Writing Class Radio is a podcast of a writing class for those who get inspired by hearing other people tell their stories and want to learn a little bit about how to write their own. It’s a paying market.
Moko is seeking short stories, poetry, visual arts, photography, interviews, reviews of books and non-fiction essays for the Spring edition. Deadline: Mar 31 2018
Cultural Weekly is a digital magazine – “a hyper-curated and eclectic mix to stimulate your cultural passions,” which posts late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning, depending on your time zone. Over the past three years, Cultural Weekly has become one of the premiere places where poets share their work, and poetry-lovers share their comments. Cultural Weekly’s […]
Epicure & Culture is an online magazine with the goal of helping people explore the world through food, drink, people and culture. They seek contributions from freelance food, culture and travel writers. Contributors whose pitches are accepted as will receive a link back to their website, social media promotion of the article and the potential to be […]
Sen-sei-sha [sen- say-shuh] n. 1. a sensual Empress 2. a woman of wisdom 3. a woman in control of her sensuality Origin: 2013, island of Barbados, <Latin equivalent to sēnsu, stem of sēnsus> **Now available on Amazon! Senseisha: Memoirs of A Caribbean Woman is a groundbreaking anthology seeking creative, non-fiction stories embracing the Caribbean female sexual experience. It is a […]
Groundation Grenada is a cultural movement. They are “open to any person wishing to contribute to the positive conscious paradigm shift of our island, region and the world as a whole.” They seek contributions from “budding and established writers, poets, artists, farmers, musicians, educators, students and anyone passionate about share their vision of the world’ – in particular […]
The Island Review is an online magazine dedicated to great writing and visual art that comes from, is inspired by, celebrates or seeks to understand the extraordinary appeal of islands, as places and as metaphors. Due to be launched in early 2013, the Editors hope to provide an online home for islanders and island lovers everywhere. They […]