Zócalo Public Square

The Zócalo Public Square Poetry Prize  awards  U.S. poets whose work “evokes a connection to a place.” They are currently accepting submissions from now until Feb. 5, 2016. Eligible work must be previously unpublished and the author’s original work. The winner will be announced in March and the winning poet will receive a $500 reward as well as having their poem published on the Zócalo Public Square website. Submit up to 3 poems in a single word document with each poem including your name, phone number, address and email address. Works will only be accepted through online submission by emailing them to poetry(at)zocalopublicsquare(dot)org.

American Chordata

The deadline to appear in issue 3 of this new magazine has passed, but they accept submissions year round. So, it’s never too late to submit! American Chordata is looking for original fiction, nonfiction and poetry works. They have no formal word limits for submissions, but do ask for brave, emotional and illuminating work. Beyond written work, they also accept art and photography submissions. Please submit work you are really confident in to submissions(at)americanchordata(dot)com with the subject line reading: [Fiction/Nonfiction/Poetry/Art/Photography] Submission. All written works must be submitted in .doc, .docx, .rtf or .txt formats. Images are accepted in low resolution jpegs or links that lead to the work online.


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