Publishes literary fiction and nonfiction and drama. Currently not considering poetry, mystery or short-fiction manuscripts. Submit manuscript by postal mail.
Canadian authors only. Publishes literary fiction, drama, poetry, natural history, biography, Canadian heritage and history, military history, politics, current affairs, art books and books about Canadian cultural institutions. Also publishes books for teens and children 7 and older.
Publishes literary fiction, drama, innovative poetry and books about Toronto. Considers Canadian authors only. Prefers electronic submissions.
Publishes literary fiction (including short-story collections), nonfiction, poetry, translations and drama. Titles are by or about U.S. Hispanics. Publishes both established and emerging writers.
Seeking novels, plays, memoirs, short-story collections and essay collections on the themes of the environment, ecology, travel and wildlife. Submit by online submission manager.
Showcases inspiring young adult writers, aged 13-19. Publishes poetry, fiction, drama and art that examines the human condition.
Publishes fiction, short plays, poetry, photo essays and literary nonfiction in traditional and experimental styles. Submission by regular mail only. Unsolicited material read between Aug. 15 and May 15.
Theme: Writing Florida: The First 500 Years Fountains of youth, conquistadors and missionaries, robber barons, land scams, mosquitoes, hurricanes, hanging chads, spring break, retirement villages—the stuff of life. OUR GOAL: To bring together writers, editors, agents, publishers, book sellers, grant administrators, directors of writers’ colonies and retreats, and other interested folk in one place. We’ll …
An intense, two and a half day session on screenwriting led by Syd Field, Chris Vogler, Linda Seger, Michael Hauge and John Truby. Geared to filmmakers, TV writers, screenwriters, producers and directors.
A new social network called Cayova hosts a sponsorship competition for aspiring writers with a prize of $10,000. Blogging, biography, literary criticism, poetry, drama, screenplay, history, fact or fiction, everything and anything using the written word qualifies. Cayova wants to allow writers across all genres to be able to concentrate on their creativity and reward …