The Suburban Review (est. 2013), a quarterly literary journal based in Melbourne, Australia, is accepting prose and poetry for Volume 4 which will commemorate the literary accomplishments of women.
This special issue will be guest edited by published feminist writer Francesca Ohlert. She is reviewing works that highlight the humor, vitality and variety of feminine point-of-view narratives. This issue is open only to Australian writers and poets.
Circlet Press (est. 1992), a well-known indie publisher of erotic sci-fi, is open for submissions to a forthcoming anthology called MakerSex: Erotic Stories of Geeks, Hackers, and DIY Projects.
Anthologist Annabeth Leong is curating erotic stories meshed with technological fervor and a DIY punk environment. The DIY stories may be near-future sci-fi or cyberpunk, but they can also occur in distant universes,
subTerrain magazine (est. 1988), a tri-annual literary publication featuring the works of writers from Canada, United States, and elsewhere, is seeking submissions for Issue # 69, to be published this winter.
Editor Brian Kaufman is reviewing submissions on the theme of “MEAT”—creative fiction stories, essays, and nonfiction narratives that celebrate and examine the human dependency and relationship with meat
Bloomsbury Publishing is looking for a bright, hard-working person to join the Bloomsbury USA Children’s Editorial team. The Children’s Editorial Assistant supports the Children’s editorial department—most particularly the editorial director—in a wide range of administrative editorial tasks and administrative tasks.
Brain, Child: the Magazine for Thinking Mothers (est. 1999) is accepting literary works for a special one-off issue called Brain, Teen, which will be published in 2015.
Editor-in-Chief Marcelle Soviero welcomes fiction, personal essays, and poetry that encapsulate the special experiences and moments of rearing teens and tweens.
Essays, written in first-person, are the cornerstone of the magazine. Topics might include a father expressing his emotions to his daughter; a mother bonding with her son by coaching his little league team;
Page One Publishing is currently seeking freelance writers to write for three of its Canadian lifestyle magazines: YAM, Douglas magazine, and Salt magazine. The editorial team has posted writer’s guidelines for each publication to help writers pitch their articles.
Douglas magazine covers timely, pertinent business trends for busy entrepreneurs and business professionals.
A helpful list of places to submit short stories.
PassageMaker Magazine is now paying freelance writers $300-$950 for feature articles; and $150-$400/article for Channels e-newsletter. Last year’s rates were $250-$500/feature article; and $150-$300/article for Channels, the enewsletter. Word length remains the same: 800-4000 words/feature article, and under 1200 words per article for the e-newsletter.