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Grandma's Quilts/Grandpa's Attic

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, May 29, 2009 Under: Poetry and Prose Anthology
Silver Boomer Books seeks submissions for an anthology tentatively identified as Grandma's Quilts/Grandpa's Attic. Submissions of prose and poetry should be submitted pursuant to these guidelines by September 15, 2009.

Electronic submission is preferred, with the manuscript or poem pasted into the body of the email. We are giving first preference to poetry of less than 50 lines, and prose not exceeding 1500 words. Poetry shorter than 12 lines tickles the editor in charge of formating and stands a good chance of being used if the quality's there. We ask for one-time rights. If the submission has been previously published, cite each prior publication. If prior publication history is not included (including "This piece has not been published") the piece will not be considered. We require that a 50-100 word biographical sketch, written in third person, be included with the submission. See the SilverBoomers.com authors page for sample bios. Entries not meeting this requirement will not be considered. Please don't submit material you sent previously for a Silver Boomer Book as we have that and will be contracting authors if we feel the work would fit in future anthologies. 

More details at:
http://silverboomerbooks.com/submissions.htm

In : Poetry and Prose Anthology 



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Grandma's Quilts/Grandpa's Attic

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, May 29, 2009 Under: Poetry and Prose Anthology
Silver Boomer Books seeks submissions for an anthology tentatively identified as Grandma's Quilts/Grandpa's Attic. Submissions of prose and poetry should be submitted pursuant to these guidelines by September 15, 2009.

Electronic submission is preferred, with the manuscript or poem pasted into the body of the email. We are giving first preference to poetry of less than 50 lines, and prose not exceeding 1500 words. Poetry shorter than 12 lines tickles the editor in charge of formating and stands a good chance of being used if the quality's there. We ask for one-time rights. If the submission has been previously published, cite each prior publication. If prior publication history is not included (including "This piece has not been published") the piece will not be considered. We require that a 50-100 word biographical sketch, written in third person, be included with the submission. See the SilverBoomers.com authors page for sample bios. Entries not meeting this requirement will not be considered. Please don't submit material you sent previously for a Silver Boomer Book as we have that and will be contracting authors if we feel the work would fit in future anthologies. 

More details at:
http://silverboomerbooks.com/submissions.htm

In : Poetry and Prose Anthology 



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