CALLING ALL WRITERS
Is soliciting submissions for the 8th
Antelope Valley Anthology
Submissions may be prose or poetry. Poetry may be no more than 100 lines per poem. No more than five poems may be entered. The poems may be any form. Prose submissions may be in the form of short fiction, creative non-fiction, essays, or reportage. Prose submissions may not be longer than 5000 Words. Prose Submissions must be in standard format—12 point type, double-spaced in Times New Roman or some equivalent font. No “Strange” fonts will be accepted. Poetry may be single spaced.
All submissions must come as Rich Text Format (rtf) or .doc, attachments to e mail or, all else failing, pasted into the body of the e mail. No paper/hard copies will be accepted. All submissions must be marked with contributors name, mailing address, phone number, e mail address, and word count. Pages must be numbered. No submission will be accepted without name, address, phone number and word count.
Submissions will be accepted from 1 January, 2011 through 31 May, 2011. Please send all entries to firstname.lastname@example.org For further information regarding the 8th Antelope Valley Anthology please e mail the above address or call (661) 951 6306.
All submissions will be acknowledged. Those submissions chosen for inclusion in the Anthology will receive one free copy of the anthology, a small token payment in money, and a gift from MousePrints Publishing. Also, those included in the Anthology will receive a continuing 50% discount on copies of the Anthology in which their submission appears.
3 thoughts on “Antelope Valley Anthology: Soliciting Submissions”
Is it possible to receive examples of previous prose submissions for desired formatting requirements? Thanks in adavnce for your assistance.
Thanks for sending in your question. At this time we are accepting anything in a doc or docx file or in-line in an email. Otherwise, formatting is not really an issue.
We will reformat the text(s) as we shape the publication. The deadline for submissions was March 1, but if you have something you’d really like to get in, please send it along.