People’s Ink writer Kristin Bork has been published! Kristin’s work is appearing in the recently released War Stories 2016, an anthology of works that explore the effects of war on veterans, their loved ones, and civilians. Further information about the anthology can be found here. Congratulations, Kristin!
The Golden Key, a bi-annual journal of speculative and literary writing, is seeking submissions for its 7th issue. The theme of the issue is “Resurrected Things”; full submission guidelines can be found here. For those who might be visually inclined, The Golden Key is also seeking an illustrator for Issue 7. Interested parties can query
For the second year in a row, Multnomah County Library is looking to purchase excellent self-published work to add to our catalog. Multnomah County Library wants to read your book! From October 11 to December 15, 2016, the library will accept submissions from local authors who would like to see their books added to the library’s
People’s Ink writer Simone Parker will have a public reading next week at The Poetry Foundation in Chicago! The event is called The Open Door and it features a professor of poetry and one of their current or recent students. Simone has been chosen to read alongside Professor Joshua Corey on Tuesday, October 18th. You can find more details about the event
Thomas J Turner’s supernatural gangster novel, 96 Shades of Dead, will be produced as an audio book, available in December on Amazon, iTunes, and Audible. 30 year veteran voice actor and producer James Reposa, a record producer based in Branson Mo., will be the leading narrator, along with a female voice
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