People’s Ink writer Lois Ruskai Melina has been named a finalist for the New Letters Prize for the Essay. Her essay, “The Grammar of Untold Stories” was workshopped at the People’s Ink and has now been named to this prestigious list. To see all the authors and all the awards, click here. Congratulations, Lois!
Below is a call for submissions from Situate Magazine.
Situate, a nomadic online quarterly highlighting the work of local creatives, seeks submissions from residents of Portland (OR). We accept a wide variety of media, including investigative reports, essays, interviews (audio or video), memoir, short fiction, poetry, comics, photo essays, music videos, and tiny films. If your medium is not listed feel free to propose what you love.
Our publication exists to help break down the barriers of stereotyping and judgment through presenting the undeniable humanity and relatability of a diverse range of people. We strive to further readers’ natural curiosity, and stretch their perspectives on what it is to be human. If you think that your work fits with this intention, please pitch us your ideas. We look forward to hearing them. http://www.situatemagazine.com/submission-guidelines
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Kezia Wineberg Founder, Editorial Director SITUATE Magazine (email@example.com)