Many writers never reach their goals because they don’t know what their goals are. More precisely, their goals are too vague.
In order to have quality goals, we really need to quantify what those goals are. That gives you clarity on your own vision for your writing career. With clarity, you can work toward a specific goal every day, meet your writing dreams, and ultimately live the author lifestyle.
To keep you on the right track and step closer to your goals, we’ve curated a list of three publishing opportunities with inspiring prompts for various genres.
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Who They Are: They are one of Western Canada’s longest-running literary magazines, and welcome submissions written in English from around the world. Each issue of EVENT includes high quality fiction, poetry, non-fiction and book reviews, and we feature emerging and established writers side-by-side in our pages.
What They’re Looking For: Fiction, poetry, non-fiction and book reviews.
What They Pay: $40/page for poetry and $35/page for prose, up to a maximum of $500.
Deadline: September 30th, 2021.
Who They Are: Twice a year, the magazine publishes issues that include poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and visual art. They value and emphasize relationships between the literary and visual arts, pairing the majority of the pieces we publish with original work from a variety of contributing visual artists.
What They’re Looking For: Poetry, fiction, nonfiction.
What They Pay: $50.
Deadline: October 1st, 2021. Submit early in the month to avoid fee.
Who They Are: Gordon Square Review is published online biannually to showcase emerging writers nationwide and internationally, award editing mentorships, and provide a venue to spotlight Northeast Ohio writers.
What They’re Looking For: Poetry and prose
What They Pay: $25 per prose piece and $10 per poem.
Deadline: October 1st, 2021.
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