The Fall/Winter 2016 issue will have a historical theme. Whether it's a nostalgic look back at being young in the 1960s,
an 19th century seafaring yarn, or a chivalric tale set in the Middle Ages, we want to read it.
Send submissions with "Historical" in the subject header to firstname.lastname@example.org (fiction)
or email@example.com (memoir). We will also consider poetry with a historical setting.
Deadline is August 30.
Our Myths & Legends poetry chapbook release will be Sunday, July 17, 1pm at the East Picnic Grounds in Como Park.
The East Picnic Grounds are near Midway Pkwy and Hamline Avenue in St. Paul.
Join us in this bucolic setting to take in a few poems from the chapbook. Everyone welcome!
Our current issue, Spring/Summer 2016, features a special Nature Poetry section.
In its pages you will also find a memoir involving a Paris gangster, fiction featuring Boundary Waters campers,
mental asylums and Paul Robeson, a thoughtful take on writing workshops by Margaret Hasse, the whacked out
grand finale Justin Teerlinck's "Bingo in Bedlam", and a tribute to Joy of Cooking. Enjoy!
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