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Call for contributions - Spindle, An Online Journal

by Alquanna ( | | | )

 

About Spindle


http://www.spindle.ph


spindle.ph@gmail.com

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.

 

PALIPARAN

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CAVITE YOUNG WRITERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

PRESS RELEASE
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.

cavyoung@gmail.com

Pinoy Penster Community

by johnrulz20032003 ( | | | )

-All kinds of literature written in any dialect is welcome

 

penster@penster.fyi.ph

Philippines Free Press

by noid ( | | )

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

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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.

21 Stars Review

by noid ( | | | )

Am not yet sure if they are paying or non-paying so I'm classifying them for the moment as non-paying - Dino.

21 Stars Review publishes new and established writers of poetry and prose, with a focus on new writers.

Likhaan: The Journal of Contemporary Philippine Literature

by noid ( | | | )

Butch Dalisay announces a new literary journal to be produced by the UP Institute of Creative Writing (ICW). Dalisay will be the editor of the inaugural issue. I'm quoting the submission guidelines from his Penman column/blog entry:

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Strange Horizons

by noid ( | | | )

Strange Horizons (www.strangehorizons.com) is a weekly web-based magazine of and about speculative fiction. The term "speculative fiction" refers to what is more commonly known as "sci-fi," but which properly embraces science fiction, fantasy, magic realism, slipstream, and a host of sub-genres.

http://www.strangehorizons.com/Guidelines.shtml

Blue Mountain Arts Greeting Cards

by noid ( | | )

Source:
http://www.writerfind.com/freelance_jobs/job778.htm

Posted to job board 15 May 2006:

Name: Jean

108 Magazine

by noid ( | | | )

http://www.108mag.com/submissions.htm

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