Writers Abroad (ahem, not Writer Abroad) is seeking entries from expat writers for its 2013 Anthology titled: Far-Flung and Foreign: People and Places. Deadline is July 31, 2013. Entries must be previously unpublished. There is no mention of payment but author retains copyright.
The Abroad Writers’ Conference, a summit of international authors and writers at various stages of their literary careers, will be held December 9-16, 2013 at Lismore Castle, Ireland.
Chicken Soup for the Soul Books is looking for stories related to traumatic brain injuries. They pay $200 plus 10 copies of the book. Author retains copyright.
The Fairy Tale Review is looking for poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, drama, scholarship, research, or artwork inspired by The Wonderful Wizard of Oz for its Emerald Issue. Submissions are due by August 1, 2013.
Random Penguin, anyone? The Big 6 publishers have become the Big 5. Are they losing what they stand for in the process? Do people even care who the publisher is anyone? Is this another reason to self-publish? Maybe this recent op-ed in the New York Times will help you decide.
Anyone else have something to share in the world of international writing?