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2021 Northern Colorado Writers Anthology: Chiaroscuro: An Anthology of Virtue & Vice

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, September 5, 2020
2021 Northern Colorado Writers Anthology: Chiaroscuro: An Anthology of Virtue & Vice

When discussing virtue and vice, it is easy to wander down the road of morality, though in essence virtue is simply the good or useful qualities of a thing, whereas vice is a habitual and usually trivial defect or shortcoming. One does not have to look too far in literature to find examples of both. Authors are fond of espousing the dark and light sides of both.

Perhaps most famous, or infamous, are the seven deadly sins and the seven heavenly virtues as defined by Christianity. These attributes have been explored in a multitude of arenas including prose, poetry, music, and screen. From Shakespearean dramas to serial killers in crime fiction to persecuted knights in anime, human fascination with virtue and vice, and the way those qualities play out in different scenarios, transcend culture and socioeconomic background, illustrating their timeless nature—their universality.

For our 2021 anthology, explore one vice or virtue using fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. It may be desired or even necessary to choose more than one of these traits for depth, but the overall theme of your submission should clearly focus on one main vice or virtue.

Short fiction and creative nonfiction/memoir submissions should be a maximum of 5000 words. Poetry submissions can be up to 3 poems contained in a single file with a maximum of 10 pages.

Submission Window: May 15 - September 30, 2020. All published contributors will receive $50 and 2 copies of the print book. Submission Fees: $15/submission for nonmembers



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2021 Northern Colorado Writers Anthology: Chiaroscuro: An Anthology of Virtue & Vice

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, September 5, 2020
2021 Northern Colorado Writers Anthology: Chiaroscuro: An Anthology of Virtue & Vice

When discussing virtue and vice, it is easy to wander down the road of morality, though in essence virtue is simply the good or useful qualities of a thing, whereas vice is a habitual and usually trivial defect or shortcoming. One does not have to look too far in literature to find examples of both. Authors are fond of espousing the dark and light sides of both.

Perhaps most famous, or infamous, are the seven deadly sins and the seven heavenly virtues as defined by Christianity. These attributes have been explored in a multitude of arenas including prose, poetry, music, and screen. From Shakespearean dramas to serial killers in crime fiction to persecuted knights in anime, human fascination with virtue and vice, and the way those qualities play out in different scenarios, transcend culture and socioeconomic background, illustrating their timeless nature—their universality.

For our 2021 anthology, explore one vice or virtue using fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. It may be desired or even necessary to choose more than one of these traits for depth, but the overall theme of your submission should clearly focus on one main vice or virtue.

Short fiction and creative nonfiction/memoir submissions should be a maximum of 5000 words. Poetry submissions can be up to 3 poems contained in a single file with a maximum of 10 pages.

Submission Window: May 15 - September 30, 2020. All published contributors will receive $50 and 2 copies of the print book. Submission Fees: $15/submission for nonmembers



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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