If you’re a writer, we believe that you should always be submitting to a literary journal. We hope you’ll submit to our journal, Alluvium, but we also hope you’ll submit regularly (weekly, monthly) to other journals as well. To help in that quest, here are several journals we think are terrific.
Call for Submissions for Singapore’s National Translation Month! Deadline: June 12 2017
The wonderful folks at The Select Centre in Singapore are starting SG (that’s Singapore) Translation Month – so send them translations of fiction, poetry, plays, or any other literary genre from one of Singapore’s official languages — Chinese, English, Malay, Tamil — into any one of these four languages by June 12, 2017.
The best translations will be showcased during their #TranslateSingapore festival in September as well during National Translation Monthi n New York.
Submit by 12 June 2017 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit http://selectcentre.org/translatesg/translatesg17_CFS.html
Chinese Arts & Letters, a literary and academic journal, solicits English-language contributions. Texts not exceeding 10,000 words will be considered, consisting of translations of contemporary Chinese-language literature in any genre, essays on the Chinese arts and letters of any era, and creative writing in any genre about China. Translated texts or inquiries for translations must also submit the original Chinese text, and all translations will be reviewed for accuracy and style. Payment for contributions is RMB .80 per word (contributions) or per Chinese character (translations) before tax. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with submissions or inquiries.