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A Dark and Stormy

Deadline: November 15

A Dark and Stormy encourages students to submit up to five pages of the darkest-fantastical creative writing, poetry, and art that they can come up with! Our goal is to encourage students to break out of the mundane world of writing and celebrate their love for the macabre. Submissions are being accepted at the following email: CHAPBOOKS@318journal.com. Learn more about our zine at our website: https://adarkandstormywebsite.wordpress.com

 

 

Telling Our Immigrant Stories

Deadline: Rolling

ARCHER is a nonprofit whose aim is to educate the public on how to become better advocates for human and equal rights. As part of ARCHER’s Executive Team, I wanted to make you aware of this opportunity for students to win a monetary award for their contribution. We are looking specifically for contributions from students who identify as members of a diaspora (not necessarily Romanian)–whether they are immigrants, migrants, refugees, asylum seekers, or second generation diaspora members. Their contributions must tell their immigrant story while also answering somehow ARCHER’s mission statement: Our mission is to empower the members of the diaspora to become active supporters and advocates of social justice and human rights in our communities. Beyond the award recognition, students can win prizes up to $200. For more information about this contest please email info@archercoalition.org.

 

News from Nowhere

Deadline: Rolling

Looking for poems and literary work for a new literary journal called News from Nowhere! Small honorarium. The theme is “unity leads to stability.” For questions, email Eli Winter, eliw97@gmail.com. For submissions, email jordan@american-dreams.zone.

 

Cosmic Writers

Deadline: Rolling

We are currently hiring undergraduates to design and teach virtual Word Camp workshops for Summer 2022. In order to apply, please email us at programs@cosmicwriters.org with a resumé/CV and cover letter that proposes a potential creative writing workshop targeting upper elementary (grades 3–5), middle (grades 6–8), or high school (grades 9–11) students.