Arachne Press wants stories and poems for a peace anthology to celebrate the end of WW1 by 31 March 2018. Full details here. Contributors whose work is chosen will get a share of profits.
Third Point Press is open to submissions until 30 November 2017 for Issue 9. Submit up to five poems “in a standard font”, in a single document, via the Submittable portal. Full info and guidelines here. Payment is $10 per contributor for accepted work.
UK-based indie press Nine Arches Press will be open for submissions of full poetry collections between 1 and 30 November 2017. Full information here. Unfortunately, the editors prefer it if poets submit initially to the magazine, Under the Radar. However, they will be not be open for submissions to the magazine until 1 December (open until 31 December) 2017. If you are submitting a full collection, read the submissions criteria carefully.
Submissions will open on 1 June 2017 (until 31 July 2017) for writing on the theme of ‘Skin’ for issue eight of Third Point Press. The publication aims to feature both local writers from Lancaster (that’s Lancaster in the US, Pennsylvania) and international writers. Full info here.
Petite Hound Press specialises in pairing a poem or flash fiction story with a piece of visual artwork, to create unexpected juxtapositions. Send up to 3 poems of no more than 7 lines each!
This American Muslim wants writings on the experience of being Muslim in America for a planned anthology: http://www.thisamericanmuslim.org/submissions
Sorry for the bad pun! Queens University of Charlotte, North Carolina, invites submissions of poetry (and other creative writing – see site) to its literary journal, Qu (published by the MFA programme). Payment upon publication. Full details here.
This is a new UK journal ‘dedicated to providing an honest insight into the complexity of mental illness’. The editors are especially encouraging submissions from poets who identify as LGBTQA and/or POC. Full details here.
You have until 31 August 2016 to enter this writing competition, entitled ‘Poetry & Politics’. It’s free to enter, and the winner will receive £200. Poems by the winner and runners-up will be published in the Holland Park Press online magazine. One poem per entrant. Your poem must be original (hope that would go without saying!), unpublished, and up to 50 lines in length. Poems must be in English, but may be from poets anywhere in the world and of any nationality. Please refer to the website for full submissions info: http://hollandparkpress.co.uk/magazine_detail.php?magazine_id=407&language=English
This US-based quarterly literary magazine looks worth checking out – especially as they pay for poetry: a rare thing indeed. Submit up to five poems by post or online (https://www.threepennyreview.com/online_submissions/). Submissions are open from January to June each year. No previously published work or simultaneous submissions (poems under consideration elsewhere). Response time varies from two days to two months. Do not email your submission – it won’t be read. For more information, visit the website: http://threepennyreview.com/