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Call for Submissions: An Anthology of English-Language Haiku by Women

Started by Aubrie, February 14, 2011, 01:52:52 AM

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AlanSummers

Wow, Aubrie, with your postings and emails, and Billie Wilson's, and mine, and hopefully others spreading the word, this will be an even more amazing anthology.

As Aubrie says, still time to submit work !;-)

Alan

Aubrie

Now that I think of it, I don't remember seeing anything from Billie yet in my inbox... hint, hint.  ;)

Aubrie


AlanSummers

Fantastic!

Just Billie, and Marlene Mountain.  And I hope a few more yet of course! ;-)

Alan

Aubrie

Check and check-to-be.

220 subs... I wonder if we can get 300 in by Friday!

Gael Bage

Wow Aubrie, sounds like you will have plenty to choose from which should give you the makings of a superb anthology, are the submissions well spread globally ?
Poetry is an echo, asking a shadow to dance
- Carl Sandburg

Aubrie

Gael,

I would say so! I think the only continent I've not heard from is South America (and Antarctica, of course).

Lacking a little in the Japan department, but given the last month's events, I think that's to be expected...

Lots of Canada and Croatia submissions actually.

Aubrie




AlanSummers

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Alan Summers,
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