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Youth Corner cattails - Submissions closed until the month of February 2021

Started by light pilgrim, June 30, 2020, 08:07:06 AM

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http://www.cattailsjournal.com/submissions.html

Usually I showcase haiku by young and new student-poets from Katha Writers' Workshop for school kids and from Symbiosis International University, where I take the undergrads through the 60-hour course. However, this year due to the pandemic and the capping of the number of online classes for students in Indian schools and universities, we are putting out this special submissions call to all young poets to send their best haiku, senryu, tanka or haibun for consideration in the Youth Corner Section of the October 2020 issue of cattails, the journal of the United Haiku and Tanka Society.

Submit to:

Youth Corner Editor: Kala Ramesh, India

submittocattails+YOUTH@gmail.com with the subject heading: YOUTH


Submission Guidelines:

Submissions for the October 2020 issue: 1st July - 31st July 2020 (midnight) GMT

1. Send your work, including images for haiga, in the body of an email only – attachments will not be opened. You must include your country, full name, and email address in the body of the email to be considered. For haiga, images should have a resolution of at least 200 dpi and the image must be at least 1200 px in size.

2. We consider only works that have never been previously published elsewhere, either online or in print, (this includes on social media sites, blogs, and websites).

3. We do not consider works submitted elsewhere simultaneously, including to journals or competitions.

4.  We encourage, but do not require you to submit your works in your native language, along with the English version.

You may make one submission per reading period of:

• Not more than 10 tanka
• Not more than 12 haiku
• Not more than 12 Senryu
• Not more than 3 haibun

7. What we do not accept:

• mainstream short form poetry
• tanka prose
• sequences of any type
• linked verse
• rhymed work
• books for review

REMINDER: Please send any/all other submissions (within the "body" of an email), with the Subject heading for the appropriate form you are submitting to, in all CAPITAL LETTERS.


Kala Ramesh
Editor,
Youth Corner,

cattails, UHTS

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