Calls for Submissions and Etc

 

Call for Submissions: Faking Out Zine

Ever faked an orgasm? Has your partner ever faked? Fake orgasms can be a tool, especially for women, to get out of situations they start to feel uncomfortable in. But what else can they be? How do YOU feel about the possibility of faking orgasms?
If you’ve ever ruminated on these issues, you may want to think about submitting to Faking Out: A Zine About Orgasms and (Not) Keeping Them Real. Send stories of fakery of up to 500 words to spleggzines@gmail.com.
Deadline: February 28th.

Call for Submissions: Pro-Wrestling Poetry

Toronto writers Spencer Gordon and Nathaniel Moore are putting together a ” classic staple-stitched zine monstrosity” of poetry completely and entirely inspired by the art of professional wrestling. 80’s cartoony wrestling! The staid straight-edge tenacity of CM Punk! Take a classic CanLit poem and put it in a headlock! All of this can be fodder for your works. Check out the submission page for more info. Deadline: March 21, 2014.

Call for Submissions: The Sophisticated Boom Boom Zine

Here is a mouthful – the Sophisticated Boom Boom Every Couple of Monthsly zine is looking for submissions! Feel free to email any poems/ photos/ rants/ articles/ somethings/ anythings to:
thesophisticatedboom@gmail.com. There isn’t a set theme for issue #1 (unless we find a theme!) Deadline is February 19, 2014.
The book’ll be released during our February installment in a run of basically fiftyish. Free to all attendees. BOOM.

Call for Submissions: Cactus Press

This small publishing house is looking for poetry chapbook submissions from Montreal writers for its first-ever Montreal launch later this year. Deadline is March 31, 2014. Learn more about submissions and the press at their website.

Call for Submissions: Chupa Cabra Press

I won’t lie, I really liked the name and ethos of this press so I included it. They are hosting a call for submissions for their upcoming anthology titled Short Story Culture. The theme is weird westerns – duels with the devil, robot cowboys, or vampire saloon girls. Any genre is accepted as long as there is an overarching Old American West/Cowboys/Native American theme. Deadline is February 1, 2014. Find out more about their guidelines at their website.

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