This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunities featured on this blog site have been collected by Sally Clark. I am not an editor, publisher, or an agent. I am a writer who enjoys sharing submission information I find on the web with other writers. 

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San Pedro River Review: The American South

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, December 23, 2019
San Pedro River Review: The American South
 
San Pedro River Review is an international perfect-bound journal of poetry and art. It is named for the ancient river that flows north from the mountains of SonoraMexico, into Arizona. We have a strong interest in poetry of Place and the relationship between lives and landscapes. Most importantly, we seek a sense of concision, an economy of language with a keen focus on voice and image. Each fall, we make nominations for the Pushcart Prize.
 
January 1st to January 31st, 2020 - Theme: The American SouthYou needn’t live in the region to write about it. Though our core interest is those states traditionally considered the South, we include the southerly parts of the mid-Atlantic, Tennessee, Kentucky, far eastern and southeastern Texas, and the mid-to-southern Appalachian region. We request poems and photographs of life set in the South, poems with a bite. Southern elements, situations, or places may be named or not, but if not named, then such elements, situations, or places should be inferred or alluded to by observed detail, even if elliptically. We seek verse on the region’s flora, fauna, geology and geography, but mostly the broad and limitless intersections of lives and landscapes: families, ranches, farms and agricultural life, mines, factories -- all places of manual labor; bars, highways, diners, music – especially the Blues; sports, county fairs and amusements, maritime life, harbors, rivers, bayous and ports; railroads, city and small towns. Poems about living far away from one’s Southern home. We are not interested in frail nostalgic or clichéd work, nor mere descriptions or inventories.
 
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San Pedro River Review: The American South

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, December 23, 2019
San Pedro River Review: The American South
 
San Pedro River Review is an international perfect-bound journal of poetry and art. It is named for the ancient river that flows north from the mountains of SonoraMexico, into Arizona. We have a strong interest in poetry of Place and the relationship between lives and landscapes. Most importantly, we seek a sense of concision, an economy of language with a keen focus on voice and image. Each fall, we make nominations for the Pushcart Prize.
 
January 1st to January 31st, 2020 - Theme: The American SouthYou needn’t live in the region to write about it. Though our core interest is those states traditionally considered the South, we include the southerly parts of the mid-Atlantic, Tennessee, Kentucky, far eastern and southeastern Texas, and the mid-to-southern Appalachian region. We request poems and photographs of life set in the South, poems with a bite. Southern elements, situations, or places may be named or not, but if not named, then such elements, situations, or places should be inferred or alluded to by observed detail, even if elliptically. We seek verse on the region’s flora, fauna, geology and geography, but mostly the broad and limitless intersections of lives and landscapes: families, ranches, farms and agricultural life, mines, factories -- all places of manual labor; bars, highways, diners, music – especially the Blues; sports, county fairs and amusements, maritime life, harbors, rivers, bayous and ports; railroads, city and small towns. Poems about living far away from one’s Southern home. We are not interested in frail nostalgic or clichéd work, nor mere descriptions or inventories.
 
Submit 1-3 poems



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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