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Submission Deadline: smoke + mold: TRXST NO1

TRXST NO1 (pronounced “trust no one”) a folio of Black + Trans/GNC Writing on the super-natural & para-normal. edited by jayy dodd & Casey Rocheteau call for submissions: The Black “normal” forms its own spectrum from fantastic to fearsome. Since the Black person & objectively the Black body has been read through OTHER normals, “supernatural” or parallel myths get (mis)read — consider then when calibrating a frequency to the Black paranormal? As we navigate the humanities we make & refuse every day what unexplainables keep us going. This issue addresses nature, the outside, the atmosphere as a site of Black paranormal activity. Are the ghosts trans? Are the demons cis? Are you certain the trees don’t all know each other & have intricate handshakes? Send…

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Submission Deadline: The Gravity of the Thing

Our Fall 2019 reading period is open until October 31st. The Gravity of the Thing accepts defamiliarized works in the following general categories: Short: tell us a story in 3,000 words or less; we are interested in fiction, creative nonfiction, self-contained excerpts, and genre-bending forms. Flash: a fiction, creative nonfiction, or genre-bending story under 500 words. Poetry: share up to three poems, prose poems, or multimedia works for a combined count of 500 words or less. Six Words: a story in six words; you may share up to five stories per submission, but only one will be chosen. Baring the Device: brief essays for our Baring the Device column; click here to learn more. [see The Gravity of the Thing’s website for more details]

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Application Deadline: Tin House Internships

Tin House periodically hires publicity and marketing, art, and editorial interns for the book division, as well as workshop interns for workshop division. Tin House internships are fixed-length, educational experiences. Interns are not entitled to or guaranteed employment upon the completion of the internship, but they are welcome to apply for open positions at any time. Tin House is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. To learn more about the specific internships available, click these links: Publicity and Marketing, Tin House Books [Deadline: 10/29] Design, Tin House Books [Deadline: 11/4] Editorial, Tin House Books [Deadline: 10/29] Workshop, Tin House Workshop [Deadline: 10/29] Learn more about the physical requirements and eligibility for all internships. To…

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Submission Deadline: Pathos: Fall 2019

This cutie has a tattoo on his left forearm that says “submit to pathos” but he’s a little too shy to show. Deadline extended to October 28th! Get that work in!! pathoslitmag.com & pathosliterarymag@gmail.com 😳 You must be a current student at Portland State University to be considered for publication. We are funded by PSU and serve as a creative outlet for its students. We are happy to point non-students toward local publishing resources, but cannot publish non-students at this time. Please only put your name and identifying info in the specified section of the form. All submissions are blind — only the managing editor will know the identity of the submitter until after selections have been made. This eliminates conflicts of interest and ensures a fair…

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Application Deadline: Tin House Craft Intensives

The Tin House Workshop is known for its lectures: brilliant, practical craft talks that hone our writerly chops and make us hungry to work. In this same spirit, Tin House is proud to announce our Portland Tin House Craft Intensives. A series of master classes led by favorite Tin House writers, the intensives combine close reading, discussion, and in-class writing to offer a potent dose of inspiration and explore what makes writing work when it works. Join us! Tin House will be offering two intensives that take place in November: Drawing from the Corners with T KIRA MADDEN Drawing from the Corners with T KIRA MADDEN Writing Place: Homelands in Literature with KALI FAJARDO-ANSTINE See their website for more details. T Kira Madden is an APIA…

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Submission Deadline: smoke + mold Issue 2

smoke + mold is an online journal of, broadly defined, nature focused prose by trans writers in reaction to ongoing crises of climate and culture. Work should be limited to 3000 words or less. Excerpts of longer work welcome, but should be able to stand on their own. Prose poems are welcome, but the journal really wants prose of fiction, nonfiction, and critical work. All writers receive $50 upon acceptance. See the website for greater detail of the kind of work their looking for. smoke + mold is also accepting issue proposals for 1-2 themed special issues revolving around a particular theme, issue, question, etc. to be selected, edited, and introduced by a guest editor. See the same link above for further info.

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Submission Deadline: Caldera Community Residency

This two-week December residency provides an opportunity for Camp Caldera staff, teaching artists, artists in residence, and year-round staff to revisit the community and warmth that is Caldera while enjoying time and space to work on personal projects and enjoy the outdoors. 2019 Dates: December 7–21, 2019. All residents must arrive on December 7 between noon and 5 p.m. and stay a minimum of one week (departing Dec 14) or maximum of two weeks (departing Dec 21 by 11 a.m.). Caldera provides a welcome dinner for all residents on Dec. 7 at 6 p.m. Residents will provide their own meals, materials, and transportation. This residency is open to all past and current Camp Caldera staff, teaching artists, artists in residence, and current year-round staff. This…

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