We are open year-round, with rolling deadlines.
We’re looking for short stories, poems, personal essays or excerpts (that stand alone) from any genre of writing. We’re willing to consider any form of writing that is well-written and from the heart. We especially love writing that has some connection to writing for wellness – narrative medicine, medical memoir, writing the self, healing writing, etc.
Please also see our call for Book Reviews or take advantage of Editorial Critiques from our Editor-in-Chief, Kat McNichol.
We are open year-round, with rolling deadlines. Our current deadline is June 30.
Submit your short stories, poems, personal essays or excerpts (that stand alone) from any genre of writing. We’re willing to consider any form of writing that is well-written and from the heart. We especially love writing that has some connection to writing for wellness – narrative medicine, medical memoir, writing the self, healing writing, etc.
Please use 12 pt font, double-spaced formatting. We prefer short pieces. Range is 15 to 4000 words, excluding works cited. Please submit one narrative or essay at a time, or up to 3 poems. Simultaneous submissions are fine.
We accept previously published pieces, as long as they are currently available for repeat publication. Please let us know where your piece was previously published so we can give proper credit.
All pieces will be published on our website and author’s will be paid a one-time $20 CAD honorarium. Twice yearly, we’ll select the best from among all our published online submissions for publication in our magazine. All authors whose work is chosen for this magazine will receive 1 printed copy and 1 electronic copy. Each year, we also publish an anthology. All authors published in this anthology will receive 1 electronic copy.
*This form collects funds in USD however the amount(s) in USD are adjusted to equal our CAD price list.
Get an editorial critique on a single short piece of fiction or creative non-fiction.
All editorial critiques are completed by Dreamers Creative Writing's Editor-in-Chief, Kat McNichol.
Kat McNichol is the Editor-in-Chief of Dreamers Creative Writing and the Co-Editor for the Journal of Integrated Studies. She holds a B.A. in English Literature, and an MAIS in Writing and New Media, and Literary Studies. She is currently completing a PhD in Career Writing at the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands where she is using autoethnography and writing as method to research the impact that therapeutic writing has on career identity.
Each submitted piece is also considered for publication on www.DreamersWriting.com.
Submit one piece only, up to 4000 words. Excerpts can also be submitted.
Author, Alice C. R. recently commented on Kat's work: "Your editorial comments were spot-on..."
*Please note: This form is collecting the editorial critique in USD. 1 Canadian dollar equals approximately 75 cents in US funds.