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All printable media are welcome and submitters will be made anonymous to protect their identities. Bald Woman is looking for poetry, short stories, essays, art and photo submissions from people who are trans, non-binary, genderfuid, agender, bigender or don’t know how they identify yet.

Submit your stories (500-1000 words) by October 22, 2017.

The non-profit fanzine will focus on issues of waste in the fashion industry, which echoes the organization’s firm belief “in a fashion industry that values people, the environment, creativity and profit in equal measure.” Written submissions and other forms must be submitted by July 8, 2017. People who are also marginalized due to race, disability, class, gender, sexuality and age are encouraged to submit to Call for Entries: queer indigenous girl queer indigenous girl is a zine by and for black, indigenous, people of color (BIPo C) who are queer, trans, 2-spirit, non-binary, disabled, neurodivergent and chronically ill.

A young female artist named Tess, who has PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), is looking to create a zine collection featuring work by other women with PTSD and related mental illnesses. Mentorship for youth of colour in Canada Award-winning writer Vivek Shraya has launched a new mentorship program for an Indigenous or Black writer, or artist of colour, which will include writing support, assistance with the publication process, as well as a publishing contract with Arsenal Pulp Press & VS. QIG is now accepting submissions including art, poetry, photography, comics, short essays & fiction, etc. Call for Submissions: Cliterature Feminism Issue The last issue of Cliterature was themed around patriarchy, so it makes sense that this next issue, deadline May 30. Call for entries: Hourglass International Writing Contest Hourglass Literary MAgazine is accepting poems, essays, and short stories for its yearly contest.

Call for Submissions: Sorry, a zine It’s hard to accept that there are some apologies that will never come.

A new zine, Sorry, is looking for submissions of prose, stories, letters, illustrations and other mediums that explore the concept of apologies from those who will not or cannot do so.