5 New Resources for Writers

5 New Resources for Writers

The Big Brick Review – Essay Contest, deadline Feb 17

“The Big Brick Review is a nonfiction online journal that seeks personal essays which build on the narrative of our lives, finding new insight to old struggles…old insight to new struggles…and all shades-of-gray in between. Now accepting submissions for the second annual essay contest; judges include award winning authors Georgia Beers, Susan Bono, Sejal Shah, and Alison Smith. For 2016, the contest theme is loosely based on the concept of ‘red’ or ‘read’. Creative interpretation welcomed. Essays must be narrative non-fiction (that is, they must explore a truth of a human experience as interpreted/experienced by the author) and will be judged on overall strength of writing, compelling content/theme, and interesting style/voice. Maximum length 2000 words. Read last year’s winning essays to see what we like. Deadline for contest submission is Feb 17, 2016. Visit Essay Contest online for more details at: http://www.bigbrickreview.com/contest.html.”

Authors Talk About It Podcast – Promotional Opportunity 

“Authors Talk About It is an awesome podcast that has recently been in the top 50 on iTunes. Sharing author interviews weekdays hosts, Rob and Janelle, are said to have an energetic and refreshing interview style and the uncanny ability to draw insight and fun conversations out of the guests. Authors range from first time authors to well-known and highly respected experts in their field. This is a great way…and a fun way to get the word out about your book(s). And…it’s free. All you have to do is visit http://authorstalkaboutit.com/be-a-guest-on-our-show/ and send a message letting Rob and Janelle know you want to be on the show. If it sounds like a good fit, Janelle will get back with you to schedule a time. Authors Talk About It also offers promotional packages and author/business coaching to help you get your book in front hundreds of thousands of people. The first step is connecting with Rob and Janelle and getting your spot on the show for an interview!”

Story Shares – Contest to support literacy, deadline Dec 31

“Help build a new body of content for teens and young adults who struggle with reading. Submit a story to Story Shares for the 2015 Relevant Reads Story of the Year Contest — win a prize AND contribute to a collection of stories that will inspire a love of reading in the millions of readers who read below level in middle school, high school, and beyond. The contest has 5 distinct categories and will run from Sep. 28 to Dec. 31, 2015. Winners will be announced Jan. 31, 2016. Learn more: http://www.storyshares.org/our-contest About Story Shares: Story Shares is a nonprofit organization that provides the 1 in 5 people in the United States who struggle to read above a 4th grade level with high-quality, engaging, and age-appropriate stories. Through their collaborative digital literacy hub, they harness the ingenuity of writers and the enthusiasm of educators to reach and connect with struggling readers in middle school, high school, and beyond. http://www.storyshares.org “

Lunch Ticket – submission call, deadline Oct 31

“Lunch Ticket is accepting submissions for its Summer/Fall 2015 issue for the following genres: Fiction, Flash Fiction, Poetry, Young Adult (13+), Visual Art, Translation/ Multi-lingual texts & Creative Nonfiction. Translated submissions: include original work with your translation, and a document showing that you have permission to publish the original work. Original, bilingual work may be submitted under the translation category; please indicate this in your cover letter. The responsibility for clearing rights, permissions for translated works, & the payment of any related fees, lies with the translator. Please read the guidelines carefully before submitting. For guidelines and submission manager, visit our website: http://lunchticket.org. Deadline: October 31, 2015″

CultureCult – submission call

“CultureCult takes a step forward towards being a wholesome Cultural endeavour by announcing its plan to unveil a brand new monthly e-Magazine that will strive to be a profound amalgamation of literature and the allied arts. This announcement also comes with the first call for submission from writers around the globe to be a part of this humble journey that we have undertaken. Submissions are presently being invited for poetry, short stories, flash fiction, criticisms and other constructive articles on topics that one has enough of a strong opinion on to jot down. Be a part of CultureCult. We are eagerly awaiting your submission. For submission instructions and guidelines, please visit: http://www.culturecult.in/submissions

 

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