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    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 11, 2012
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      > Submissions are open for the next issue of qarrtsiluni, edited by
      > Sherry Chandler and David Cazden. They’re asking for submissions on
      > the theme of Animals in the City:
      > "Squirrels, pigeons, cockroaches, bats, rats, hawks: these are a few
      > of the animals that have adapted themselves to urban and suburban
      > life. Skunks and raccoons have been seen walking city streets. Even
      > bears raid city garbage cans in hard times. Song birds have adapted to
      > the noise of the city by singing louder than their country kin. They
      > make themselves heard over the semis and the sirens.
      > "We are looking for poems, essays, stories, images, and multimedia
      > works that deal with the city’s wildlife, both in harmony and in
      > conflict with their human neighbors. But please don’t send us works
      > explicitly about evil human predators. If humans inhabit your pieces,
      > let it be in relationship to our cousins in the kingdom Animalia."
      > As always, please use our submissions form (via Submittable) and be
      > sure to study the general guidelines there:
      > http://qarrtsiluni.submittable.com/submit
      > Submissions close September 30, and the issue will begin to appear on
      > the site after the current "Fragments" issue is concluded in late
      > October or early November.
      > *
      > Qarrtsiluni http://qarrtsiluni.com is an online literary magazine with
      > a daily publication pattern (including an audio podcast) and regular
      > themes. More than 800 authors and artists from around the world have
      > appeared in its virtual pages since September 2005.

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