POUi XIX (19) – Cave Hill Journal of Creative Writing – seeks unpublished submissions of poetry and prose for the December 2018 issue.
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
BIM LITERARY FESTIVAL & BOOK FAIR 15-17 MAY, 2014 PROGRAMME THEME – CROSSINGS: BREAKING BORDERS Venue: Festival Tent, Independence Square (unless otherwise stated) Thursday 7.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m. Opening Ceremony: Walcott-Warner Theatre, The May 15 Errol Barrow Centre, UWI, Cave Hill Campus. Madre of Ceremony: Icil Phillips Friday May 16 10.00 a.m. […]
The Malahat Review publishes poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction by new and established writers from Canada and abroad as well as reviews of Canadian books. They will also consider translations of poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction. This is a paying market. PAYMENT & RIGHTS: We purchase first world serial rights and, upon acceptance, pay $40 CAD […]
GREEN Readings is a fabulous poetic collaboration of ArtsEtc, a quality independent Barbadian publisher, and the Barbados Government, marrying a respect for nature and top notch literary arts. In this video, enough snippets are captured to entice you to attend GR13. Readings are generally held in June. GREEN Readings began in 2008 when the Ministry […]
Caribbean Vistas Journal, a new e-journal, “will serve as an academic and cultural resource for researchers as well as a formal venue for scholarly discussion. It will be published twice a year (Summer and Winter). Caribbean Vistas will be available on the World Wide Web at http://www.caribbeansymposium.wordpress.com Articles in Caribbean Vistas will examine Anglophone, Francophone, and Hispanophone literatures, visual arts, […]
great weather for MEDIA is an independent press “based in New York City and showcases both national and international writers. As well as publishing the highest quality poetry and prose, [they] organize many readings, performances, and book releases in New York City and across the country”. They prefer new and emerging writers, and other small presses. […]