Call for Submissions: Klorofyl Magazine (Lifestyle Edition)

Deadline: 10 May 2011

Topics are open to discussion. What do YOU like to read about?

Sports: Your favourite. Football, Tennis, Basket Ball, Quidditch? Tell us something we don’t already know.

Music: Review albums of your best artistes, introduce us to a little-known genre, artiste, dance.

Books: Your favourite books, tell us why. Ditto, favourite authors. Quotes you’ll never forget. What book changed your life and how?

Icons: Political, Entertainment.

Food: Recipes. Local Cuisine, Great restaurants/bukas in your neighbourhood

Movies: Which ones are you seeing? Which ones do you eagerly anticipate? Which ones won’t you be seeing? Why? Your top ten of all time? Why?

Hobbies: Can you play the clarinet while riding on horseback? Tell us!

Gear/Gadgetry: Review gadgets. The soon-to-be-released iPhone 5. Why you use a Motorola. Fly Like A G-6…What a G-6 is. Why you won’t be buying an iPad. Android OS For Dummies: Write it!

Love: Your take on it. How to get over heartbreak. How NOT to get over heartbreak.

Make-up, Beauty, Fashion: What’s trending? What has out-stayed its welcome? How can I do my eyebrows without looking permanently startled?

Gist Me: About work, about night-life in your city, about college life and its idiosyncrasies.

And on and on. Basically, everything is up for grabs. As long as it’s witty, fun, informative and clean, it stands a chance.

Submissions to Please include “Lifestyle” in the subject. Submission deadline: May 10, 2011.

So go ahead. Write It. Submit It. You know you want to.

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Call for Submissions: “The Habitat Issue” of Klorofyl, an Online Literary and Art Magazine

Deadline: 10 May 2011

habitat_ abode. domain. mileu. home. environs. haunt. locale. habitation. neighbourhood. domicile. household. environment. realm. territory. ambit. residence. dwelling. How would you interpret the theme ‘Habitat’? Is a Habitat home, or your country? Does it invoke images of exotic species in the wild? Do you think of it as Africa, or the comfort of friendship?

Klorofyl, an online literary, graphic and lifestyle magazine, welcomes submissions towards its second Issue: The Habitat issue

Let’s have all of it: poetry, photography, digital art, short stories, prose, opinion. Throw in comics, musings, quotes, doodles … Features are welcome as well, but do send in a proposal first. What does the theme say to you? Let’s hear it.

You may, of course, also explore other themes apart from this issue’s for your writing and art. Entries must be received by May 10, 2011, and sent, by attachment, to Send in a picture and short bio (that gives your age and current location, and what you currently do), as well. Shortlisted contributors will be contacted by our editors.

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Call For Submissions: Young Writers Issue of Sable LitMag

We invite young writers of colour from all over the world to submit work from all genres and styles, for our Young Writers issue of Sable, including Fiction, poetry, memoir and essays written by writers between the ages of 16-25.

The editor for this issue is Warsan Shire, a 22 year old writer and poet based in London. Her poetry has been translated into Italian and Somali. She has performed internationally in North America, South Africa and all over Europe. Her first collection Teaching mother how to give birth is soon to be published with Flipped Eye. Her work will appear in the forthcoming Black British edition of Wasafiri magazine.

Final extended Deadline for submissions – Friday 3 December 2010.

· All work submitted must include a short bio (maximum of 150 words) and a High resolution photograph.
· Work submitted must be attached in the email and not found in the body of the email.
· ALL work must be labelled clearly with your full name and the title of work.
· Work must not exceed the word limit.
· All work must be in this format or will not be accepted
· Times new roman font
· size 12 font
· double spaced
· Your full name must be on each page of your work (Header or footer)

Short stories, extracts from a novel or flash fiction.
Other styles within fiction also welcome.
Length- 2500 words

In Translation
All veteran and budding translators or writers who produce work in their native language and in English, (fiction or poetry) should send translations and other information including a brief write up on author and translator. For translators, what qualities attracted you to the work? We will give ten pages to each writer featured to publish some of their best pieces along with a photo, biography and any other images that illustrate their work. A sample of your work will also appear on the SABLE website in the future. In Translation submissions should follow the same guidelines for poetry and prose in both their chosen languages of submission and in English.

Memoirs of home, family, or country. Childhood memories, coming of age, change of life. Complete pieces or excerpts. Stimulating, exciting, informative, experimental. Any or all of these are welcome within your piece.

Length: 2500 words.

Travel Narratives
(Travel Narrative submission closed)

We are looking for contributions on historical, contemporary aspects and future projections of literature or culture. The work should reflect original thoughts.
Length: 2500 words

(Expressions submissions closed)
Length: 1000 words (flexible)

Classic Review
What’s in a classic? We’re seeking submissions of literary reviews for this review essay section of classic reviews. If you’ve read a body of work by a writer of colour that has moved you, we are interested in receiving a piece on it – even if they are not ‘famous’.

Sable Classic Reviews are opinionated, critical, and to the point. Poetry, fiction and Non-fiction are all acceptable. For completed pieces, we need you to supply titles of books featured, their ISBN’s and publisher details.
Length : 1000-1500 words

(Poetry/travel/ Expressions submissions closed)

Note: Please email if you would like to present something new and exciting in creative writing. If you are a photographer or artist who also writes, we welcome your work in the form of comic strips, anime, photo journalism etc.

All Submissions and queries should be sent by email to by Friday 3 December.