Publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, comics and lists. Accepts submissions September through April. Submit by online submission manager only. Annual print journal; website updated weekly.
Features short, imaginative fiction and poetry. Submit fiction and individual poems by online submissions manager only. Biannual. The Bitter Oleander Press, 4983 Tall Oaks Dr., Fayetteville, NY 13066. firstname.lastname@example.org
Features short stories, articles, essays, poetry, book reviews and translations. Considers stories from anywhere, original or translations, but encourages Atlantic Canadians and Canadian writers, and new and young writers. Does not read fiction submissions between June 1 and Sept. 30. Quarterly. Bonnie McIsaac, office manager, The Antigonish Review, St. Francis Xavier University, P.O. Box 5000, …
Limited attendance makes for an intimate and focused setting in workshops, panels, classes and more. Enrollees read peer manuscripts in advance then compare their conclusions with those of top-notch editors and agents in a collegial, open-clinic format. Can apply for full-novel critique or critique of first 12 pages. The conference also features a teen workshop.
Annual three-day conference hosted by the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, features workshops, panels, pitch session and networking with authors, editors and agents.
An annual gathering of readers and writers considering ideas set forth in fiction, nonfiction, journalism, poetry and filmmaking. This year’s presenters include Katherine Boo, Billy Collins and Simon Winchester.
Begins with an early bird session led by late stage story development editor Lisa Rector-Maass and also featuring keynote speaker Robin Jones Gunn. Great place to network with literary agents and Christian publishing houses.
Hosted by the New England Chapters of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America. Features manuscript critiques, agent pitches, master classes and plenty of opportunities to meet with other mystery writers and fans.
A one-week residential workshop in writing and selling commercial science fiction and fantasy. Features extensive time spent with best-selling and award-winning authors and professional editors currently working in the field, both one-on-one and in group sessions. Limited to 24 students.
Over 200 writers attend annually, convening at the Bread Loaf Inn in Middlebury, Vt. Workshops are offered in fiction, poetry and nonfiction. Magazine editors, publicists, grant specialists and other professionals will also be in attendance to offer their feedback and expertise.