I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God
so that you may know that you have eternal life. [1 John 5:13]

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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Anthologies with Calls for Submissions-Still time to enter in 2009!

Deadline: 12/31/09.
Submit to: A Cup of Comfort. Submit via online form: http://www.cupofcomfort.com/memberlogin.
Theme: For Golfers.
Type: Personal essays (2,000 words MAX).
You will need to join in order to log in and submit an entry.

The following Payment Terms apply only to the standard anthologies (non-Christian):
  • A one-time payment of $500 is paid to the Author of the lead story in each book (the "grand prize" winner).
  • A one-time payment of $100 is paid for each of the other stories published in the book.
  • Each contributor receives one complimentary copy of the book per story.

The following Payment Terms apply only to the Christian books:

  • A one-time payment of $50 is paid for each story published in the book.
  • A one-time payment of $25 is paid for each devotional published in the book.
  • Each contributor receives one complimentary copy of the book.

Deadline: 12/31/09.
Submit to: Whole Terrain. Editor, Antioch University New England, 40 Avon Street, Keene, NH 03431-3552, or e-mail to: whole_terrain@antioch.edu (preferred).
Theme: The Scale of Significance.
Type: Poetry (3 poems MAX), short stories, and essays (2,000 words MAX).
URL: http://www.antiochne.edu/news/news_detail.cfm?News_ID=733

Whole Terrain pays upon publication in copies and a lifetime subscription.

For more information, please contact:
Rowland Russell
603.283.2437
whole_terrain@antioch.edu


Deadline: 12/31/09.
Submit to: What Doesn't Kill You... E-mail (via attachment) to coeditor Murray Dunlap at murraydunlap@gmail.com.
Theme: Stories of struggle (real or imagined, physical or mental).
Type: Short stories or personal essays (10,000 words MAX).
URL: http://www.press53.com/whatdoesntkillyou.html
There is NO reading fee. Please limit submission to one story. Previously published works are acceptable, as long as you hold all rights.

Contributors will receive a complimentary copy
of the anthology plus the opportunity to buy unlimited copies at a discount.

Contributors will also have one page in the back of the anthology for his or her bio, photo and story comments.




Deadline: 01/05/10.
Submit to: Bona Fide Books. E-mail to: submissions@bonafidebooks.com with "Permanent Vacations" and title in the subject line, or mail to: Bona Fide Books, PO Box 550278, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96155.
Theme: Permanent vacation: Living and Working in our National Parks.
Type: Essays (5,000 words MAX).
URL: http://www.bonafidebooks.com/permanent-vacation

Writers will receive $100 for their story and one copy of the collection.

Let me know if you win!



Blessings on your journey

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