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I am excited to announce that the Church of Christ Women Authors Blog is now taking submissions for its inaugural anthology titled, The Church of Christ Women Authors Blog 2016 Anthology of Literary Potpourri.
To my knowledge this will be the first book of its kind, and I am so glad that it's actually happening. Because we are still small, the only payment contributors will receive for inclusion in this years anthology is two print copies of the published anthology.
Submission is open to all members of the church of Christ. I am looking for submissions in several categories and all genres of fiction are welcome. Please include a short bio of no more than 300 words with your submission to be included in the anthology.
The anthology will be available to purchase in print and in Ebook form.
Submission is open January 1, 2016 through May 4, 2016. Those with works included will be notified by email.
Please send your submissions to the Church of Christ Women Authors at firstname.lastname@example.org, and write Anthology Submission in the subject line of the email.
Submissions may be sent in the body of the email, or as a .doc attachment. Please include the genre and category of your piece. Please only submit one time per category.
All authors who are included in the anthology grant first publication rights to Susan Elliott, of the Church of Christ Women Authors Blog for publication in the anthology The Church of Christ Women Authors Blog 2016 Anthology of Literary Potpourri. Rights return to the author after publication.
No simultaneous submissions accepted.
All those included in the anthology will receive two print copies of the anthology as payment. There are no royalty payments given to those included in the anthology.
- Poetry: Submit no more than 5 poems on any topic
- Non-fiction: Submit 1-2 pieces no more than 2,000 words
- Short Story: Submit 1-2 pieces no more than 3,000 words
- Essay: 1-2 pieces no more than 1,000 words
- Novel Preview: 1-4 chapters of an unpublished novel
Submission of work constitutes agreement to the terms mentioned as well as acknowledgement that you are a member of the church of Christ.