Poet Rose Lemberg is editing an anthology of poetry in tribute to Ursula K Le Guin. The book will be published by Aqueduct Press in 2019. Read full details here. Deadline: 15 October 2018.
The Emma Press has a callout for poems about insects for an anthology for children. Deadline 5 October 2018. As usual, you must buy/have bought a book or ebook from the Press in this calendar year (or have been previously published by them). Full details here.
I came across this call-out for poems in Writing Magazine, by a blogger called Tracey Ward, who wants to raise the profile of mental health issues and sufferers. (I am not sure what will be done with any proceeds from the book, should it make a profit.) Tracey is currently seeking crowdfunding, in the hopes of publishing the anthology in hardback. More information here.
Geometry is a New Zealand-based journal (print and digital), open to international submissions. Full submission details here.
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.
Iota Magazine wants pieces that explore mind, body and medicine through art, literature and culture, by 1 March 2018. Full details here.
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.
Based in Nigeria, Lunaris Review is a literary and art journal. Send no more than four poems, each no longer than 40 lines. There is no payment for accepted work. Full guidelines here.
Digital literary journal, The Sunlight Press, accepts submissions of up to five poems (in a single attachment). Full information here. There is a relatively quick turnaround time (you should hear from the editors around four-to-six weeks from submission), and there is payment for accepted work. The following is copied from the website: “We want to hear the ways people turn toward light and hope, whether it is through the arts, culture, spirituality, or humor, and also how they respond to the darkness and navigate unknown spaces. Epiphanies are born from the ordinary and the extraordinary; whether it’s a reflection unfolding during a morning walk, after the loss of a loved one, or in the middle of unexpected laughter, we want to know about these moments.
The Sunlight Press publishes twice weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays. Creative nonfiction, including essays, book reviews, and artists on craft pieces appear on alternating Mondays. Poetry and fiction appear on alternating Wednesdays. Occasionally, we publish additional posts, including Editors’ notes, contest news, photography, etc.”
Frontier Poetry magazine is open year-round to submissions from poets who have published no more than one full-length poetry collection. It is free to submit (unless you choose the ‘Fast Response’ option), and poems are paid at a rate of $50 for one poem, up to a maximum of $150. Full details here.