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Literary San Antonio

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, May 7, 2011 Under: Poetry and Prose Anthology
Literary San Antonio

To any writer who has some significant tie to San Antonio, Texas, whether by birth, residence or topical choice -- current or in the past.

I am editing Literary San Antonio for TCU Press. As you are probably aware, this will be one in a series of fairly substantial volumes that have, so far, covered Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and El Paso.

I've spent a year or so preparing historical materials, but I am now opening the submission process to all. Please pass on this email to any writer you think may be interested.

These anthologies are aimed at presenting a literary portrait of each city. Don Graham described his Literary Austin as "an impressionistic 'history' ...  a series of snapshots in prose and poetry of people and places." That is a good beginning. Thus I am looking for a wide assortment of material -- short fiction, poetry, song lyrics, essays (historical or belle lettres), memoir, newspaper columns . . . epistolary masterpieces. Be imaginative, and be your best. Obviously, not every piece has to mention San Antonio by name, but do try to select works that evoke something of this place we call home.

Being neither a perfect person nor a perfect scholar, I am totally open to suggestions for material that I may have missed or of which I am simply unaware. I would especially appreciate suggestions for literature created between 1920 and 1960 that captures San Antonio during that period.

If submitting in Spanish, please provide a good translation, as we will try to run both languages. If submitting previously published material, please let us know where and when it was published, and the current status of the copyright.

All submissions should be Word docs, sent to
milligan@wingspress.com. Please put "Literary SA submission" in the subject line.

The authors of works selected will be sent a permission form. There is, alas, no budget at all for permission fees. All I can offer you is a free copy of the book. I can hear you grumbling now, and believe me, I agree with you. However, TCU has not paid permission fees for any work in any volume so far, so that's just the way it is. So let us collectively bite the bullet and create a stunningly  insightful anthology that will make it clear why we have chosen San Antonio as the place we live and write.

DEADLINE:  MAY 31, 2011.

Thanks.

Bryce Milligan
627 E Guenther
San Antonio, TX 78210
www.wingspress.com
www.brycemilligan.com
210-271-7805

In : Poetry and Prose Anthology 



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Literary San Antonio

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, May 7, 2011 Under: Poetry and Prose Anthology
Literary San Antonio

To any writer who has some significant tie to San Antonio, Texas, whether by birth, residence or topical choice -- current or in the past.

I am editing Literary San Antonio for TCU Press. As you are probably aware, this will be one in a series of fairly substantial volumes that have, so far, covered Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and El Paso.

I've spent a year or so preparing historical materials, but I am now opening the submission process to all. Please pass on this email to any writer you think may be interested.

These anthologies are aimed at presenting a literary portrait of each city. Don Graham described his Literary Austin as "an impressionistic 'history' ...  a series of snapshots in prose and poetry of people and places." That is a good beginning. Thus I am looking for a wide assortment of material -- short fiction, poetry, song lyrics, essays (historical or belle lettres), memoir, newspaper columns . . . epistolary masterpieces. Be imaginative, and be your best. Obviously, not every piece has to mention San Antonio by name, but do try to select works that evoke something of this place we call home.

Being neither a perfect person nor a perfect scholar, I am totally open to suggestions for material that I may have missed or of which I am simply unaware. I would especially appreciate suggestions for literature created between 1920 and 1960 that captures San Antonio during that period.

If submitting in Spanish, please provide a good translation, as we will try to run both languages. If submitting previously published material, please let us know where and when it was published, and the current status of the copyright.

All submissions should be Word docs, sent to
milligan@wingspress.com. Please put "Literary SA submission" in the subject line.

The authors of works selected will be sent a permission form. There is, alas, no budget at all for permission fees. All I can offer you is a free copy of the book. I can hear you grumbling now, and believe me, I agree with you. However, TCU has not paid permission fees for any work in any volume so far, so that's just the way it is. So let us collectively bite the bullet and create a stunningly  insightful anthology that will make it clear why we have chosen San Antonio as the place we live and write.

DEADLINE:  MAY 31, 2011.

Thanks.

Bryce Milligan
627 E Guenther
San Antonio, TX 78210
www.wingspress.com
www.brycemilligan.com
210-271-7805

In : Poetry and Prose Anthology 



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