Anthologies Online          

      http://www.anthologiesonline.com/      Welcome to the Writing Site with an Emphasis on Anthologies

 

 

Writers: Subscribe and send in your brief bio and your best writing sample (up to 1200      words total) to apply to become a featured writer. Find free articles and markets to help you get published.  Readers: Find your favorite authors, anthologies, and other books.

  Editors, send in your calls for manuscripts. Find writers and manuscripts to fill your anthologies.

 

 This website is best viewed in IE

AO Homepage
Subscribe
Amy Lou Jenkins
Writers Wanted
Messageboard
How to Write
Articles
Anthologies
Table of Contents
Contact AO
Writing Magazines
About Contests
Search
Featured Authors
Free reprint articles
Amy Lou Jenkins is the award-winning author of Every Natural Fact: Five Seasons of Open-Air Parenting

"If you combined the lyricism of Annie Dillard, the vision of Aldo Leopold, and the gentle but tough-minded optimism of Frank McCourt, you might come close to Amy Lou Jenkins.Tom Bissell author of The Father of All Things 

"Sentence by sentence, a joy to read."   Phillip Lopate, Author of Waterfront

Follow AmyLouToYou on Twitter

 
 
 

Anthologies online participates in various affiliate programs and most links to books and products in articles/anthologies/author or any page offer some referral payment, pay for click or other reimbursement. The payment is generally pennies per click or purchase. Anthologies online also runs paid ads.The Anthologiesonline web site and newsletter are provided on an "as is" basis without any warranties of any kind and disclaim all warranties, including the warranty of merchantability, non-infringement of third parties' rights, and the warranty of fitness for particular purpose. No person or organization makes any warranties about the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or timeliness of the material, services, software text, graphics and links.  Any communication is generally considered to be nonconfidential. See Privacy Policy.

 

Writers Wanted

Call for Submissions

Writer's Markets

When the publishing world revs up, don't fall behind.

 

   



Narrative is looking for short stories, short

   

 shorts, essays, memoirs, photo essays, graphic stories, all forms of literary nonfiction, one-act plays, and excerpts from longer works of both fiction and nonfiction.

The one criterion is excellence.

Prior winners and finalists in Narrative contests have gone on to win other contests and to be published in prize collections, including the Pushcart Prize, Best New Stories from the South, an Atlantic prize, and others. View some recent awards won by our writers.

Contest Deadline: November 30.

All entries will be considered for publication.
 

  • $3,250 First Prize
  • $1,500 Second Prize
  • $750 Third Prize
  • Ten finalists receive $100 each.
  • See the Contest Guidelines.

    Read works by previous winners here.
     

     

     

    FRONT RANGE

     

    For guidelines, see www.frontrange.edu/frontrangereview

     

    Seeking literary short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction

    Reading period is August 15-December 1. Send all correspondence to:

    Blair Oliver, Faculty Advisor

    Front Range Review, FRCC

    4616 S. Shields

    FT. Collins, CO 80526.

     

    Significant Letters: Messages from the Sidelines of the Transgender Community

    This is an anthology written by and for the loved ones and significant others of adult transgender people. The focus of this anthology is the true, personal stories and experiences of those who are in close relationships with transgender and gender transitioning people.  We are accepting letters, stories, poetry, and black-and-white art, photography, and comic strips.  For submission guidelines, contributor benefits, and contact info, visit AtFirstGlancePublishing.com.

    Deadline: December 31, 2011

     

     

     

     

    Blueline, A Literary Magazine Dedicated to the Spirit of the Adirondacks seeks poems and stories relating to the Adirondacks and regions similar in geography and spirit, focusing on the shaping influence of nature.

    Details: http://www2.potsdam.edu/blueline/blue.html

    Also seeking essays that interpret the literature and/or contemporary culture of the Adirondack region or surrounding areas, including New York State, New England, or eastern Canada. The editors especially welcome ecocritical essays or non-fictional short memoirs based in the region’s literature. Submission period is September through November 30. Decisions in mid-February. Payment in copies. Submissions must not have been previously published. Simultaneous submissions are considered as long as they announced as such. Send manuscripts to The Editor, Blueline, 125 Morey Hall, Department of English and Communication, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY 13676. Blueline welcomes electronic submissions, either in the body of an e-mail message or in Word or html formatted files. Mail to: blueline@potsdam.edu

     

    The Iowa Review

    Details:  http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview

    Only welcomes unsolicited submissions during September, October, and November. Pays: $25/first page and $15/each additional page, "whether of poetry or prose."

