The Little Patuxent Review Seeks Social Justice Submissions
The Little Patuxent Review invites poets, writers and visual artists of all hues and cultural corners to respond to the call for submissions on the theme of Social Justice. Tell us what it is tell it like it is. In the context of our upcoming Winter 2012 issue, we are looking for well-crafted work that explores principles of equality and justice, meditates upon and values human rights or touches on the dignity of every human being. Truth Thomas, working with Editor Laura Shovan, serves as our guest editor for the issue.
The submissions period extends from August 1 to November 1, 2011.
You may submit one piece of prose no longer than 3500 words, up to five poems or up to six images. All submissions must be identified with the genre of the submission, the submitter's name and pseudonym (if any), the word count (if applicable), and complete contact information.
Poetry and prose must be typed using a standard, legible font (i.e, the equivalent of 12-point Times New Roman) with flush-left margins and submitted as a .doc, .docx, .pdf, .rtf, or .txt electronic file.
Artwork and photography must be submitted either as .jpeg or .tif files no larger than 5mb.
For full guidelines, go here.