Agnes and True Call for Submissions

Agnes and True is a Canadian online literary journal. The magazine is dedicated to providing a place for the work of Canadian writers, both established and emerging. While they accept submissions from outside Canada, the magazine places an emphasis on works of fiction that exhibit a Canadian sensibility, are short fiction with a word count of 500 to 1000 words, and have insight on the part of the writer.

 

For more information, please visit http://agnesandtrue.com/submission-guidelines/

 
 

The Canadian Notes and Queries Call for Submissions

The CNQ considers a wide variety of nonfiction (literary and cultural criticism, essays, memoir, humour) written either from a Canadian perspective, or about Canadian subjects, for publication. The magazine is looking for submissions year-round from Canadian writers. They ask for writers to not send in unsolicited submissions of fiction or poetry, or work previously published elsewhere.

 

For more information, please visit http://notesandqueries.ca/submissions/

 
 

The Montréal Review Call for Submissions

The Montreal Review is an international online magazine requesting submissions. The Magazine publishes three times a year (January, May, September); offering long-form critical essays, book reviews, commentaries and interviews, photo essays, short stories, and poetry. There are no special requirements for submissions; however there is a priority to book reviews and long-form critical essays on subjects related to the fields of theology, philosophy, political and economic theory and ideas, history, art and literature.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.themontrealreview.com/submissions.php

 
 

White Wall Review Call for Submissions

Ryerson University’s literary magazine, White Wall Review, is currently working on expanding the opportunities for a more diverse pool of writers to submit their work to the magazine. The magazine, established in 1975, has gained recognition among Canadian poets and writers of both fiction and nonfiction, with a great majority of submissions coming from Ontario every year.
 
For more information, please visit http://whitewallreview.com/
 
 

King’s MFA in Creative Nonfiction

This unique, two-year, limited-residency graduate program enables writers to continue to live and work in their home communities while working with writer-mentors to develop their book proposals and manuscripts. Faculty and mentors for the MFA include award-winning writers published by the top book imprints in Canada and around the world. Program includes two two-week summer residencies in Halifax, and one-week winter residencies in Toronto and New York, featuring guest publishers, editors, agents and writers.
 
For further course details and online registration information, go to ukings.ca/area-of-study/master-of-fine-arts-in-creative-nonfiction
 
For specific questions about the program, please contact: Kim Pittway (kim.pittaway@ukings.ca), Stephen Kimber (stephen.kimber@ukings.ca) or Dean Jobb (dean.jobb@ukings.ca).
 
Applications accepted on a rolling basis through the year.