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Gaze is ‘interested in the intersection between seeing and being seen’. It needs submissions of prose, poetry or multimedia, in fact anything on topic. Interpret widely, treating ‘gaze’ as ‘less as a theme and more as an invitation’. An ongoing project takes an unusual approach, asking two people to spend a day in a special place writing and taking photos.

Submit by email, to:, with pdf or doc files: 3-6 poems, any length; up to ten pages of prose; audio/video/other experiments in a single file.

Include a brief third-0 or docx format.

Response time is reasonable. Payment is $10 for the first rights.


The New Southern Fugitives is a weekly zine publishing fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and visual art. The editorial team ‘strive to promote diversity, reach a broad audience, and cultivate the new Southern voice’.

Submissions are open for unpublished book reviews and essays, up to 1,000 words, prose and fiction, up to 2,000 words, up to five poems, and photography and visual art, up to three pieces. Submit through the website:

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Want to double your story sales? In this month's issue of Writing Magazine we tell you how to turn one idea into two stories. All writers need feedback on their work, and we explore how positive feedback will make you a better writer. Is horror dead? We look at the current state of horror publishing. This month's star interview is author Nikesh Shukla talking about the big issues: life, race and big ideas. Read 20 pages of news about competitions and opportunities to get into print, and there's £60,089 in writing prizes to be won.