Venues: K

Non-specific and/or Multiple Deadlines

 

Kaleidoscope Magazine (United Disability Services)

seeks fiction, creative nonfiction, personal essays, or poetry submissions for

1) Issue 62: “Finding Good/Strength in Adversity”

deadline August 1, 2010

details @ http://www.udsakron.org/news/detail.asp?id=12

2) Issue 63: “Disability & Animals That Make a Difference”

deadline March 1, 2011

http://www.udsakron.org/news/detail.asp?id=10

 

Kane Miller Publishers

seeks children’s works from writers worldwide that convey cultures and communities within the U.S. (previously only accepting authors outside US)

“We are looking for non-fiction for ages 2-12 on those subjects which are particularly American: sports such as baseball, historical events, American biographies, American folk tales, etc. We are also committed to expanding our early and middle-grade fiction list.”

details @ http://www.kanemiller.com/contact.asp#submission

 

Kartika Review

seeks works endeavoring “to expand and enhance the mainstream perception of Asian American creative writing”

accepting short, experimental or interpretive, flash & micro fiction; narrative, prose, lyrical, free verse, eastern or western poetic forms, and spoken word poetry; memoirs, reportage, letters, essays in nonfiction; queries for book reviews; and art work for website or cover design

details @ http://www.kartikareview.com/submit.html

 

Kasma Science Fiction Magazine

seeks science fiction, but we are not completely limited to one specific genre

email subs only

details @ http://www.kasmamagazine.com/submissionguidelines.htm

 

Kensington Publishers

accepting query fictions by email for imprints:

  • Zebra, the company’s flagship imprint, is primarily made up of a large number of historical romance titles, but the list also generally includes one or two lead contemporary romances, westerns, horror and humor.
  • Brava publishes 3 erotic romances in trade paperback each month.
  • Pinnacle, is the imprint that features best-selling commercial fiction, including thrillers and true crime.
  • Citadel, Kensington’s non-fiction imprint publishes acclaimed works of history, biography, military history, self-help, and humor. Citadel is also home to our full line of Poker titles, Lyle Stuart Books.
  • Aphrodisia, launched in January 2006, is our extremely popular line of erotica.
  • Dafina brings you the very best in African American fiction, non-fiction, and young adult titles.

details for all @ http://www.kensingtonbooks.com/finditem.cfm?itemid=14298

 

Kite Hill Publishing

accepting GLBT (but not exclusively) short story, story & novellas fiction submissions

“…representation by an agent is not required”

Category Guidelines: Romance, Books for Grown Up Kids, Slice of Life, Pulp Fiction, & Fantasy Historical

details @ http://www.kitehillpublishing.com/submissions.html

 

Kugelmass

accepting humorous short stories & essays

open submissions: rolling

details @ http://firewheel-editions.org/kugelmass/guidelines/

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