Submissions Being Taken for A&M-Kingsville Literary Magazine Writer’s Bloc
KINGSVILLE - February 02, 2009
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Submissions are being accepted for the 2009 edition of Writer’s Bloc, an annual literary and art publication produced by the students of Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Students and the public are invited to submit short stories, poetry, essays and interviews with persons in the arts. Artwork submissions will be accepted primarily from students, with a few A&M-Kingsville staff, alumni and the public accepted.
Writer’s Bloc started in the 1980s as a black and white publication with contributions from writers and artists from A&M-Kingsville only. It ceased production in 1991 before being revived in 1999 by interested students, citizens and faculty. In 2002, the publication went to full color and began soliciting writers via the national Poet’s Market resource guide.
- Prose should be eight pages or less, double-spaced and sent electronically or saved on a CD.
- Poetry should be 100 lines or fewer.
- Artwork should be photographed or scanned, and the images saved on a CD.
- Submissions must be accompanied by a submission form, firmly attached. Forms can be found in Fore Hall, room 110 (Connie Salgado, administrative assistant), room 201B (Dr. Cathy Downs, associate professor) and room 201D (Diana Borse, lecturer). Those offices will all accept submissions as well.
Submissions will be accepted through late February.
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