Saturday, July 24, 2010

Submissions Calendar...

Here are a couple of outlets to speak through. Follow the links; mark your diary; write the stories; send them in. Wait for a response...hmmm, that waiting we all do not like. All the best!

Sentinel Nigeria now accepts entries in the following genres; Poetry, Prose, Drama, Essays and Reviews and Graphic Arts. Send submissions via email to:

Together with a 100 word bio and a compressed Jpeg format photo of you. Full details of this call will be found at

More information contact: Richard U. Ali: 
Editor-in-Chief, Sentinel Nigeria Magazine
Bwari Village
Abuja, Nigeria

Open Wide Magazine
Now taking submissions of poetry and fiction for issue twenty-four! See website for submission guidelines - and click on 'connect'.

Wanted - your books for review. If you have recently had a work published and would like one of our team to review it, then please get in touch. Email and tell us about your book and yourself. 

Saraba Mag

Send your work in an attachment in any of our three major categories: Fiction, Poetry and Non-Fiction. Send no more than one work at a time, and wait for our response before you send another. Word count for fiction works is 5,000, except for our annual story issue. We’d accept no more than 3 poems at a time. For Non-fiction, we expect a broad range of new creative writing, including short memoirs, interviews, reviews, creative non-fiction, creative journalism, etc. Word count for this is 2,500.

We are also open to digital art including photographs, illustrations, paintings and so forth. Please send in high resolution jpeg files (not larger than 4 MB).

Please send alongside a bio of not more than 50 words (in third person)

Although we strive to highlight the talent and hard work of contributors, please note that we cannot afford to pay contributors.

Send your entries to the following addresses: (Poetry) (Fiction) (Non-Fiction and Digital Art)
Entries sent to any other of our addresses would not be considered. 
Queries can be sent to or

More information here

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