The /tƐmz/ Review

A literary journal based in London, Ontario.

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845 Press Ebooks

We are looking for innovative and inclusive novella- or novel-length fiction in the following categories/genres: Crime/Thriller (but no police procedurals or "cop-aganda") "Gentle" (OK, not yet an accepted genre although it should be: warm, inclusive, and low-stakes fiction) Horror Literature SFF (fantasy, sci-fi, and/or speculative) Romance/Erotica (character-driven with a strong narrative focus) ​We are especially interested in emerging authors. Because of the limitations of ebook publishing, we cannot accept manuscripts with unconventional formatting or with interior illustrations/graphics. Submit a synopsis, a sample chapter, and a cover letter that explains how/why your work is innovative and inclusive. Do not submit full manuscripts. Please submit a maximum of twice during each calendar year.

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Issue 13 Poetry Submissions

1-8 poems or prose poems. Deadline: Oct. 1, 2020

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Issue 13 Prose Submissions

Prose (fiction and creative non-fiction). Multiple short pieces (<1000 words) are OK; please submit only one longer piece. Deadline: Oct. 1, 2020

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Issue 12 Poetry Submissions

1-8 poems or prose poems. Deadline: July 1, 2020

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Issue 12 Prose Submissions

Prose (fiction and creative non-fiction). Multiple short pieces (<1000 words) are OK; please submit only one longer piece. Deadline: July 1, 2020

Closed to submissions

Pandemic Chapbooks 2 to Support Charitable Giving - Collusion Books Anthology

Open to COLLABORATIVE poetry related to this chapbook anthology's theme: future(s). Please submit only one poem per pair/group of collaborators. DEADLINE: June 30, 2020

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Pandemic Chapbooks 2 to Support Charitable Giving - 845 Press Anthology

Open to poetry that is related to this anthology's title: June 2020. Submissions can be related to the pandemic, the Black Lives Matter protests against racial discrimination, or any other significant current event. We are looking for positive elements in this round of poetry. Please submit only one poem each. DEADLINE: June 30, 2020

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