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Taking Submissions: Humans in the Wild: Reactions to a Gun Loving Country.
March 25, 2020
Deadline: March 25th, 2020
Theme: Poetry, Short Essays, Fiction, and Art by those affected by gun violence.
Swallow Publishing, in association with Mythic Picnic, is soliciting works for HUMANS IN THE WILD: Reactions to a Gun Loving Country.
The anthology features Kathy Fish, author of Collective Nouns for Humans in the Wild, and we will choose approximately 30 additional works from other authors, artists, and people at large.
Submissions must be original, but may be previously published works, and should be no more than 2,500 words in length.
Selected authors will be paid $50.
The anthology will be sold in print and eBook. We will be donating a percentage of net proceeds from sales to charity, and encourage you to donate to a charity of your choice as well.
If you choose to donate your $50, please tell us about your chosen charity and why you choose to donate.
Though the editors of HUMANS IN THE WILD prefer donations to anti-gun violence charitable organizations, we understand there are many problems in the 21st century that may be nearer to your heart. And if you’ve lost faith in charities, you can tell us about that if you want to as well.
An index at the back of the anthology will include a bio on each contributor, including your explanation of where the $50 is going and why, but only if you wish to include that information.
Paste your submission into the body of the email, or attach as a PDF/Docx/JPG.
Include your contact information in the body of your email, your bio, and remember to tell us about your preferred charity, your reason for donating, or your reason for choosing not to donate.
Donation, and explaining your donation, is totally optional and is not a requirement for acceptance.
Please send submissions to [email protected].
The last day for submissions is March 25, 2020.
We hope to notify selected contributors via email by April 1, 2020.
Via: Swallow Publishing
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