First issue for Decolonial Passage (June 2021) will focus on Migration and Movement. They seek unpublished essays, creative nonfiction, short stories, flash fiction, and poems. Opp for visual art & photography too.
The National Independence Festival of Creative Arts #NIFCA Literary Arts 2018 forms are available! This annual #artsfestival taking place in the last quarter of the year, is organized by the National Cultural Foundation of Barbados. Eligibility: Bajan Citizens globally and legal residents of Barbados.
“For The Love Of Culture” is the theme for the 2019 #cropoverfestival, co-ordinated by the National Cultural Foundation. See the calendar for Barbados’ premier summer festival.
“Making Memories” is the theme for the 2018 #cropoverfestival, co-ordinated by the National Cultural Foundation. See the calendar for Barbados’ premier summer festival.
subTerrain magazine is an arts journal published in Canada. They strive for “a stimulating fusion of fiction, poetry, photography and graphic illustration from uprising Canadian, U.S. & international writers and artists.” They offer #payingmarkets with NO to nomimal fees for the #80 issue. Deadline: June 8 2018
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
The #seawomanblogaversary -April 10th 2017 – It’s the start of an online celebration recognizing 10 years of blogging for Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps! Can you imagine? AND in the same month as #WorldBookDay and #CopyrightDay on April 23rd!
The Barbados Cultural Industries Development Authority #BCIDA will be hosting a (1) one-day workshop entitled “THE CREATIVE FUTURE: #creativeindustries As The New Engine Of Barbadian Prosperity”
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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 […]
Caribbean Christmas Anthology – a collection of Christmas stories for children will be produced by CaribbeanReads and Jaxon Photography. It will also feature crafts and artwork from Caribbean artists. You can submit submissions of art, poetry, and short stories. The book is intended to delight readers with tales of the holiday spirit, traditions, and values in the Caribbean islands, and […]
“Writing the Walls Down is a multi-genre anthology that will explore the physical and metaphorical significance of walls in the lives of LGBTQ people, in both external landscapes and in internal emotional and imaginal landscapes.” NB. Work must be UNPUBLISHED. Poetry: up to 10 pages Prose/Memoir/Fiction/Essays: double spaced up to 20 pages Visual Art/Comics: 6pgs […]
ZiNG (published out of the UK four times a year), is the in-flight magazine for LIAT, the Caribbean Airline. Its mission is primarily to entertain passengers while they are on LIAT flights, but it seeks to do so well enough that customers will take it home and share it with friends. ZiNG seeks to convey the […]
The Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS) and United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) came together as co-sponsors for a poster competition entitled, “Bullying Is Everybody’s Problem”. Theme: Bullying is everybody’s problem. How can you prevent it, detect it or report it? Who’s eligible: Both primary and secondary schools. At the primary school level, Classes 1 […]
Caribbean Vistas Journal, a bi-annual literary publication, invites unpublished contributions on artistic, cultural, and literary topics as well as essays on interdisciplinary studies from the Anglophone, Francophone, and Hispanophone cultural traditions. . (See prior post from 2012.) Submissions will be reviewed by an Editorial Board, including Dr. Allen-Williams, Founding Editor and Dr. Kwame Dawes, Poetry Editor. Deadline: June 30th […]
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 […]