"Anomaly" is an international literary journal focused most particularly on "especially innovative and experimental literature and arts[.]"
Payment is not mentioned on the website.
The deadline for submissions is July 31, 2019.
The judges of the 2019 competition are Mary Jean Chan, Margaret Jill Costa, and Olivia McCannon.
"Submissions must be full-length, previously unpublished novel manuscripts, either originally written in English or a complete English translation."
The main criteria for assessment, according to organizers, are: "literary quality, strength and innovation of the publishing project, and contribution to literary diversity in the UK."
Those interested in applying will need to send a short bio, a non-academic writing sample, and a brief description of their project before May 19, 2019.
They note that "about 20 percent of the published PEN/Heim Translation Fund projects have won or been shortlisted for major literary awards."
We're always on the lookout for literary magazines that a) pay contributors, b) are translation-friendly, and c) don't charge fees.
From now through the end of May, The Lifted Brow is accepting submissions from translators for their "Digital Intimacies" issue.
"We are looking for your submissions, inspired by the sea."
They're looking for unpublished first-person literary non-fiction, between 2500-4000 words, in English. Translations are also welcome.