We’re seeking applications for readers for our Quick and Dirty reading events in 2017! There will be 4 events over the year, each with it’s own theme. If you’d like to read your work at one of these events, please fill out a survey here.
Seeking Submissions Articles
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – GEORGE TOWN LITERARY FESTIVAL SA Writers Centre is partnering with the George Town Literary Festival, in Penang, Malaysia, to include an established South Australian writer on the 2016 GLTF festival program. This opportunity is open to all current SA Writers Centre members (as at 30 March […]
Bourne: A Magazine for Literature of Ideas is seeking manuscripts for its inaugural issue. They publish fiction, poetry, drama, scholarly non-fiction, book reviews and interviews. They seek literary works that explore philosophical, psychological, sociological and scientific themes and ideas. Modest honoraria are paid for accepted pieces. Please visit here for […]
Ongoing Pure Slush is looking for travel stories: fiction or non-fiction, your story should include travel in some way – on the bus somewhere, local or international, in your mind, your own experience or someone else’s – and be no longer than 1000 words. Details here.
Ongoing Tongues is an online, multilingual magazine launching in April. Supported by the 2013 Express Media Young Writers Innovation Prize, we aim to publish content in as many different languages as possible, on topics including travel, arts reviews, language learning, culture, memoir and linguistics. We’re looking for contributors for the […]
Ongoing The Australian Journal of Crime Fiction is a new quarterly online journal calling for scholarly and critical studies of works that fall within, or challenge the conventions of, the crime fiction genre. Works examined do not have to be Australian. Appropriate submissions include articles up to 5000 words, reviews […]
30 June From 1–30 June, 2014, Jonathan Cape will be open for fiction submissions from new writers of high calibre and imagination. Submissions should be an initial 50 pages of prose fiction. These can be part of a novel or novella, or short stories. The pages can be finished work […]
Melbourne Books AWAW (Award Winning Australian Writing) Anthology Mid May Next up on Melbourne Books’s literary agenda is the main AWAW anthology, which they won’t revisit officially until August. However, as always, they’ll gladly receive pieces sent in for consideration at any time. Submission guidelines can be found on the […]