Liminal x Writers SA

Writing Commissions & Editorial Mentorship 2022

*Submissions are now closed, view the published pieces here.*

We are thrilled to announce that Writers SA is collaborating with Liminal magazine!

We are welcoming fiction and non-fiction pitches from both emerging and established Asian-Australian writers who live in South Australia. Selected works responding to the theme of Haunt will be published online, in a collection of Asian-Australian excellence that sees Liminal’s first South Australian series, to be published in 2022.

Alongside these commissions, Liminal will facilitate a mentorship for two emerging editors, who will work with editors Cher Tan and Elizabeth Flux for hands-on experience editing our South Australian series. 

If your pitch is successful, the editorial mentorship and writing commissions will be remunerated.
For more information, please see below.

Liminal x Writers SA Writing Commissions 2022

Call For Fiction & Non-Fiction Pitches

Led by Cher Tan & Elizabeth Flux, alongside two emerging editors.

What spectres linger? What superstitions appear in the day to day? Whether it be ghosts of people or ideas, experiences that cause ripples through lives and generations, places you return to again and again, we want to hear what ‘haunt’ means to you.

The Liminal writing commissions call for fiction and non-fiction writers to send through a pitch of their best ideas. We are looking for work that touches on the theme of Haunt, in the broadest ways possible; you are welcome to take the theme and split it apart, interrogate it, or turn it inside out. We welcome work from both emerging and established Asian-Australian writers.

Writers will be paid $600 each, for their piece in the Liminal x Writers SA series.

Submit here

Liminal x Writers SA Editorial Mentorship

Call For Emerging Editors

Mentored by Cher Tan & Elizabeth Flux

The Liminal & Writers SA Editorial Mentorship invites emerging Asian-Australian editors based in South Australia to apply for an editorial mentorship. The mentorship will be conducted online, and involve working closely with Cher Tan (non-fiction) and Elizabeth Flux (fiction) to edit the Liminal x Writers SA series. Each selected mentee will learn how to edit and shape pieces for digital publication, as well as receive feedback and guidance throughout the entire editorial process.

Each emerging editor will be paid a stipend of $1600, which will support the upskilling and development of an emerging Asian-Australian editor based in South Australia.

Submit here




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