Volume XIII Published
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The volume features an interview with John McNally, author of “Book of Ralph” and “After the Workshop.” The interview was excerpted from a discussion in a UW-L creative writing class where McNally was a visiting author. He shared his thoughts on the writer’s block myth, how to end a story and the writing process.
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English 320: Literary Journal Production
We will begin accepting original poems, stories, creative nonfiction, and artwork for our 14th volume from December 1, 2010 to March 15, 2011.
We encourage email submissions. Send your work as a single attachment (MS Word, PDF, or RTF) to email@example.com. Please indicate in the subject line whether your submission is poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction.
Cover Letter: Include a brief bio and your mailing address.
Poetry: Send three to five poems (as one attachment).
Fiction and Creative Nonfiction: 3,500 words maximum. Quirky short-shorts are also encouraged. Manuscripts must be double-spaced and include author's contact information.
Artwork: We welcome photographs, drawings (lead, pen and ink, charcoal etc) on any subject. Please send as JPEGs or TIFFs and include titles for each piece.
NOTE: Accepted artwork will be reproduced in black and white.
Mail submissions are also accepted. Please include an SASE and send to:
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