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Tales from a Small Planet

seeking volunteers to help with editing, web coding, research, and message board moderation

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seeking real post reports and photographs

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seeking poetry, short fiction, postcards, and department-specific

consistent with our theme: “What It’s Really Like to Live There”

for online magazine and resource center

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Teaching Tolerance Magazine

seeks creative and effective learning activities that connect to a social justice theme

for  grades PreK-2, 3-5, 6-8 or 9-12

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Teen Ink Sponsored Contests:

(Magazine, Website and Books written by Teens)

1) Teen Ink Points of View Contest

Write your opinion about something you care about to win $200!

2) Teen Ink Cover Photo Contest

Send your best photo – of friends or anything else cool (vertical is best) and color for next month’s cover of Teen Ink magazine!

3).Interview Contest

Win the chance to interview a celebrity!
Previous celebrity interviews include George Lucas, Maya Angelou, R. L. Stine and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

4. Nonfiction Contest

Send your essays. Two winners selected every month from the articles in these sections: Nonfiction, Focus, College Essays and Sports.

5) Poetry Contest

Are you the next Maya Angelou or e.e. cummings? Serious, funny, long or short – send us your poems today! One winner selected each month!

6) Educator of the Year Contest

Send your nominating essay today to recognize that amazing teacher in your life, and give him or her a chance to be in the spotlight.

7) Fiction Contest

Fairy tales, sci-fi, horror, romance – short stories galore!
Entries of all kinds are accepted throughout the year. Winner selected twice yearly.

8 ) Travel & Culture Contest

Hiking in Yosemite. Strolling through Paris. Celebrating Chinese New Year.
Describe your latest cultural adventures at home or abroad. Winners selected twice a year.

9) Environment Contest

Hybrid cars? Required recycling? Tell us about a problem facing the planet … and abour your solutions and ideas. Winners selected annually.

10) Community Service Awards

What do you do to make the world a better place?
Tell us about it and win $100 for your favorite charity, plus a prize for you. Winners selected annually.

no deadlines for Contests: entries are accepted throughout the year…

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Ten Pages Press

accepting e-Chapbooks

seeking poetry, fiction, a demonic hybrid consisting of a total of ten pages

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Terracotta Typewriter 

Themed literary journal with a connection to China

seeking subs of literary fiction, non-fiction, poetry, 

translations, and reviews and interviews 

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site not updated since Jan. 2011

seeks fiction 140 words or less

rolling submissions

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The, a blog of words

 submit your poetry and/or short prose

accepting works to publish immediately and on a rolling basis

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this: a literary webzine

seeks fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and artwork

on a rolling basis – online subs only

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This Zine

site not updated since March 2011

seeks contributing bloggers

“Funny, serious, opinionated, loves/hates, lists… it’s up to you!”

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Thunderclap Press

seeks poetry and prose

accepts submissions for bi-monthly magazine

 temporarily closed to chapbook subs

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Ticonderoga Publications

seeks themed works for anthologies

see site for specifics/deadlines 

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(use the ‘guidelines’ margin on the top)


Tikkun Magazine

accepting unsolicited articles, poetry, and art

“…which advance the pursuit of tikkun olam – social justice

 and the repair of the world…”

rolling subs – see site for specifics

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Tin House

accepts stories, poems, and essays

themed issues – see site for specifics

reading September 1 – May 31 annually

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The Tiny Globule 

sight not updated since March 2010

accepting subs for Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror 

email subs, rolling 

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TQR –Totally Quality Reading

Annual Open Submissions Period

Winter Issue:  October 15 thru November 15

Spring Issue: January 15 thru February 15


Fall Issue: July 15 thru August 15

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Trapeze Magazine

accepting twitter poetry and fiction (140 characters)

“science fiction, horror, fantasy, speculative or surreal content”

open year-round

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Travel By The Books

seeking feature articles, interviews, short stories, and poetry

relating to literary travel

themes and deadlines: see site for specifics

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 (find ‘writers’ guidelines’ at top margin)


TRIGGER: a Status Hat Publication

seeks submission of poetry, fiction and visual art

varying themes and deadlines check site

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Twelve Stories

accepting short fiction with verve

year round (rolling)

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Twisted Tongue Magazine

closed until 2012 for re-organization

seeking fiction, flash fiction, and poetry with a twist

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