sent after this period will not be considered. All mailed manuscripts must include a stamped, self-addressed envelope for our reply. You may also submit online. Into the Void Submissions for Issue 13 are currently being accepted. All submissions must be unpublished.
Authors retain all rights. Simultaneous submissions are fine, but contact Into the Void if work is published elsewhere.
Submissions are free. Submission deadline for poetry and prose: June 7. Deadline for visual art: June Contact info intothevoidmagazine. For further guidelines, visit intothevoidmagazine. Press 53 is currently accepting submissions for the Press 53 Award for Poetry for an outstanding collection of poems. Winner and finalists announced no later than November 1. Winning collection published April Submissions deadline: July Rattle is currently accepting submissions for the Rattle Poetry Prize for a single poem.
Submit one-time only, up to three original unpublished poems in a single manuscript. Each poem must fit onto one 8. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but please notify immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere. Submissions deadline: August Judge: Joseph Millar.
The manuscript is to be submitted electronically in one Word document attachment. Send manuscript to prize coordinator Linda Blaskey at dogfishheadpoetryprize earthlink. Snail mail submissions will not be accepted. Orca is currently seeking submissions for the Orca Cover Letter Contest. Entries must be previously unpublished.
Simultaneous entries are allowed, but entries must be withdrawn if accepted elsewhere.
Winners will be announced in September. Winners and honorable mentions will be published in Orca's second issue in October For further guidelines, visit orcalit. Fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and experimental writing are all welcome for this contest. There are no length requirements, just don't send a book-length work.
Excerpts are fine.