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Call for Submissions: New Edited Book on Art Therapy and the LGBTQ Community

Hello Art Therapists!

I am excited to announce that our edited book, Complicated Grief, Attachment and Art Therapy: Theory, Treatment and 14 Ready-to-Use Protocols, is now available for pre-order on Amazon, with Jessica Kingsley Publishers, and other online venues where books are sold. 369 more words


Submission Call for Incandescent Mind: Selfish Issue

Incandescent Mind is opening submissions for selfish work. We want you to write poems, letters, reflections, postcards, etc. addressed to your younger self, current self, or future self. 396 more words


Granta: The Canadian Issue

Granta is celebrating Canada with issue editor Madeleine Thien. Submissions until Feb 6, 2017.


Madeleine Thien

The Quilliad Press's Second Annual Chapbook Call

Today begins our second annual chapbook call!

We’re looking for 10-20 pages of poetry and/or flash fiction from a Canadian writer who has never had a chapbook or full-length book published (self-published authors are exempt from this restriction, as this restriction is in place to allow emerging writers without publisher representation an opportunity to become a more active part of the Canadian literary scene). 82 more words


Calling All Romance Writers

Hello Space Cadets, how are you on this fine Tuesday?  I’m doing great, busy but finally back to doing what I do best… procrastinating!  Seriously. Once I get a few blogs pre-written and edited, I get to dive back into the mayhem of the Legion’s quest to rid the New Order from… 175 more words


Sub call

Hey there,

A couple of my colleagues are actively acquiring manuscripts at the moment.

Janna Bonikowski with the Knight Agency is open to queries, especially romance and women’s fiction. 67 more words

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Kidnapped! The Death's Garden Revisited Submissions Call

The Death’s Garden Revisited call for submissions

by Loren Rhoads

Twenty years ago, I was given a box of miscellaneous cemetery photos. They had been taken by my best friend’s husband over the course of his travels around the Americas. 516 more words