Circles, Fountains, Tuna, & Zombies, oh my!


A full list may be found at

 the Opportunities Page

Strange Circle Magazine

seeks “dark fiction and poetry from around the world”

deadline for current issue July 31, 2010


Dark Fountain

seeking Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, and Flash-Fiction

for Issue #1

deadline August 1, 2010

details @



seeking poetry and prose for its inaugural issue

also accepting visual art: query first

deadline August 1, 2010

details @


Chicken of the Sea Super Cook Contest

submit “an essay in English of no more than 400-words describing why you are someone who can turn simple Chicken of the Sea…”

deadline August 15, 2010

details @


Homewood by Hilton “Why I Love Homewood” Contest

essay videos and pics about a stay at Homewood Hotel

deadline August 20, 2010

details @


Blue Print Magazine

(Wilfrid Laurier University)

seeks “creative, engaging images…photographs, photo essays, paintings, sketches, collages, designs, comic strips and more.”

also accepts essays, original research, analysis and/or interviews, literary fiction, non-fiction and poetry

details @


BookShed Short Story Compilation

seeks stories and poetry for anthology: Longer Fuses

deadline September 1, 2010

details @


FOF Publishing

Zombie Anthology

deadline September 1, 2010

details @

FOF is also open to “novel submissions in the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror”

note: set up costs apply to novel subs: read carefully!

details @


Public Knowledge Journal

Call for submissions: Volume 2, Issue 2, Crisis/Disaster

accepting …scholarly articles for peer review, as well as book reviews, reflections, interviews, response essays, and other selected non-peer-reviewed work.”

deadline September 8, 2010


Public Knowledge Journal

seeking blogger “to write one blog a week for four weeks during our upcoming issue”

details for both @

(blogger search: scroll down)



6 thoughts on “Circles, Fountains, Tuna, & Zombies, oh my!

  1. Thanks Roxie.Btw, surfed into Public Knowledge and read the current blogger’s post on leadership. I find it interesting when someone states that a good employee is one that pushes back—apparently the blogger has never suffered the consequences of pushing back anyone.
    Still, an interesting venue at large.

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