Posts Tagged ‘call for submissions’

Call for submissions for Green Blotter Magazine

3 February 2013

Green Blotter magazine

Call for Submissions

Deadline: Feb. 28

Entry Fee: None

Categories: Fiction, Poetry & Artwork

Prizes: Publication

We are looking for the best fiction, poetry and artwork by undergraduate students anywhere in the world.

Submit up to 5,000 words of fiction, 5 pages of poetry or 6 images to

See our website,, for full submission guidelines.


The Red Bridge Review: Bi-Weekly Creative Reports Competition

2 February 2013

Do you like attending creative arts events ? Do you like interviewing up-and-coming artistes ?

Do you enjoy writing commentaries on creative events and personalities ?

Come have fun with us at Redbridge Review

Send us your article up to 300 words (interview, commentaries etc) .

Every two weeks we chose from the best submitted and we pay for it.

plus you will have something to add to your portfolio.

Send all submissions to:

Please include this declaration with each submission :

If my work is not selected please do the following : return / delete / use if you like [select]

Visit the website:

Call for submissions to AndWeWereHungry: A New Online Arts & Literary Magazine

2 February 2013

AndWeWereHungry, a new online arts & literary magazine, seeks literary prose (fiction, nonfiction and essay), poetry, photography and artwork for debut issue & calls for entries to its short story competition! The debut issue and short story contest (four winners shall share a total prize fund of $5000), is sponsored by “Ashes & Snow” artist Gregory Colbert. Debut issue & contest submission theme or creative prompt is “And we were hungry. . . .,” or more broadly, “HUNGER.” For after all haven’t we all experienced hunger? And isn’t it, in the words of Ray Bradbury, that very hunger or “lack that gives us inspiration?” Consideration for contest’s top prize of $2000 is reserved for stories that connect the theme with nature. Contributors are encouraged to otherwise freely interpret the theme. Submission deadline is March 31, 2013. Guidelines, more info and themes & deadlines for future issues are found at

While there are no contest entry or submissions reading fees, we are not a paying market at this time.
Short Stories and More

Submit your fiction, essays, poetry and art here.

Follow AndWeWereHungry on: Facebook & Twitter.

What’s in it for you, if you decide to submit your work for publication on AndWeWereHungry? We do not pay for contributions at the moment, but our aim is to create a beautiful and elegant platform that showcases and enables us market the hell out of our contributors.  And as new kids on the online literary magazine block, we take the collaboration and promotion of our contributors seriously: the whole will only be as great as its parts! As part of this collaboration we are building an elegant and beautiful responsive website that will be fully accessible on all mobile devices. Website design and aesthetic is forethought, and hunting down stunning art will be as important as featuring the best quality writing we can get our hands on. We believe that this dual focus on both stunning art and beautiful prose will be our key weapon in finding and growing an audience for the work of all of our contributors, and thereby increase every individual contributor’s exposure to new audiences and new opportunities. If after checking us out online, you feel like we would be a nice home for your work, you may submit your work directly via this link:

Call for Submission: Synesthesia – riff. cross pollinate. inspire.

24 November 2012

I have created a new site in which I hope to cross pollinate artists using different media:

How it works:

I post a picture. 

You submit a response: a picture, a poem, a story, a song, a video, an animation.

Or submit a call of your own: a picture, a poem, a story, a song, a video, an animation.

I’ll post the calls and responses that resonate.


Please include the date of the post you’re responding to (if any), copyright info (title, your name, date), where you live, and a link to your site if you have one. Pictures should be in .jpeg format, 1000 pixels width.

Thank you!

Visit the website for details:


 Isabella La Rocca – 

Berkeley, CA – synesthesia blog creator.