June 2022 eLitPak
Writing programs, summer reading, calls, & contests ending soon!
The NewPages eLitPak includes digital fliers from literary magazines, creative writing programs, writing conferences and events, and independent publishers. Discover calls for submissions, writing and book contests, application deadlines, upcoming events, new releases and issue announcements, and more.
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Reserve Now and Save $30 in our Next eLitPak
Reserve your spot in an upcoming NewPages eLitPak. Reach our 3,500+ newsletter subscribers and have your flier PDF promoted on our blog and on our social media to our 30,000+ followers. Now accepting reservations for our July 2022 through January 2023 eLitPaks.
Last Call! North Street Book Prize for Self-Published Books
Winning Writers will award a grand prize of $8,000 in its eighth annual North Street competition, and $16,750 in all. The top eight winners will enjoy additional benefits from our co-sponsors BookBaby and Carolyn Howard-Johnson. Gifts for everyone who enters. Submit books published in any year and on any self-publishing platform. $70 entry fee. Enter online or by mail by June 30. Learn more at our website and view flyer for full details.
Submit to CARVE Year-round!
Carve accepts submissions all year round, from anywhere in the world. We pay the writers we publish ($100 for fiction; $50 for nonfiction/poetry) and have generous word count limits: up to 10,000 for fiction/nonfiction and 2,000 for poetry. We publish all three genres in print, and fiction is also published online. Submit your best work today! View flyer for more details.
Summer Titles for Livingston Press at University of West Alabama
A novel about GI's returning from WWII to about-face and enter colleges under the GI Bill. A story collection about nursing, its joys, frustrations, and heartbreak. See flyer for more details or visit website.
Check out Madville Publishing’s Summer Reading List!
Our authors worry at questions of family, home, and belonging in this amazing quartet of books. All available now for order or preorder: Worrisome Creatures: Poems by Kate Sweeney, Genesis Road a novel by Susan O’Dell Underwood, Provenance: A Novel by Sue Mell, and Secret City: Poems by Katherine Smith. View flyer or visit website to learn more.
Divot Wants to Read Your Poems! You Inspire Us!
Rolling submission deadline. Divot Poetry is reading for Issues 5 and 6. We value fresh imagery and startling ways to describe the human condition. See our submission guidelines for full information. We look forward to reading your poetry. View flyer or visit website to learn more.
Join us for the Willow Writers Retreat in Hermann, MO this Summer! July 10-14.
Time to write! Sumptuous breakfasts, yoga, wineries. Discussions led by Susan Isaak Lolis, a published and award-winning writer. Topics include Writing Strong Characters; Creating a Sense of Place; Believable Dialogue. Before May 31: $350.00; Before June 15: $400.00; After June 15: $450.00. Accommodations separate, contact the Inn at Hermanhoff for reduced rate: (573) 486-5199. Visit website or call (954) 806-3878.
Our Lady of the Lake Online MFA & MA Programs
Our Lady of the Lake University’s 100% online Master of Arts-Master of Fine Arts (MA-MFA) and Master of Arts (MA) in Literature, Creative Writing, and Social Justice prepare critically engaged and socially aware scholars, writers, educators, and professionals. This nationally unique, virtual program combines creativity with practical skills and critical knowledge, while keeping in mind the pursuit of social justice. View flyer or visit website to learn more.
The First Annual Virtual LIGHT Festival
How have you healed lately? According to Ijeoma Oluo, writing reminds her that she is “a person worthy of healing.” To discover, dialogue, and define how we might bring writing and other creative mediums, such as poetry and art, from the public back into public health for our collective healing and transformation, come join us at the LIGHT Festival on Friday, June 17, 2022, from 8AM-6PM CDT. View flyer or visit website to learn more.