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Other Opportunities

Our goal is to increase the visibility of Latinx writing

From time to time people, businesses, and organizations reach out to us about opportunities to be published or to tell us things we think our writers and readers might be interested in. Check back here to see what new opportunities are out and about.

National Latine Playwrights Award

Submissions for the 2023 National Latine Playwrights Award have been extended through March 1, 2023. 

For more information

Somos en Escrito


Open call until May 2023


Are you interested in the future?

El Porvenir, ¡Ya! was the award-winning first Chicano sci-fi anthology, but the future for raza is still left for us to imagine! Chicanofuturism: El Porvenir, ¡Ya!  II is accepting fiction set in the future for Chicana/o/x people, nonfiction on thoughts about the future of raza, and digital images of any type that envisions how the Chicana/o/x future will look.

Submit unpublished fiction or nonfiction set in the future or about the Chicano future up to 25 pages. Submissions may be any number of pieces up to the 25-page limit. 

Submissions may be in English or Spanglish and must be in Times New Roman, double spaced, 12pt, docx format. Digital submissions need to be hires and have an artist bio and photo. Submissions must not have been previously published in print or online magazines (your blog or social media is fine).  Please attach an author’s photo titled with your name and a short bio in a separate document.  In the email, tell us your background and why you are Chicana/o/x, briefly.  

Please title the email "Chicanofuturism Submission” and send to

Call for Submissions
Common Magazine

Call for Submissions:
Writing from the
Farmworker Community

In collaboration with guest co-editor Miguel M. Morales, The Common will publish a portfolio of writing from the farmworker and farm laborer community: the migrant, seasonal, and often immigrant laborers who make up much of the US agricultural workforce.

We invite original, unpublished work from current and former farmworkers of all ages, as well as those raised in farmworker families who experienced the stories and effects of this work through their parents or other relations. Pieces may be submitted in English or Spanish. For work in other languages, please arrange to have at least two pages translated into English as a sample.

We offer space to work that voices the diversity of farmwork and farmworkers, and their wide range of experiences—the physical, emotional, and financial struggles, the dangers and injustices, but also the rituals and celebrations, and the profound strength, skill, ingenuity, and resilience that are essential to
this life.

Submissions open August 15, 2022 and close February 1, 2023. Payment for accepted work is $200 for prose pieces and $40 per poem.

Questions? Contact managing editor Emily Everett at






















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