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Comment by Christina Wheeler on October 14, 2013 at 10:03am

The F-Bomb is looking for submissions to its metaphysical issue. Tell us about your encounters with UFO's. Send us your pictures of ghosts and tell us the story. Write a comic about the time you used a Ouija board and the pointer flew across the room and stuck in the wall. Give us your best hangover tincture. We are looking for your best spooky, mystical, and witchy submissions. We accept all forms of submissions: art, poetry, flash fiction, fiction, creative non-fiction, lists, instructional guides, photography, comics, accent art, whatever your magical mind can come up with. Send us your subs or talk shop at thefbombzine@gmail.com. Deadline is October 31st.

Comment by Steven Hughes Purkey on October 6, 2013 at 6:49pm

Gag Me With A... #10 needs you. & you. & you, over there. But, not you, man...sorry dude. But seriously, pretty ponies, the time to submit is now now now...the world needs you, needs your art & words. No theme...no submission guidelines...no bullshit! Do it for the pig - Piggy Pow Pow! <3 

Whatever you do, DO NOT CLICK HERE!

Comment by nicci mechler on October 4, 2013 at 11:51pm

Sugared Water's reading period is open now through January 1, 2014.

http://sugaredwatermagazine.wordpress.com/


SW is a 56 page, half size literary magazine. From the website:
If we could candy words, we’d eat them to bellyaches every afternoon. We carry journals and collect chapbooks like Smaug ripping through a gold-sequin disco. If we’re lucky enough to leave something behind that enriches the dialogue of writerly types around the world, so much the better. Send us your stuff—we’ll only hoard it for a little while.

SW reads poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction, and also considers art in all media including comics and sequential art. Up to 4,500 words in prose, 5 poems, or 5 artworks. We are particularly interested in hybrid forms, and will read genre work, particularly speculative fiction.

Request short bio & cover letter with every submission. We read via Submittable.

http://sugaredwatermagazine.wordpress.com/submission-guidelines/

Sugared Water #001

Comment by Will on September 24, 2013 at 4:11pm

Wotcha zinesters! Stories From Space Camp is looking for speculative fiction (or essays about the same) for the first issue. 

What: The first issue is on the theme of assimilation and/or liberation. (There's a list of prompts on the Facebook page if you're feeling stuck.) Writing should be 3000 words or fewer. All types of fiction are welcome, as well as non-fiction such as book reviews or essays about shows. 

Who: We're looking for submissions from people who might feel unwelcome in sci fi/fantasy culture on the grounds of gender, disability, race, etc.

Where: We're based in the UK and ideally would be able to build a zine from submissions from the same because sending stuff abroad gets bloody expensive, but if you've got a great idea we're all ears. 

When: Tentative deadline is 20th December. 

Why: Because establishment sci fi is boring. 

Don't hesitate to get in touch if you've got any questions or want to yell about something. StoriesFromSpaceCamp@gmail.com 

Comment by Hand Job Zine on September 3, 2013 at 1:35pm

UK SUBMISSIONS ONLY

Call for submissions! Issue 2 is now in the making and we want your work to be in it. Writers, poets, illustrators, artists and gobshites If you've got something to say, say it here. We are looking for works that have a fresh style of writing that will entertain and amuse readers, whilst commenting on society.
The subject can be anything at all, as long as it is well written, interesting and for an adult audience. Say what you want to and not what you think you should.

Issue 1 is still available to print and is FREE so get in touch for a taster of what we are about. Handjobzine@gmail.com! A&F

Comment by DJ Frederick on August 27, 2013 at 12:59pm

Greetings folks!

My creative vision for Turntable Operator has shifted. If the zine is going to continue, I would prefer that it focus on music reviews of all kinds of music (mostly physical releases) from the 1950s to the present, as well as band / musician discographies and record label interviews. In order to accomplish this, contributors are needed! So please spread the word and please consider sending me a review or two or three, or a discography or owner of an indie record company or record store. My inner muse is telling me that Turntable Operator does not go forward without this evolution and without your help. I hope the next issue will be published in early 2014 and all contributors will receive a copy. 

Electronic submissions: singinggrove@conknet.com

Physical submissions: DJ Frederick 36 West Main Warner NH 03278.

Blessed be.

Comment by Bani Amor on August 27, 2013 at 11:57am

Comment by Morning on August 21, 2013 at 12:29pm

Hey all.

So, last year I worked on a project called wretch, which was a daily organizer/resource guide for radical Christians. (Similar to a Slingshot planner.)


Well, I'm working on the same project for next year and am giving a call-out for those who'd like to be involved this time around. If you wanna find out more about the project or how to get connected with it, go here: http://wp.me/P2sHGD-6

Send me a message if you might be interested!

Comment by Hand Job Zine on August 16, 2013 at 5:16am

First issue is complete at last if anyones interested check out http://handjobzine.wordpress.com/ or email handjobzine@gmail.com 

Comment by Kari Tervo on August 13, 2013 at 10:11pm

Hi Andy--Thanks for posting this call for submissions. I'm noticing on the submission form that there's no physical address to send zines to for consideration. Are an image of the cover and the 200 word description adequate? Or should I send a physical copy or link you to my Zine Wiki page? Thanks.

 

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