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Call for Submissions Split This Rock Poem of the Week

Call for Submissions
Split This Rock Poem of the Week

Open to Split This Rock Festival Attendees & Presenters

Submit by June 19, 2016
We are now accepting submissions for
Split This Rock’s Poem of the Week Series
that publishes a contemporary poem online each week.

Submit up to 3 poems via Submittable by June 19, 2016.

Who Can Submit: This call is only open to poets who attended and/or presented at Split This Rock Poetry Festival: Poems of Provocation & Witness 2016 AND who do not yet appear in The Quarry: A Social Justice Poetry Database — the anthology of poems of provocation and witness at Split This Rock’s website.
 
We are especially interested in 
themes currently under-represented in The Quarry, poems on themes such as (but not limited to) Indigenous life and resistance, disability issues, working class issues, poverty and inequality, international perspectives, transgender and genderqueer themes.
We’re also looking for socially engaged poems of provocation and witness, poems on topics such as (but not limited to) identity, community, civic engagement, politics, economics, government, war, leadership, education, activism, history, Americana, and cultural icons.

Read the full list of guidelines at Split This Rock’s website or Submittable page.

Accessibility: If Submittable is not accessible to you, please contact us at info@splitthisrock.org for instructions on how to e-mail your submission. It is important that we know about your situation before receiving your mailed or emailed entry. Please allow sufficient time for your submission to be received.

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