Barry Jean Borich (2009) seeks submissions for a Summer 2014 web launch of a new online nonfiction and media arts journal she edits, Slag Glass City. The journal will publish new and original work about cities. The special interest for the first issue is “That which we would otherwise throw away.” Whether its reuse, recycling, recovery, remediation, or restoration, how do we make trash and found things useful, beautiful, neccessary? The journal invites you to interpret the theme broadly. For more information please visit:  www.slagglasscity.com.

Chelsey Clammer (2016) is the managing editor and nonfiction editor for The Doctor TJ Eckleburg Review, a literary and arts online and print journal housed in Johns Hopkins University. The journal has four awards series—fiction, magic realism, poetry, and nonfiction. Contest winners receive $1000 and publication. For more information on guidelines and deadlines please visit the awards page at www.thedoctortjeckleburgreview.com.

Judith Kitchen and Stan Sanvel Rubin have started an independent press—Ovenbird Books, which will feature books of experimental nonfiction. In addition to reading and reviewing book by authors such as Sandra Swinburne, Heather Weber, and Tarn Wilson, there will be opportunities for online discussions, guest reviewers, and guest bloggers. Stan will have an ongoing poetry blog as well. You can help this worthy effort by buying, reviewing, or commenting on these new releases at the Ovenbird blog. For more information, go to www.ovenbirdbooks.org

Lois Rosen (2010) is an editor for Gold Man Review, a lively literary journal from Salem, Oregon, that is entering its fourth year of publication. Gold Man Review will consider poetry, fiction and non-fiction until May 1 from writers living in Oregon, Washington, California, and Hawaii. More information can be found at: http://goldmanreview.org/submission.html