Published November 4, 2016
CLOQUET, MINNESOTA– The Fond du Lac Tribal Community College English Department is calling for submissions to enter in the fifth edition of The Thunderbird Review, the college’s annual anthology of creative writing and art. The deadline for submissions is December 1, 2016.
Submission eligibility includes current students who are at least eighteen years old or Post-Secondary Enrollment Options students who are enrolled at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, University of Wisconsin-Superior, University of Minnesota-Duluth, College of St. Scholastica, or Lake Superior College, along with residents of Carlton, St. Louis, Lake, Aitkin, and Pine counties in Minnesota, and Ashland, Douglas, Bayfield, Burnett, Sawyer, and Washburn counties in Wisconsin.
Submissions must fall into one of four different categories: short fiction (1000 word maximum), memoir (1000 word maximum), poetry (three poems maximum and no more than three total pages), and artwork (three works maximum; any media, but art must be submitted in black and white as jpeg via email). Authors and artists may submit one entry per category. The Thunderbird Review selection committee will not accept work that has previously been published, is under consideration elsewhere, or has received an award.
Submitted works must be sent via email, and only email submissions will be accepted. Provide contact information including the submitter’s name, address, telephone number, email address, the title(s) of works being submitted, and a 50-word bio written in third person. The author’s name should not be on submitted manuscripts, although artwork may be signed. Writing entries should use Times New Roman size 12 font and be sent as an attachment in .doc or .docx format. Send submissions via email to [email protected].
All contributors selected for the final publication will receive one complimentary copy. Questions may be directed to Darci Schummer at [email protected].
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