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Reviews editor M.E. Silverman is busy working on a handful of anthologies that might be of interest to our contributors and readers. See below for details.

Call for poems about the body for new anthology

Parts of the Whole: Poetry of the Body is looking for poems about the body. Please submit up to 4 poems in any style to the editors atpotwanthology@gmail.com between now and September 15. No poem should exceed 80 lines or approximately 2 pages. Include a brief 150 words or less bio and attach poems in Word or RTF. Also, we would like to see a brief explanation of how the poet believes this work fits into our theme. We will consider previously published poems so long as you acknowledge it was previously published in the cover letter and let us know if the anthology can obtain reprint rights for free or low cost. Editors: M. E. Silverman and Jillian Phillips

Call for poems between 2-6 pages or 75-200 lines

Warning, Poems may be Longer than they Appear: an Anthology of Longish Poems is looking for poems between 3 to 6 pages or 100 to 200 lines on any theme or subject. Please submit 1 longish poem or a series of strongly linked poems (not linked merely by theme) to the editors at longishpoems@gmail.com between now and September 15. Include a brief 150 words or less bio and attach poems in Word or RTF. We will consider previously published poems so long as you acknowledge it was previously published in the cover letter and let us know if the anthology can obtain reprint rights for free or low cost. If you are submitting a previously published poem, you may submit a second longish poem that is unpublished. At this time, we do not have a press. Editors: Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum and M. E. Silverman, foreword by T. R. Hummer.

Call for fiction and poetry for new modular narrative anthology

Modular Narrative Fiction and Poetry Anthology is looking for stories and poems that utilize modular forms. Please submit up to 1 story or 3 poems or 3 flash fiction or 3 prose poems that are modular to the editors at modularantho@gmail.com between now and September 15. We would greatly appreciate if you could put the genre of your submission in the SUBJECT LINE. We define modular narrative as any structure that relies on units of information, scene, exposition, or action in lieu of traditional linear movement. A modular work depends on accumulation of meaning. We are interested in work in the vein of Slaughterhouse Five where linear movement becomes secondary to the stacking and layering of modules. Include a brief 150 words or less bio and attach work in Word or RTF. Also, we would like to see a brief one paragraph explanation of how the writer believes this work fits into our definition. We will consider previously published work so long as you acknowledge it was previously published in the cover letter and let us know if the anthology can obtain reprint rights for free or at low cost. At this time, we do not have a press. Editors: Christopher Lowe and M. E. Silverman

 

 

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