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Visit www.mslexia.co.uk for listings updated weeklyListingsThenewbooks magazine for readers and reading groups100 pages of reader reviews, author articles features & extracts -your quarterly fix on the world of books.Subscribe to nb magazine by 31st May and quote MSL for 15% offPlus FREE* books every issue and online with our nb and nudge Recommended Readswww.nudge-book.com/shopIN ASSOCIATION WITH*P&P charge applies nudge-book.com58 Mar/Apr/May 2017 mslexiayear. www.arcpoetry.caand reviews of recently published books and anthologies. All submissions should be previously unpublished and no simultaneous submissions please. Up to six poems per poet. ‘Tears in the Fence’, Portman Lodge, Durweston, Blandford Forum, Dorset DT11 0QA. tearsinthefence@gmail.com www.tearsinthefence.comBrittle Star welcomes submissions of unpublished, original poetry(of up to four poems) and short fiction (one to two stories of upto 2,000 words). Please includea short biography of up to 40 words. Submissions by post only. Simultaneous submissions are not accepted. Brittle Star, 97 Benefield Road, Oundle, PeterboroughPE8 4EU. www.brittlestar.org.ukPlanet is an established publication that covers the arts, culture and politics in Wales and beyond, which welcomes submissions of short fiction of 1,500-2,500 words and between 4-6 poems. Payment: £45 per 1,000 words of prose, £30 per poem. Payment for work published in their online offshoot Planet Extra is £25 for pieces between 600- 1000 words. Proposals for articles and reviews are also welcome. Postal and emailed entries are considered. Editor, Planet, PO Box 44, Aberystwyth, CeredigionSY23 3ZZ. 01970 611 255. submissions@planetmagazine.org.uk www.planetmagazine.org.ukPeepal Tree Press is the world’s leading publisher of Caribbean and Black British writing. See the website for full submission details. www.peepaltreepress.comBookouture is a publishing imprint looking for submissions of entertaining fiction in a variety of genres targeted at smart, modern women. Asks for full manuscripts and a short pitch of up to 200 words, and aims to respond to submissions within two months. www.bookouture.comAmbit is a prestigious writing journal with an open submissions policy. Asks that submitters acquaint themselves with Ambit before submitting to see if their workis in keeping with the journal’s overall aesthetic. All work shouldbe previously unpublished, which includes personal blogs. Accepts submissions of 3-6 poems, orone story of up to 5,000 words. Flash fiction below 1,000 wordsis especially appreciated. Ambit, Staithe House, Main Road, Brancaster Staithe, NorfolkPE31 8BP. www.ambitmagazine.co.ukThe Dublin Review is a quarterly magazine of fiction, reportage, essays, memoir and criticism, and is open to submissions of previously unpublished fiction and non-fiction. Please include an email address for a response. The Editor, The Dublin Review, PO Box 7948, Dublin 1, Republic of Ireland. submissions@thedublinreview.com www.thedublinreview.comClosing date: May 31Under the Radar is a flagship literary magazine from Nine Arches Press that publishes a lively mix of new writing from up-and-coming and established writers. Accepts up to six poems and up to 3,000 words of fiction. www.ninearchespress.com 1-30 JuneMilk Journal is a biannual literary magazine welcoming submissions for their summer issue. Theyseek poetry, fiction, non-fiction, reviews, sports writing and visual art that pushes boundaries and introduces new perspectives. They especially enjoy work pertaining to gender and feminist issues. milkjournalofficial@gmail.com www.milkjournal.netClosing date: 30 JuneMother’s Milk Books is seeking submissions of short stories for their next in the series of The Forgotten and the Fantastical – a book of dark fairy tales for an adult audience. Writers receive payment, a book and a chance to read at the launch. www.mothersmilkbooks.com Closing date: 31 AugustBacklash Press is an independent publisher seeking submissionsof poetry and prose (flash, short stories, novellas, novels). Dedicated to releasing work that challenges convention, Backlash aims to pioneer and nurture innovative writers. Submission window is open to all, any genre: literary fiction, poetry, literary fantasy, literary science fiction, but please only send completed work and follow the submission guidelines on their website. Authors are paid generous royalties, PR, professional edit and free copies of their book. www.backlashpress.comNew Welsh Review is the centreof the Welsh literary scene, which engages with critical debate and offers a platform for the best innew fiction, creative non-fictionand poetry. Currently accepting:up to six previously unpublished poems; feature proposals of up 300 words. Pays on publication: £28 for each poem. See the website for details of submissions for online publication. The Editor, PO Box 170, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 1WZ. submissions@newwelshreview. com; www.newwelshreview.comThe Rialto is a prestigious poetry magazine seeking submissions. Submit up to six previously unpublished poems either via the website or by post. Please enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope with enough postage for your poems to be returned. The Editor, The Rialto, PO Box 309, Aylsham, Norwich NR11 6LN. www.therialto.co.ukTears in Fence is an independent literary journal publishing poetry, prose, translations, reviews and essays from international writers. Accepts poetry of any length, long, short and flash fiction, and essays


































































































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