St. Somewhere Annual Literary Contest

St. Somewhere Journal, a premier Caribbean literary ezine,  has launched a new annual contest in June 2010, “to encourage and reward talented writers.” There will be  three annual prizes to  contributors.  The Editor advises, “This is not a contest in the traditional manner practiced by many literary journals and magazines. There are no special entry guidelines or […]

Anansesem (Cbean children’s ezine)

Anansesem is according, to Managing Editor, Summer Edward, “a one-of-its-kind online magazine of Caribbean and related writing and illustration for children, by adults and children” launched in May 2010.  An in depth interview with Summer, is available at Caribbean Literary Salon . They are seeking fiction, nonfiction, poetry and visual art by aspiring and established […]

Page Forty-Seven Online Anthology (Canada)

Page Forty-Seven Online Anthology aims to cultivate interest in Canadian and International fiction from new and emerging writers. They publish a broad range of adjudicated fiction, selected for its originality and craftmanship. Payment: CDN $25-$75 flat fee on acceptance.  NB. All payments are made electronically, via PayPal or Hyperwallet. Rights bought: Electronic only (you retain all print […]

Caribbean Properties & Lifestyles (ezine)

Caribbean Properties and Lifestyles Magazine (started in 1996) is currently an online magazine and perhaps in the future again, as a hard copy. The publication is “constantly on the lookout for new articles on Caribbean Real Estate, Living in the Caribbean, Investing in the Caribbean, Traveling in the Caribbean and other Caribbean Lifestyle subjects; and […]

OCEAN Magazine (US)

OCEAN WRITING/ PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST There is also a seasonal Writing Contest (next deadline JUNE 1st 2010) and Photography Contest.  Kindly note that a US$5.00 fee is applicable. ———————- OCEAN Magazine “publishes stories, articles, essays, and poems about the ocean –– scientific, creative, environmental, recreational, spiritual –– in keeping with its celebration and protection of our ocean.”   They […]

St. Somewhere (Cbean ezine)

St. Somewhere is an online literary journal with a focus on the Caribbean region, as well as the Coastal Southern United States. They’ve noted that “there are many online literary journals and magazines, but St. Somewhere hopes to help fill an underserved niche in the writing market. Literature from the Caribbean region has relatively few viable […]

The Pedestal Magazine (USA)

The Pedestal Magazine is an online literary magazine aiming to “support both established and burgeoning writers…[and] are committed to promoting diversity”.  This is a paying market with rates.They are seeking poetry ($40 per poem), book reviews ($0.02 per word), fiction($0.08 per word) and flash fiction($0.05 per word). They are also “currently accepting submissions of slam, spoken word, […]