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Submissions for anthology of haiku, tanka, short haibun and free verse

Started by AlanSummers, September 11, 2012, 02:51:01 PM

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Call for submissions of short verse for C.2.2. an anthology by Yet To Be Named Free Press.

C.2.2. Editors: Brendan Slater and Alan Summers


"Between loss of identity and loss of name, it's surprising, how when you are referred to by a number, you hurt." Prisoner KM5451

Yet To Be Named Free Press is putting together an anthology entitled C.2.2. on the following themes:


• loss of identity and/or name
• mental health issues
• social issues
• physical health issues
• unsentimental love



Send us your darkest and/or most honest work to be considered for the anthology, alongside a pen name (pseudonym).

We are looking for poems between 1 to 8 lines in length. Poets may submit up to 5 haiku, tanka, short haibun, free-verse along with a pen name.*

Deadline: 30th November 2012.

We are looking for modern experimental work only.

Submissions Email:
Please submit your work to: subs@yettobenamedfreepress.org

The anthology will contain around 200 poems and will be published in early 2013.


*Only pen names will be included in the anthology but individual poems may be posted on personal blogs or other social media with the poet's real name.

FFI please go to these weblinks:

http://area17.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/call-for-poetry-for-new-short-verse.html

http://www.yettobenamedfreepress.org/


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Alan Summers,
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