Broadkill River Press Announces a Regional Poetry Anthology The Road Less Traveled
We often arrive at a crossroads in our lives—in relationships, career paths, or artistic directions, just to name a few. These choices can be a source either of despair or inspiration, and at times they spur us to greater creativity. Consequently, they may serve as the subjects of our most penetrating work. In recognition of the centrality of this theme to much of the poetry we read and write the Broadkill River Press is publishing an anthology titled The Road Less Traveled
to appear during the winter of 2011-2012. Authors are encouraged to
submit poems relevant to this theme, however they may interpret it according to their individual experience and aesthetic.
The Press invites writers within a one-hundred mile radius of Washington, D.C. to submit up to three poems, or no more than five pages of poetry, with a reading fee check for $12.00 made payable to Broadkill River Press, 104 Federal Street, Milton, Delaware, 19968. Send a self addressed stamped postcard for confirmation of receipt. James C. L. Brown is the General Editor, but a panel of readers will deliberate on the work. Each contributor selected will receive one
contributor’s copy and the right to purchase extra copies at a substantial discount over the suggested retail price of the volume. Submissions should be postmarked by July 15, 2011.
Inquiries may be directed through email to email@example.com
Broadkill River Press
an imprint of Broadkill Publishing Associates, LLC
104 Federal Street, Milton DE 19968
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