Leaf Press Newborn Anthology

December 29, 2012
Splabman

From Leaf Press:

Newborn Anthology:

Leaf Press is gathering poems for an anthology about the newly born, the almost born, the journey in-between. We are interested in thresholds and liminal states; in moments that transcend global cultures. We welcome poems from all the continents, asking only that they be accompanied by a translation to English. We may be able to help, in some instances, with translations.

We are interested in thresholds and liminal states; in moments that transcend global cultures. We welcome poems from all the continents, asking only that they be accompanied by a translation to English. We may be able to help, in some instances, with translations.

Please send your poem to:

newborn.anthology@gmail.com
Subject Line: Newborns

or to:

Leaf Press
Box 416
Lantzville, B.C.
Canada V0R 2H0

We will accept poems that have been previously published. Poets must provide this information (publication, publishing house and date) as well as permission for us to reprint.

Leaf plans to publish the anthology in Spring 2014.
Deadline: January 30, 2013
Anthology Editors: Ann Graham Walker and Ursula Vaira

Selected poets will be paid a fee of $50.00 CAD plus a copy of the book.

We will keep these guidelines updated as the anthology begins to take shape.

Please do accept apologies if we have not answered your query for an update: everything around here gets done in order of priority … we plan to be caught up by November 30, 2012 (we apologize for being late).

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