Scottish-international publisher

Scottish-and-Swedish-based indie publisher Word-o-Mat seeks international submissions for edition number three of its quarterly print zines, that fit into a box the size of a cigarette packet! Submissions are especially encouraged from “female and non-binary writers”. Previously published work is considered, as long as you state where it was published, and that you retain copyright. Visit the website for full info.

Nine Arches Press – Magazine and Full Collection Submissions

Nine Arches Press has opened its bi-annual submissions window for poetry collections until 30 November 2015. Poets should have a record of previous publications, but should not have previously published a collection for the Nine Arches Press Debut series. Send a sample of twenty poems in one document.

Nine Arches is also looking for poems for its magazine, ‘Under the Radar’. Send up to six original, unpublished poems (or short fiction up to a max. 3,000 words) through the online submission system. Again, check the website for full details.

Please read the full information on the Nine Arches website before submitting: http://ninearchespress.com/submissions.html

Buzzer ezine seeks submissions from under-35-year-olds

Copied from Poetry Library news:

Buzzer is a new website that publishes poetry, flash fiction and art work of the under 35s. We give a platform to young, innovative artists.
We are now open for submissions. Please send your bio with up to three poems, a piece of flash fiction, or art work (photography accepted) to buzzerpoetry@gmail.com

The Great Gatsby-inspired poetry

Silver Birch Press is seeking ‘poetry, prose, art, collage, photography and other work that celebrates this remarkable novel’. Send up to three poems on the theme by 1st September 2014. More information: http://silverbirchpress.wordpress.com/2014/07/14/the-great-gatsby-anthology-silver-birch-press-2015/

Faber and Faber

Faber and Faber accept unsolicited submissions of poetry only (they have stopped accepted unsolicited work in all other genres). They ask for six ‘examples’ (I think they mean poems!) to start with. Check out their site for more information: http://www.faber.co.uk/about/contact/unsolicited-submissions/