     

    Details: http://www.saturdaywriters.org/contest.htm



    Call for Fiction

     

    Valparaiso Fiction Review (VFR) is now accepting submissions of original short fiction for the Spring 2012 issue, scheduled for
    publication in May. The editors of VFR seek unpublished work from new, emerging, and established writers of fiction.

    Authors are encouraged to visit VFR and follow the guidelines for submission:

    http://scholar.valpo.edu/vfr

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     




     
    Call for Submissions: Kweli Journal



    Finally a smart and well curated literary space for writers of color that encourages experimentation. A place to commune. A place to read new contemporary voices that deserve our attention. Bravo!
    Angie Cruz, author of Soledad and Let It Rain Coffee, a finalist for the Impac Dublin Award in 2007.

    Kweli has featured the prose of Jeffery Renard Allen, Angie Cruz, Victor LaValle and Nelly Rosario, . . . the poetry of Santee Frazier, Lorna Goodison and John Murillo, . . . and photo essays by Thomas Sayers Ellis, Rachel Eliza Griffiths and Emily Raboteau.

    Upcoming issues will feature Jennine Capo Crucet, Camille Dungy, Amaud Johnson and Aaron Michael Morales.

    Add your voice. Share your visions. Join us.

    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
    Deadline: September 16, 2011

    Submit your work to:

    http://kwelijournal.submishmas

    Visit http://www.kwelijournal.org for details.

    Payment is upon publication.




     

    The Ledge 2011 Poetry Chapbook Competition



    Details: htttp://www.theledgemagazine.com/print%202009%20Poetry%20Chapbook%20guidelines.html


    PRIZE: Winning poet will receive a $1,000 cash award and 25 copies of the published chapbook.

    SUBMIT: 16-28 pages of original poetry with title page, biographical note and acknowledgements, if any. Please include your name, mailing address, email address, and phone number (optional). Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but we ask that you notify us if your manuscript is accepted elsewhere. Poets may enter more than one manuscript.

    ENTRY FEE: $18. All entrants will receive a copy of the winning chapbook upon its publication in the fall of 2011.

    NO RESTRICTIONS on form or content. The Ledge Press is open to all styles and forms of poetry. Excellence is the only criterion.

    PLEASE include a SASE for the competition results or manuscript return. The winner will be announced in April 2011.

    POSTMARK DEADLINE: October 31, 2011.

    SEND ENTRIES TO:

    The Ledge 2010 Poetry Chapbook Competition,
    40 Maple Ave.,
    Bellport, NY 11713
     


    Pebble Lake Review Open for Submissions

     

    Details: http://www.pebblelakereview.com/

     

    Pebble Lake Review is interested in poetry, fiction, and book reviews/interviews of high quality and serious intent. We regularly print work by both well-known and emerging writers. We recommend potential contributors read the magazine before submitting.

    How to Submit: Please note that our submission deadline has changed. PLR will only accept submissions September 1 to February 1 each year. We will also only accept submissions via email. We apologize for any inconvenience.

    All submission must include a cover letter listing name, address, email, and brief bio. Work must be sent in an attached Word or RTF file or pasted into the body of the email. We will accept simultaneous submissions (if noted), no previously published material, no multiple submissions. Submissions that do not follow these guidelines will be returned unread. Response time is typically 3-4 months.

    Poetry: Send a maximum of 5 poems care of Amanda Auchter, Editor, following the general guidelines above. Send poems to submissions@pebblelakereview.com, either as a Word or RTF attachment or pasted into the body of the email. All poems should appear in one attachment. Please do not send: greeting card verse, amateur/children’s poetry, or erotica.

    Fiction/Nonfiction: Submissions will only be accepted via emailed query/solicitation. Send queries to submissions@pebblelakereview.com, as Word or RTF attachment only.

    Interviews/Reviews: Query before sending interviews. We review books/chapbooks of poetry and short story collections. Please send one copy (no manuscripts) to address below. Include SASE, cover letter, and optional press kit. Materials are not returned. If submitting a review, send complete manuscript (500-750 words), and cover letter listing publication credits, to submissions@pebblelakereview.com. Note that not all books/chapbooks are selected for review.

    Payment/Terms: Acquires one-time online rights. Rights revert to author upon publication. We request that Pebble Lake Review be cited upon all subsequent publications, including book/anthology publication.
     

    CAVANKERRY press

     

    Seeks short poetry and prose for the Waiting Room Reader: Stories to Keep You Company, Volume II, a collection of narrative/lyrical pieces designed to help reduce the stress experienced by those waiting for medical care. Focus should be positive and center on life's gifts or humor and needn't be related to health or the medical experience. Submit up to 5 pieces, none longer than 1-2 pages (double spaced for prose). Refer to the current edition (www.cavankerrypress.org, click LaurelBooks, click WRR) for sample themes. Work should be unpublished or if already published, writers whose work is selected will be asked to secure permissions for its use. E-mail submissions only by October 15 to joan@cavankerrypress.org and include WRR in subject line.

