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  • crwropps@aol.com
    With its 7th Issue just published H.O.D. (A Handful Of Dust) (http://hofd.wordpress.com) announces it is currently accepting submissions of UNPUBLISHED writing
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 5, 2012
      With its 7th Issue just published H.O.D. (A Handful Of Dust)
      (http://hofd.wordpress.com) announces it is currently accepting
      submissions of UNPUBLISHED writing for Issue Issue #8 (10/31/2012) and
      Issue #9 (02/14/2012). H.O.D. is mainly looking for UNPUBLISHED
      grit-lit poetry and short-short-short fiction/prose poetry (200
      words--1-2 paragraphs preferred) submitted in the body of an e-mail.

      Cut off date for #8 will be October 10th or so, but all submissions
      will be considered for either issue. While the dates of the next
      issues (Halloween and Valentine's Day) may suggest themes, H.O.D. will
      consider any subject and style, even poems about the first time you
      kissed a gal named Goldie on a pile of melting fun-size snickers as
      the constant doorbell and whines of spoiled children provided the
      soundtrack to your apocalyptic bliss.

      H.O.D. asks that you send 3-5 UNPUBLISHED poems in the body of an
      e-mail to <h.o.d.submissions(at)gmail.com>. no attachments. No
      Attachments. NO ATTACHMENTS. They will go unread. I make sure each
      poem is accurate when it goes to publish.

      H.O.D. is also seeking artwork for future issues. Black & White
      photography preferred. Gritty subject matter a plus. PREVIOUSLY
      PUBLISHED OKAY, just let me know who and when. Submit 3 pieces to
      h.o.d.submissions@... Low-res .jpeg Attachments preferred. If
      interested, H.O.D. will request higher-res copies.

      Website: http://hofd.wordpress.com
      E-Mail: <h.o.d.submissions(at)gmail.com> (replace (at) with @ in sending email)
      No written attachments. They will go unread.
      (It's why computer geeks gave us the gospels of Ctrl-A, Ctrl-C, and
      Ctrl-V (Preferably In That Order).)




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