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Alaska Quarterly Review
was established in 1980 by Ronald Spatz and James Liszka at the University of Alaska Anchorage. AQR is accepting unsolicited submissions of fiction, poetry, drama and prose until 15 May. The magazine only accepts hard copy submissions via post.
The A3 Review
is seeking contributions under 150 words on the theme ‘Moon.’ The editors welcome submissions of prose, poetry, graphic stories, photography, paintings, drawings, and other visual and word-based creations. Submissions are due by 26 May.
The Ilanot Review
is an international journal based in Israel, publishing a variety of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and genres in between. The editors particularly welcome translations and hybrid work. Submissions for The Ilanot Review’s fiction-only Summer issue close on 31 May. View Post
“Tin House is an invaluable repository of fine American writing and American fiction, presented in a crisp and entertaining visual format.” – Stephen King
The first issue of literary magazine Tin House was published in 1999. Based in Portland, Oregon, Tin House publishes fiction, essays, and poetry, and its contributors have frequently been recognised by major American literary awards and anthologies including the Best American Short Stories and the O. Henry Prize.
Throughout March Tin House will be accepting submissions for its first two issues of 2019:
- Summer – No theme (“just some quality fiction, nonfiction, and poetry to cool off with in the shade”)
- Fall – Theme TBA
Non-profit literary magazine Indiana Review is currently accepting unsolicited submissions. Now in its 43rd year of publication, Indiana Review has been ranked as one of the Top 100 Literary Magazines in the United States.
Published twice a year, Indiana Review is based at Indiana University Bloomington. It describes its mission as offering the highest quality writing within a wide aesthetic. Indiana Review publishes work by both established and emerging writers, and works by contributors to have been awarded the Pushcart Prize and reprinted in The Pushcart Prize Anthology: Best of the Small Presses, as well as in Best American Short Stories, Best American Poetry, and The O. Henry Prize Stories.
Literary magazine Oxford American is offering a nine-month fellowship to one talented writer. The selected fellow will receive a $10,000 living stipend, housing and an editorial apprenticeship with the Oxford American. The fellowship is intended to support the writing of a debut book of creative nonfiction.
Based in Little Rock, Arkansas, The Oxford American is a nonprofit, quarterly literary magazine dedicated to featuring “the best in Southern writing while documenting the complexity and vitality of the American South”. The journalism and literature published in the Oxford American have received numerous prizes, including The O. Henry Prize and The Pushcart Prize, and has been featured in The Best American Essays, The Best American Short Stories, The Best American Mystery Stories, and The Best American Travel Writing.
The Sesame Street Writers’ Room is accepting applications from writers from underrepresented racial backgrounds for its 2018 Fellowship Program.
The Sesame Workshop will select between seven and ten emerging writers who will each receive hands-on writing experience guided by Sesame Street veterans and other media industry leaders. The selected fellows will participate in an eight-week program (one three-hour class per week) in New York City and up to two participants will have the opportunity to receive creative development deals and further mentorship.