Features previously unpublished fiction, nonfiction, poetry and art. Submissions from the U.S. should be sent by regular mail; submissions from outside the U.S. may be emailed. Quarterly. Cimarron Review, 205 Morrill Hall, English Dept., Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078. cimarron firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 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, …
International online and weekly magazine covering a wide range of issues and events. Features articles on domestic and foreign affairs, economics, education, environment, law, media, politics, lifestyle trends, women’s rights, family issues, community, personal finance, careers, education, books, art, travel, cultural commentary, occasional poetry and more. Seeks news for its print, email and online editions. …
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.
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.
With four sessions per day and a choice of four workshops each session, attendees can build their best experience at this writing retreat. Choose from a variety of genres from memoir to business, children’s to travel. The backdrop of the Puget Sound provides for a meditative environment that inspires creativity.
Offers a hands-on, interactive and educational experience for writers who want to enhance their understanding of law enforcement and forensics. Keynote speaker: Lisa Gardner. Limited to 150 attendees.
Explores writing and publishing’s new frontiers and outfits participants as writers of the American West. Open to all genres and genders. Invites writers whose works are set in the Trans-Mississippi west, both historical and contemporary. Scheduled pitch sessions available.
For professional women and men pursuing careers across the communications spectrum. Workshop options range from print and electronic journalism to public relations and marketing.