OPA seeks anthology entries

  • Wednesday, April 10, 2019 1:30am
  • Life

Olympic Peninsula Authors is now accepting prose and poetry submissions for its next publication, “In the Words of Olympic Peninsula Authors, Volume 3.” Submissions are open now through June 1.

This series of high-quality, trade-size paperbacks is produced in print and Kindle format by OPA founders Heidi Hansen and Linda B. Myers. This new volume will be available in the autumn both online and at local retailers and festival events. The book is an anthology of poetry and prose by writers who are from — or write about — the Olympic Peninsula.

If your submission is selected, you will have multiple pages in the book, be featured at a launch party and have the opportunity to read your submission to an audience. You also will have a traditionally published credit.

Submission details are: Prose of no more than 5,000 words, including short stories, essays, memoirs or articles. Poetry may be a selection of several short or multi-page poems. If a submission is accepted, a production fee of $40 will be charged, which includes one free book with the retail value of $20. There is no fee to submit.

For submission details or other questions, email olympicpeninsula authors@gmail.com.

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