Thursday, March 09, 2006

Calling all fiction writers...

Hey chicas,
Just a quick holla at all you fiction writers out there, just ITCHING to be published: Check out this fabulous opportunity from ColorLines magazine! Talk to you soon, girls...

ColorLines, the national newsmagazine on race and politics, is proud to announce its first issue devoted to fiction!
We're looking for short stories and novel excerpts written by people of color. We are specifically interested in fiction that addresses the themes of race, politics, immigration and culture. We are open to a range of genres including fantasy, literary stories, crime, and mystery.
July 15, 2006
Your submission should be between 3,000 and 5,000 words. Send it as an electronic version (as a Microsoft Word attachment or rich text file) to The subject line of your email should read: SUBMISSION and your full name. The piece should not have been previously published. Let us know if you're submitting it simultaneously to other publications.
$100 plus two copies of the magazine.
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Anonymous Fo'Real in Los Angeles said...

I just bought the latest issue about two weeks ago. Since I'm in a doctoral program, I don't do much fiction writing but I will pass this info. along. Good looking out Tia.

4:09 PM  
Anonymous Maria Palma said...

Hi Tia,

Thanks for sharing this with me - as a writer (and a woman of color), I love to collaborate with other creative people with whom I share a common bond.

LOVE your blog - will definitely check out your book!

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4:05 AM  
Blogger cynikalone said...

Did I see you in a commercial????

lol, it's been forever since I've been here...have to play catch up!

I'm sure I saw you in a commercial!

5:46 PM  
Blogger UnKnownDiva said...

Thanks Tia for the info. I've recently started writing again and could use this as a stepping stone.



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