Posted by: Kathy Temean | October 18, 2012

Anthology – Call For Submissions


ENTRY FEE:  $20 for prose, $15 for poetry.

Contest and Call for Submissions: Anthology

Editors: Kate Farrell, Linda Joy Myers, Amber Lea Starfire

Where were you in the 60s and 70s? Seeking women with telltale stories of that extraordinary era for a unique anthology: Times They Were A-Changing: Women Remember the 60s and 70s. Prizes will be awarded to the top three works, though all entries are eligible for publication.

First Prize:  $300, publication, and 5 copies of the anthology

Second Prize:  $150, publication, and 3 copies of the anthology

Third Prize:  $75, publication, and 2 copies of the anthology.

Deadline: January 15, 2013.

Submission Guidelines

    • Submission period: September 1, 2012 – January 15, 2013 (deadline)
    • Prose: 2,500 words maximum
    • Poetry: no maximum
    • All entries must be proofread and edited for clarity and mechanics of style
    • All submissions must be new material for publication, no reprints
    • Only ONE submission in each category (prose & poetry) per author
    • Editors reserve the right to choose pieces based on appropriateness of subject, writing technique and style
    • Minor editing for length or clarity should be expected
    • Authors will be notified by April 15, 2013

Submissions will be accepted only through our
online submission form.

Do not include your name or any identifying/contact information in the body of your uploaded document.

We’ll ask for your contact information and bio in separate fields on the submission form. The contest is being judged “blind.” This means that if you include identifying information anywhere in the document, your submission will be automatically disqualified from the contest; however, the piece will still be considered and eligible for publication.

By submitting your piece you agree, if selected for prizes and/or publication, to grant anthology editors nonexclusive rights to print, publish, reproduce, distribute and license the piece as part of the anthology; you will retain copyright to your piece.

Good Luck to all you nostalgic psychedelic hippies!

Talk Tomorrow,



  1. What a great subject! I especially love the artwork! How colorful 🙂


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