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    Beltway Poetry Quarterly seeks Mid-Atlantic Poets for Special Issue honoring Langston Hughes http://washingtonart.com/beltway/about1.html Beltway Poetry
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      Beltway Poetry Quarterly seeks Mid-Atlantic Poets for Special Issue honoring Langston Hughes
      http://washingtonart.com/beltway/about1.html



      Beltway Poetry Quarterly seeks poems for a special themed issue celebrating the legacy of Langston Hughes, co-edited by Katy Richey and Kim Roberts. We seek contemporary poems written about Hughes's life, in the style of Hughes, or on themes Hughes explored in his writing. We will be reading ONLY during the month of June.


      To be eligible, authors must live or work in DC, MD, VA, WV, or DE. Poems may be previously published, but only if copyright has reverted to the author and the poem does not appear elsewhere on the web. Please read the guidelines carefully to ensure that your submission is not disqualified:


      • Poems must be received between June 1 and June 30
      • Only online submissions accepted; send to <beltwaypoetryquarterly(at)gmail.com> (replace (at) with @)


      • Up to 5 poems, any length, can be sent
      • Poems must be sent in the body of your email; no attachments will be opened
      • Poets must include full contact information (snail address, phones, e-address) and a one-paragraph bio


      All poets will be notified by the end of July. The Langston Hughes Tribute issue will be Volume 12:1, published January 1, 2011. The issue will be published in conjunction with Hughes's 109th birthday, and the 87th anniversary of his move to Washington, DC.


      Beltway Poetry Quarterly
      http://www.beltwaypoetry.com



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