Fiction Market

Open Call for Manuscript Submissions – Vee Press

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Call for contributions - Spindle, An Online Journal

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About Spindle

The POC Review

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*The POC Review,* a new online magazine of Philippine literature, is now
accepting submissions. We will publish short fiction, creative nonfiction,
and criticism in English.

*Fiction* in any genre is welcome as long as it is compelling and

Asia Literary Review

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Asia Literary Review publishes fiction, non-fiction, reportage, memoir, travel writing, literary essays, humour, documentary and themed photographic essays, photography, art and poetry from and about Asia.



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July 19, 2008

    Sustaining its efforts to promote Caviteño literature and encourage the participation of Caviteño writers, readers and observers, the Cavite Young Writers Association is now accepting contributions for the second volume of its literary journal, Paliparan.

Ladino (Filipino Literary Weekly)

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Ladino primarily accepts short fiction though we’re also open to one-shot comic submissions and poetry collections for our special issues. Please note, however, that Ladino is a two-page publication, printed on A4 paper (double-sided print, folded to A5), so we will naturally have space constraints.

If you are interested in submitting to Ladino, please observe the following guidelines:

1. Stories in Filipino and/or English are accepted.

2. Maximum number of words per story is 3000 (2500 is ideal).

Pinoy Penster Community

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-All kinds of literature written in any dialect is welcome


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kinked is a collaborative writing challenge. A challenge is posted every Thursday. Participants have to finish writing their responses to the challenge the Thursday after (whereupon a new challenge is posted, and so it goes).

Philippine Genre Stories

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We are looking for a few good stories.

Ones that catch a reader’s attention and captivate them so much that they lose sense of time and place in the real world because you, the writer, have drawn them to other times and places, ones of your own creation.

Philippines Free Press

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Dean Alfar announces that Sarge Lacuesta is the new Philippines Free Press' new literary editor and tells us how and what to submit:

The Philippines Free Press has a new literary editor, Sarge Lacuesta, and he's asked me to tell you that he's looking for kick-ass short stories. If you have well-written fiction, send it to him for consideration.

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