Calling all writers aged 16-25: Get published!
If you're aged 16-25 and are looking for opportunities to put your writing out there – and gain publishing credits – then we’ve got just the ticket for you. Shorthand, Canada’s youth lit zine, is accepting submissions in all genres for inclusion. Poetry, short fiction, novel excerpts, scenes from plays, graphic stories, creative non-fiction: we want it all, and we’ll publish selected entries every month, picked by a peer youth editorial board. The deadline for the December issue is November 15th.
You will be published alongside established Canadian writers sharing their writing tips and career path, and active emerging writers from our celebrated mentoring program.
Shorthand is a project of Diaspora Dialogues, a charitable society working to foster a new literary scene for Canada, as rich and diverse as its population.
Submission is by email only, limited to 2,500 words, 3 poems or 1 short play, and must be sent alongside a completed submission form available on our website or by request.
Visit www.diasporadialogues.com/youthsite/zine to discover previous issues and full submission guidelines.
Fanny Martin, Program Manager, Diaspora Dialogues
416-944-1101 x 277
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