Call for Submissions: no. 2 Magazine

no.2 is an online magazine featuring works of fiction, essays, interviews, and short films with an edge or a sense of humor. no.2 is in search of work that has a level of sophistication that isn’t funny just for laughs. They love work that is thoughtful, wicked, and genuinely humorous because there is real intelligence in creating a form of work that is comedic.  
For reference, they are fans of Kurt Vonnegut, Nora Ephron, Carol Burnett, Mark Twain, Luvvie Ajayi, David Sedaris, Sloane Crosley, Neil Gaiman, George Saunders, Helen Fielding, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Woody Allen, Oscar Wilde, Paul Beatty, Jenny Lawson, Charlie Chaplin, Issa Rae, Miranda July, Mindy Kaling — the list goes on.
Information on how students can submit their work can be found here –  no.2  does not require submission or reading fees.

Louder Than a Bomb University

Young Chicago Authors puts on the largest poetry slam festival in the world, Louder Than A Bomb (LTAB) during the months of February and March. Based on the success of LTAB, they have extended the competition and community to young adults ages 18-25 and created Louder Than a Bomb University (LTABU).

The competition runs March 8th and 9th 2019 at Chicago State University. You can find more information about requirements, registration dates, fees, and more if you visit Young Chicago Authors’ registration page.
To register as an Indy Poet click HERE
Early Registration 1/8-1/31($20)
Regular Registration 2/1-2/15 ($30)
Late Registration 2/16-3/1 ($40)

To register a Team click HERE
Early Registration 1/8-1/31 ($40)
Regular Registration 2/1-2/15 ($50)
Regular Registration 2/1-2/15 ($60)

If you have any questions, email

UC Berkeley CLUJ Call for Submissions Spring 2019

The Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal (CLUJ) at the University of California, Berkeley is accepting submissions for the Spring 2019 issue. They invite research papers from all those working in, around, or critically engaging with literary topics in a comparative nature. Papers in any language are welcome. Possible topics include but are not limited to:

· Papers comparing at least two authors or texts
· Interdisciplinary research engaging multiples disciplines within the humanities
· Research engaging with literary theory and schools of criticism

Authors whose papers are selected for publication will receive free copies of the issue in which they are published. For more information and full submission guidelines, or to view past issues of CLUJ, please visit the CLUJ website submissions page.

Submissions for the Spring 2019 issue will be accepted until February 15th.