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Fugue

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, November 19, 2009 Under: Literary Journal
Based at the University of Idaho, *Fugue* is constructing a 20th anniversary issue "in the form of a regionally based issue. Bruce Barcott said, 'We created the northwest with words,' but we are adding that it is this region which causes writers to write. This latter thought is what we are developing our anniversary issue around – the writers of the west, but more specifically the insiders, the born, the original settlers versus the outsiders, the migrators, the transplants, the carpetbaggers. What causes the insiders to stay here and write about this place, and what causes the outsiders to come to this place to write?"
 
We also have a general call for papers from “unknown” writers. The pieces should reflect this idea of the power or the mystery of the west – either through poetry, fiction or nonfiction – and consider the idea of insider versus outsider; born to a place versus adopting a land.  Deadline: January 1, 2010."All contributors receive payment and two complimentary copies of the issue." See http://uidaho.edu/fugue for more information.
 

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Fugue

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, November 19, 2009 Under: Literary Journal
Based at the University of Idaho, *Fugue* is constructing a 20th anniversary issue "in the form of a regionally based issue. Bruce Barcott said, 'We created the northwest with words,' but we are adding that it is this region which causes writers to write. This latter thought is what we are developing our anniversary issue around – the writers of the west, but more specifically the insiders, the born, the original settlers versus the outsiders, the migrators, the transplants, the carpetbaggers. What causes the insiders to stay here and write about this place, and what causes the outsiders to come to this place to write?"
 
We also have a general call for papers from “unknown” writers. The pieces should reflect this idea of the power or the mystery of the west – either through poetry, fiction or nonfiction – and consider the idea of insider versus outsider; born to a place versus adopting a land.  Deadline: January 1, 2010."All contributors receive payment and two complimentary copies of the issue." See http://uidaho.edu/fugue for more information.
 

In : Literary Journal 



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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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