Anamchara Books Still Calling for Submissions for Upcoming Book, Holy Earth Posted by Anamchara Books on August 19, 2011, 11:30 am
[Update: Thank you to everyone who sent submissions in for the book. The submission deadline has now passed and decisions will be made by October 15th.]
The editors at Anamchara Books are extending the period during which they are accepting submissions for our upcoming book, Holy Earth, a book that celebrates the sacredness of the Earth, the ways in which God's mystery is revealed through the natural world, and our call as people of faith to care for our planet as we care for each other. The new deadline for all submissions is October 1, 2011. All editorial decisions will be made by October 15.
This means that Anamchara Books is still calling for submissions of written material (poetry, essays, short fiction), photography, or visual artwork for its new title, Holy Earth, scheduled for release in December 2011.
If we decide to include your submission in Holy Earth, you'll hear from Anamchara Books with a formal contract. If your submission has not been selected, you will receive notice of the decision via e-mail. All contributors whose submissions are selected for inclusion in Holy Earth, will receive a byline printed with their work within the book. Each contributor will also receive 2 free books and the option to buy additional books at 50% off the list price of $24.99.
To submit material for Holy Earth, e-mail your work as a Word document attachment or a high-resolution JPG attachment to info@AnamcharaBooks.com, putting "Holy Earth Submission" in the subject line. Make sure to include contact information and your full name. Submissions must be your original work. Multiple submissions from a single contributor will be considered.
Prose submissions should be less than 2000 words.
Photography and artwork will be set on an 8.5 by 8.5 inch page.
In producing Holy Earth, Anamchara Books' goal is to deepen our awareness of the relationship between God, the Earth, and each other. Together, we can spread the word: Our Earth is holy.
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