CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: "Vending Machine: Poetry for Change" volume 2


The Poet’s Haven is seeking submissions inspired by the following quote:

“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” — Mahatma Gandhi

This is for the next “Vending Machine” anthology that will be released at a special Poet’s Haven show this November 19th, in conjunction with the “Poetic Provisions” food-drive. This event will be held at Sonnets Cafe in Wadsworth and will feature the music of Glass Audrey and the poetry of Andrew Tobias Line and Shelly Gracon-Nagy. Copies of “Vending Machine: Poetry for Change” volume 2 will be given FREE to anyone who brings a non-perishable food donation to the event. Donations are being collected for the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank.

THE RULES & GUIDELINES:

POEM SUBMISSIONS MUST BE LESS THAN 60 LINES. Poems under 30 lines are recommended. Story and essay submissions must be under 500 words.

Submissions must be received by October 18th!

SUBMISSIONS MUST FIT THE THEME!!! If you can’t take the time to read the theme, we won’t waste time considering your work.

As this is a charity project to benefit the Akron-Canton Foodbank, we are unable to provide contributor copies.

Submissions should be e-mailed to VendingMachine[at]PoetsHaven.com.

While this is a Poet’s Haven publication, this project is separate from the PoetsHaven.com online galleries and The Poet’s Haven Chapbook Series. Submissions for this project MUST be made to the above listed e-mail address, NOT to the online galleries. Authors retain the right to have their submissions published elsewhere, as long as the other publishers do not require first-time or exclusive rights. Previously published material is acceptable though discouraged.

This anthology will also be published as a free e-book download in 2012.

SPACE IS LIMITED, NOT EVERY SUBMISSION CAN BE PUBLISHED.


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  • VertigoXX

    Slight edit: The location of November 19th’s “Vending Machine: Poetry for Change” event must be changed due to a scheduling conflict. The new location will hopefully be confirmed tomorrow.

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