Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Politics & Prose ISO Submissions from DC Writers (No Fee)

Good news for DC-area writers!  Politics & Prose Bookstore has dropped the submission fee for its forthcoming anthology, District Lines. From the website:

We are now soliciting submissions—poems, essays, short stories, coherent musings and ramblings, scribbles, comics, or graphics—that describe a particular D.C. metropolitan neighborhood. Work must be original and previously unpublished. Prose should be under 3,000 words. Graphics must be in a PDF file that can be reproduced in black and white.

The deadline for submissions is September 22, 2012. We hope to hold an event at the store once the anthology is published and will ask selected contributors to join us for an open reading. … (All work submitted per our previous guidelines is still eligible, and authors will be issued a refund for the submission fee.)
Information about how to submit your work can be found here.


DC-area author Leslie Pietrzyk explores the creative process and all things literary.