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Comment by Rasasvada on January 5, 2015 at 9:27am

our website/zine is always taking submissions! words/art/dreams

Comment by missmuffcake on January 4, 2015 at 10:51pm

still seeking submissions!

Comment by Joshua Swainston on January 4, 2015 at 10:38pm

Now accepting submissions! In a joint effort between the Nearsighted Narwhal and Creative Colloquy we are accepting submissions of a noir/crime nature for an audio CD titled “Valentine’s Day Massacre at the Narwhal” to be released on … you guessed it Valentine’s Day.

Submissions should be approx. 700 words of a dark crime nature. Should be very theatrical, as this will be recorded for entertainment purposes. We will be accepting the top 7 stories. Once accepted, the author (if local to the Western Washington area) will be asked to record at the Narwhal. Out-of-towners will be asked to record an audio file digitally and send it in. Story may be read by actors or friends if the author so decides. Selected work from local Western Washington Artist will be featured at Creative Colloquy in print the week of Valentine’s day.

Ossain of the Narwhal will provide Folio in post-production. A few musical selections will also appear on the CD.

Featured authors will receive one CD as payment.

Tell your friends!

Submissions are to be sent to submit@creativecolloquy.com with the subject: Massacre. Submission due Jan 17th 2015

http://creativecolloquy.com/special-call-for-submissions-valentines...

Comment by Em + Nix on January 3, 2015 at 9:39am

Call for Submissions

Femmentine is a queer space for examining femme identity

  • We resist the notion of “natural beauty”— beauty is unnatural, what we are doing is something that we create for ourselves. We seek not to simply conceal the faults in our skin but to transform ourselves into something greater than human.

  • We resist the idea that the power in the feminine comes from the ability to attract men. We are powerful of our right. Our power comes from ourselves and our communities and does not need male validation to be real.

  • We gain power through beauty rituals that prepare us to face the world. Sometimes this means putting on six layers of eyeshadow, sometimes it is as simple as putting on sweat pants.

  • We understand femme as a means of forming bonds with other femmes. Doing your friend’s makeup is an intimate and important act. Our femme identities are shaped by our connections with those we care for. By participating in these rituals, we and our friends construct our own ideas of what beauty means for us.

  • We recognize that the meaning and action of femme can change for different people. Femme identity interacts with with the other identities we carry and shapes the ways in which we express it.

Send us your:

+ Photos +Drawings +Comics +Art +Poetry +Writing (under

1000 words)

Submissions are open to all not-man, not-straight people and must be received byJanuary 15, 2015. Please include with your submission your name (a username is alright too if you don’t want your full name) and where you’re from and one song that makes you feel powerful, centered, and connected. Feel free to include a short bio or description with your work but no pressure.

All contributors will be sent a copy once it is finished! (Let us know if you would prefer digital or print + tell us where to send!)

Send all submissions on over  to femmentine@gmail.com XOXO Femmentine

Comment by Katie Doherty on December 20, 2014 at 9:00am

Comment by Frederick Maurice S. Lim on December 17, 2014 at 1:52am

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thanks!

Comment by Nat M. on December 17, 2014 at 12:34am

Hello everyone!

We're currently accepting written media (poetry, essays, short stories) OR artwork (paintings, collages, comics etc) on feelings/thoughts about identity surrounding Southerness/Southern Existence/Living in the Southern United States as a person who is either black AND/or indigenous AND eitherqueer AND/OR trans.

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Submission Deadline: February 30th, 2015
Projected publish date: April 1st 

Requirements:

  • All written media should be 300 to 700 words
  • Black & white (Color is accepted but all physical copies will be black and white)
  • Can be any 2D illustrated format (digital, graphite, painting, full illustration, comic, whatever)
  • JPG, PNG, or PDFs prefered! 
  • No smaller than 6x4.25 inches at 300ppi
  • Can submit up to 2 pieces
  • Extremely NSFW themes and artwork will be considered on a case by case basis.
  • Feel free to post your submissions on any social media sites. However, we’d prefer you wait until publication!

Please send submissions or questions to me, Nat, at: MCINTOSHWRITING (@) gmail (.) com

Comment by ZippityZinedra on December 15, 2014 at 6:51am

A Final call out before the due date:

This is a call for submissions about a zine dealing with Grief & Death called:

"Falling Apart".

Looking for contributors. Submissions can be written work (500 to 700 words), art, drawings, poetry..

Submissions should be about someone you know who has died:
parent, sibling, significant other, child, cousin, aunt, uncle, grandparent, mentor, close friend, etc.

Can be queer focused or not, atheist, deal with religion, spirituality, disability, mental illness, oppression, isolation, grief groups, abandonment, community, therapy, solitude.....

How are you dealing with your grief over their death? Who were they? How did they die?

**Am looking for first hand accounts only. They cannot be fictionalized or about celebrities one considers to be like family. And if you submit a poem, it Must be a page in length ONLY. The 500-700 word limit is ONLY for written work and does not include poems.
Am not accepting any photography at this time.
Please note: The zine will be in black and white, not in colour.

ALL submissions are subject to review before publication. Not all submissions are guaranteed publication in the zine and only those selected will be contacted.
If contacted, let us know which name you wish published (real name or alias), website you would like to promote and which mailing address you would like the zine sent to.**

Am accepting submissions until January 15th, 2015 and as compensation, each selected contributor will receive a free mailed out copy of the zine upon completion.

If interested, you can:

Message me on the wemakezines website

                        or

email at:

sandra_reiki_@hotmail.com

Comment by Nebula Zine on December 15, 2014 at 2:35am

Hi!

I'm looking for women writers who are interested in sci-fi to contribute to issue 2 of my mini zine Nebula. The theme is: 'The Traveller'. Your piece could be about a time traveller, an alien, or a very ordinary human who discovers a weird experiment... It's up to you! What I'm accepting:

Flash fiction: 75-100 words

Short poems: 15 lines (max)

I'm also looking for film/DVD/book reviews. These don't need to follow the theme but they must be in the sci-fi genre and they must be under 150 words.

The deadline is: 24th December 2014

Please send submissions to Samina at nebulazine@outlook.com 

Those who will be featured in the zine will be contacted with further information.

Thanks and good luck with your submissions! :)

Comment by Andreas Lazaris on December 14, 2014 at 11:25pm

 

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