Creative Nonfiction Calls
December 9, 2014 § 1 Comment
Our good friends at Creative Nonfiction magazine and In Fact books have a few new calls out, and there may be a few you’ll want to answer. Here are the details and deadlines from their e-mail call, and a link to the submission website:
We’re seeking submissions for two new anthologies from In Fact Books, a special issue of CNF, and the Exploring the Boundaries section of the magazine.
Exploring the Boundaries (section of the magazine)
What to send: Ambitious writing that pushes against the conventional boundaries of the genre, plays with style and form, and makes its own rules.
Beyond Crazy (a book!)
What to send: Original stories that address–either directly or obliquely–the trials of living with mental illness.
Becoming a Teacher (another book!)
What to send: Stories by and/or about elementary and secondary school teachers, recalling and reflecting on the most salient moments of their careers.
The Weather (a special issue of CNF)
What’s on the line: $1,000 for best essay; $500 for runner-up; publication in CNF.
What to send: True stories–personal, historical, reported–about fog, drought, flooding, tornado-chasing, blizzards, hurricanes, hail the size of golfballs, or whatever’s happening where you are. We’re looking for well-crafted essays that will change the way we see the world around us.
More Information on all of these and more can be found here.