     

    Contests: So To Speak, Feminist Journal



    Details: http://www.gmu.edu/org/sts/contests.php

    Winners in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction are awarded $500, 2 complementary issues, and publication in the journal. The three finalists are also featured in the journal. All contest entrants receive a free issue! Use the online submission manager.

     

    Deadline: October 15, 2011

     


    ARS MEDICA: A Journal of Medicine, the Arts and Humanities

    Details: www.ars-medica.ca.

    International literary magazine exploring illness,  the body, healing, and the culture of medicine accepting submissions.. Fiction, creative nonfiction, memoir, and art-work are preferred.

    The Baltimore Review

    Details: http://baltimorereview.org/

    Publishes poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction from around the nation and the world. Traditional and experimental forms are welcome.

    Length for prose: 6,000 words maximum. For poetry: Submit between 1-4 poems. No previously published work. Payment is in copies.

    We also accept art and photography submissions with a Baltimore theme. Send copies only, as well as a cover letter telling us about yourself and your work.

    Submissions are read year-round. Our editorial staff is composed of volunteers, so please allow up to 6 months for a response. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but notify us immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere.

    IMPORTANT: We accept regular submissions for publication via our online submissions system ONLY. Please do not send regular submissions via postal mail , as they will be returned unread.

    OPTIONS ARE CONTEST ENTRIESWHICH MUST BE SENT VIA POSTAL MAIL (see below).

    Please access our online submissions system at www.baltimorereview.org/submissions. 

    We sponsor three annual writing competitions:

    Creative Nonfiction Competition (January 1st - April 1st)
    Poetry Competition (April 1st - July 1st)
    Short Fiction Competition (August 1st - December 1st)

    See our contests page for information about our current contest. Contest entries are accepted through postal mail only. No email contest entries will be accepted.
     

    We look forward to the opportunity to review your work. Please read through a sample issue of the journal to get a sense of the kind of work we publish.

     

     

    MYTHIUM: A Journal Of Contemporary Literature Celebrating Writers Of Color And The Cultural Voice

     

    Seeking  poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction submissions for spring 2010 issue

    See www.mythiumlitmag.com for full submission guidelines

     

     
     Get Instant Access to Hundreds of Work-at-Home Jobs

    Want exclusive access to the hottest freelance jobs online today? Signing up for trial membership of Go Freelance gives you access to cool projects like these:

    Fire your boss and set your work-at-home career off to a cracking start. Click here to get instant access for just $7.00.


    FOURTEENTH ANNUAL ZOETROPE: ALL-STORY SHORT FICTION CONTEST

    Details: http://www.all-story.com/contests.cgi
    Guest Judge: Andrew Sean Greer
    First prize: $1,000
    Second prize: $500
    Third prize: $250
    The three prizewinners and seven honorable mentions will be considered for representation by the William Morris Agency, ICM, Regal Literary, the Elaine Markson Literary Agency, Inkwell Management, Sterling Lord Literistic, and the Georges Borchardt Literary Agency.
    The deadline is October 1, 2010. Results will be announced at the website December 15, 2010, and in the Spring 2011 issue of Zoetrope: All-Story; and the winning story will be published as a special online supplement to that Spring 2011 issue.
    Complete Contest Guidelines:
    We accept all genres of literary fiction. Entries must be: unpublished; strictly 5,000 words or less; and accompanied by a $15 entry fee per story. There are no formatting restrictions; please ensure only that the story is legible.
    We welcome multiple entries ($15/story) and entries from outside the U.S. We will e-mail contest updates to anyone who provides an active e-mail address. Entrants retain all rights to their stories. Once a story is submitted, we cannot accept an updated draft. (However, an entrant is welcome to submit an updated draft as a new entry.) Entry fees will not be returned or adjusted.
    Entries must be complete by 11:59 P.M. PDT on October 1, 2010
    .

     

    The 2010 Third Coast Fiction & Poetry Contest 

    Details:http://www.thirdcoastmagazine.com/contests/

    Fiction Prize: $1,000 & Publication 
     

    Poetry Prize : $1,000 & Publication


     Guidelines

     

    1. Submit one previously unpublished story of up to 9,000 words or three (3) previously unpublished poems with a $15 reading fee payable to Third Coast.  Please send each entry separately and clearly mark whether it is a poetry or fiction entry. 
     

