Call for Submissions

Calls for Submissions – Cahoodaloodaling due March 21 and June 20

Two themed submission calls currently open. They accept: visual and audio art, poetry, literature, as well as essays, non-fiction, screenplays, collaborations and even letters home.

NOTE: They do accept reprints. Read the submission guidelines carefully for details.

For more info on submitting, read my Submission Tips here.

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Grit by the Glass – DEADLINE: June 20, 2015

“Denis Johnson says to write naked, write in blood & write from exile. For this issue, we’re looking for Grit Lit writing that does just that. We want pieces that kick you in the gut & leave your mouth bloody. We’re looking for poetry & prose that can stop a dog fight while drinking homemade whiskey. We’d love stories, essays & poems that can find their way around the darkest hollers & the seediest city blocks. We want words that know their way around shotguns & fights, black eyes & regret. Words that get at the worst decisions people have ever made & their bare knuckle consequences. In the end, we want pieces that will shake you to your core because they are unafraid of broaching a difficult topic & they do it with aplomb.”

Duotrope: https://duotrope.com/listing/7892

Read the Duotrope interview with the editor(s).

PAST THEMES

He Said/She Said – DEADLINE: March 21, 2015

“What was said? You tell us. This issue we’re seeking submissions with conversations, dialogues, and quotations. While we want a strong conversational component to each piece selected for He Said/She Said, this call for submissions is theme, not form, based. Send us your visual, audio, written, and multimedia work of any genre and style that you feel speaks to this theme. This is a great opportunity to submit a scene from your play or to collaborate with others.”

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