Venues: P

Non-specific and/or Multiple Deadlines


Palooka Journal

accepting fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, artwork/photography, & shadow boxing

submissions read year-round

details @



accepting manuscripts and artwork

Submissions are read year-round

details @


Paper Darts Literary Arts Magazine

video, music, interactive Web design, for web issue

and art, writing, comics, etc for both print & online

“…accepted on a rolling basis–meaning creative work

is accepted in all forms, at all times, from all parties…”

details @


Pearson Education

seeks proposals from general authors, technical authors, non-technical authors, and reviewers

for all imprints: U.S. Higher Education, Professional and Global imprints

links for each @


Pelican Publishing Company

seeks proposals: children’s, middle grade, adult

details @


seeks illustrators

details @


Pen Pusher

seeks short fiction, features, poetry & reviews

deadlines for upcoming issues

publishing  in March, July, and November

details @


Peril: Asian Australian online magazine of arts and culture

seeks “any kind of text, sound or visual art, as long as it can be presented online”

Themed issues

details @


Permuted Press Anthology

submissions closed

seeks “grim, gritty stories about the unhappy unintended consequences of mucking about with the delicate fabric of reality”

details @

(Permuted Press Novel submissions set to resume winter 2010)



seeks “…literary nonfiction and poetry, and favor writing on themes related to soul, spirit, place, and social justice.”

journal does read year –round also has themed issues

artists: query for cover work & interior black & white pieces

details @


Pill Hill Press 

specializing in horror, suspense, 

dark fantasy and science fiction 

accepting themed – monthly submissions

  details @


Please Don’t

welcomes submissions of non-fiction, fiction, and interviews

Pitches, queries, and outlines of arguments are also welcome

details @


Poetry Power

Poetry and Essay Contests

accepting entries from Students in grades K-12 in the United States and Canada

three annual contests: Spring, Summer,  and Fall

details for all @


Poetry Society

offers many opportunities for writers of all ages

details for all @

or use specific links below:

Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award

The Poetry Society’s ‘Young National Poetry Competition’

open to poets ages 11-17

The Norman Hidden Prize Competition

open to Youth Members of the Poetry Society between 11-18

SLAMbassadors UK

“If you’re keen to develop your writing and stage skills, this is the competition for you.”

open to 12-18 year olds

National Poetry Competition

single-poem competitions: top prize £5000

Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry

awarded to a living UK poet: first prize £5000

Corneliu M Popescu Prize for European Poetry Translation

this £1500 prize for collections of poetry translated from

a European language into English

Geoffrey Dearmer prize

awarded annually to the top poet published in Poetry Review  

The Hamish Canham Poetry Prize

annual awarded to the best poem by a Poetry Society

member published in Poetry News each year 

Stanza Poetry Competition

competition exclusively for Poetry Society members

who are also Stanza members: awarded annually 

Seeing Further: Poems on the Underground Competition

Poetry Society Youth Members and Foyle Young Poets

(including commended poets) aged 19 or under to submit

up to three poems which incorporate the theme of science

next award TBA


Poets Against War

accepting verse in both French and English 60 lines or less

open subs: rolling

details @


Popshot Magazine

accepting poetry

themed issues:

details @


Prism Magazine

seeking articles: relate Christianity to contemporary culture, holistic ministry profiles, and spiritual challenges

prefer query, seasonal submissions 6 months in advance

reading year round

details @

(scroll right margin to: Get Connected then click on Review Guidelines)


Public Knowledge Journal

Call for submissions: themed issues

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

details @


Pure Slush

new online venue based in Adelaide Australia

accepting nonfiction flash fiction, humorous rhyming poetry,

themed monthly issues

details @


The Puritan

seeks fiction, non-fiction, poetry, interviews, and reviews

no deadline mentioned

details @


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