Issue Five Hundred Six

Apocalypse Party: Now Accepting Manuscript Submissions

A small press based out of Pennsylvania, Apocalypse Party says the following about the books they publish: “Our books wobble in the frame of reality and dissect the prism of surreality. These books tend to be difficult to categorize under one banner, but together they form a kaleidoscopic mirror of an increasingly bleak world. However,…

The Heartland Review: Now Seeking Submissions

The Heartland Review, an imprint of The Heartland Review Press, is an established print publisher of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. Since 2000, they’ve published two editions of their journal each year, in the spring and fall. Each issue showcases a wide range of forms and styles from both emerging and established authors. They even…

18 Fellowships & Other Paying Opportunities for Writers: February 2023

This list comprises opportunities for writers and journalists. Some are restricted by geography. A couple of the open calls have fast-approaching deadlines. Please check the eligibility and guidelines before applying. 2023 Highlights Foundation Scholarships All aspiring and published children’s authors and illustrators are invited to apply for the 2023 Highlights Foundation scholarships to their programs….

The First Draft: Love It or Hate It? Just Write It!

By Dawn Colclasure Some writers fear writing a first draft. The first draft is that blank page looming before them, daring the writer to compose a masterpiece. Feeling as though they must write a perfect first draft is just one of the roadblocks writers face when it comes to writing something new. It is also…

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