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Texas Poetry Calendar 2014

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, January 17, 2013

Texas Poetry Calendar 2014
Cindy Huyser and Laurie Ann Guerrero will serve as editors for the calendar.
http://dosgatospress.org/how-to-submit#2

Submissions Window:
November 1, 2012–February 20, 2013

Guidelines:
•Submit 1 – 3 poems; 35-line limit per poem, including title and spaces.
Place all of your poems into a single document for a single submission.
DO NOT SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE TIME.
•We prefer poems with a Texas connection.
•We welcome the expression of diverse voices, diverse cultures—including poems partly or entirely in Spanish. Please include an English translation of a poem written in a language other than English.
•We strongly prefer titled poems—except for haiku.
•Please follow all document guidelines listed at the top of this page.
•NO e-mail submissions; NO simultaneous submissions; NO previously published poems—print or online, including poems posted on personal websites or social network websites. If a poem can be found searching Google, we consider it published.
•Do NOT place your name or other identifying information on the poems themselves.
•Contributors published in the calendar will receive one complimentary copy of the 2014 Texas Poetry Calendar.



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Texas Poetry Calendar 2014

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, January 17, 2013

Texas Poetry Calendar 2014
Cindy Huyser and Laurie Ann Guerrero will serve as editors for the calendar.
http://dosgatospress.org/how-to-submit#2

Submissions Window:
November 1, 2012–February 20, 2013

Guidelines:
•Submit 1 – 3 poems; 35-line limit per poem, including title and spaces.
Place all of your poems into a single document for a single submission.
DO NOT SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE TIME.
•We prefer poems with a Texas connection.
•We welcome the expression of diverse voices, diverse cultures—including poems partly or entirely in Spanish. Please include an English translation of a poem written in a language other than English.
•We strongly prefer titled poems—except for haiku.
•Please follow all document guidelines listed at the top of this page.
•NO e-mail submissions; NO simultaneous submissions; NO previously published poems—print or online, including poems posted on personal websites or social network websites. If a poem can be found searching Google, we consider it published.
•Do NOT place your name or other identifying information on the poems themselves.
•Contributors published in the calendar will receive one complimentary copy of the 2014 Texas Poetry Calendar.



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