Call for submissions for Murder of Krows 2

Posted: April 15, 2013 by lallocropia in news, poetry

Duncan Yeates and Abigail Wyatt are inviting poets and artists to contribute to our next Murder of Krows* anthology.

The submission guidelines are as follows:

1)    All contributors should be resident in Cornwall.

2)    Poetry of a serious nature is looked on more favourably than comic or light-hearted verse.

3)    Please do not submit any more than two poems although there is no limit on length.

4)    All submissions should be e-mailed to either lallocropia@gmail.com or abigailelwyatt@rocketmail.com. Please submit poems as .doc or .pdf attachments where possible.

5)   Artwork can be any style or theme. All work should be black and white and scalable to A5 size. Please submit work as JPEGs.

6)    The closing date for all submissions is 1st June 2013.

*Murder of Krows is an anthology of poetry by published and previously unpublished Cornish poets. The first volume was launched at the Melting Pot Café at Redruth in March 2013 and proved to be a great success, selling out its print run and attracting guest readings from Dr Alan M Kent and Les Merton. If you would like to get a feel for the content and style of the first anthology, a PDF of it is available by e-mailing lallocropia@gmail.com. There are also a very limited number of copies left at the price of £2.00 inc. P+P – again please e-mail lallocropia@gmail.com if you wish to purchase one.

There will also be opportunity for all contributors tor read at the anthology’s launch night at The Melting Pot Café.

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