    Send entries and reading fee to:

    Third Coast 2010 Fiction or Poetry Contest

    Department of English

    Western Michigan University

    Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5331

     

    2. Each $15 entry fee entitles entrant to a 1-year subscription to Third Coast, an extension of an existing subscription, or a gift subscription. Please indicate your choice and enclose a complete address for subscription.

    3. All manuscripts should be typed (fiction entries should be double-spaced), and accompanied by a cover letter with the author's name, contact information (address, telephone, and email address), and entry title(s). Please include entry title(s) and page numbers on all manuscript pages.  The author’s name and  identifying information should only appear on the cover letter; identifying information must not appear anywhere on the manuscript itself.

    4. Simultaneous submissions are permitted; if accepted elsewhere, we ask that they be withdrawn from the contest immediately. If a poem or story is chosen as a finalist, Third Coast requires that it be withdrawn from any other publication considerations until the winner is selected. If the poem or story is scheduled to be published elsewhere before September 2010, please do not submit it.

    5. Winners will be announced in February 2011  All contest entries will be considered for regular inclusion in Third Coast.

    6. Writers associated with the judges or Third Coast are not eligible to submit work to the contest.
     

    7. No money will be refunded. Submissions will not be returned; send SASE for results only.

     
     

    12TH ANNUAL NEW CRITERION POETRY PRIZE
     

    New Criterion Poetry Prize for a book-length manuscript of poems that pay close attention to form.Winner receives $3,000 and winning manuscript will be published by St. Augustine's Press. Judges = Roger Kimball, David Mason and David Yezzi. Entry fee = $25 by certified
    check or money order. Entry fee must accompany each entry. No personal checks. Winners announced Feb. 2012. Manuscripts not returned. Entries
    must be postmarked by Sept. 30th.
    Mail manuscripts to:
    The New Criterion Poetry Prize
    900 Broadway, Suite 602
    New York, NY 10003
    http://www.newcriterion.com/bookstore.cfm?mode=poetry
    Deadline: postmark deadline Sept. 30, 2011

     

    Jeffrey E. Smith Editors' Prize

    Details: http://www.missourireview.com/contest/


    Now in its 21th year, the Jeffrey E. Smith Editors' Prize awards over $15,000 annually in Fiction, Poetry, and Nonfiction.  But that's not all: winners are featured in the spring issue of The Missouri Review and flown to Columbia (MO!) for a gala reading and reception.  Three runners-up in each category receive cash prizes and are considered for publication.

    Deadline: Oct. 1, 2011


    The Missouri Review holds two annual contests, the Jeffrey E. Smith Editors' Prize in Fiction, Essay and Poetry, and the recently instituted Audio Competition.


    Call for Submissions

    Conte, an online journal of narrative writing, announces an open call for poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.  We welcome submissions from emerging writers as well as established voices. Direct queries to poetry@conteonline.net Deadlines, submission guidelines, and past issues available at www.conteonline.net.



                                          Briar Cliff Review

    Details:http://www.briarcliff.edu/campus/bc_review/submission_guidelines.aspx

    Seeks quality poetry, fiction, humor/satire, Siouxland history, thoughtful nonfiction, book reviews and art: line drawings, photos (clear b&w), woodcuts, computer graphics and other camera-ready b&w art work. Past issues have included contributors such as Pushcart Prize winner Josip Novakovich, New Yorker’s Bill Franzen, Carol Bly, Jenna Blum, James Doyle, Patrick Hicks, Michael Carey, Diane Glancy, Gaylord Brewer, Connie Wanek, Vivian Shipley, Sandra Adelmund, Diane Frank, Lee Ann Roripaugh, Margaret J. Hoehn, and Mary Crow.

    Manuscripts submission period should open up this month.

     

    Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment

    “Notes from the Field” Contest



    Details:
    www.flyway.org

     
    Do questions of environment play a role in your writing?
    Have you discovered hidden or submerged evidence of the natural world in
    cityscapes and urban landscapes?  
    Do you find yourself writing short stories and personal essays that have
    a focus on place, landscape, and the environmental imagination?   This may be your market.



                           


     

    ADS

    It takes something special to Write, Create & Promote a Best Selling Ebook in 30 Days! Learn how to profit from your writing!
    Order now for only $12.95 to turn your book into a best-seller today PLUS receive a bonus second ebook free! This is a limited time offer, so don't delay. (offer may be revoked at any time)

    Become a successful travel writer: Discover how to travel the world and stay in the finest hotels free - and get paid to go.


    See August Edition of Writers Wanted