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Literary magazine seeks submissions

Literary magazine seeks submissions

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11.16.2004Admin, Faculty & StaffArts & EntertainmentCurriculum Programs

Sanford,rn NC — The literary magazine of Central Carolina Communityrn College (CCCC), Red Clay Review, is now accepting poetryrn and prose submissions from residents in the college servicern area. Residents of Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties, currentrn or former students, faculty, and staff are encouraged torn submit writing for consideration between now and Februaryrn 1. The magazine’s inaugural issue will be availablern the beginning of April.

rn “rn We are looking for interesting and unique voices in fiction,rn nonfiction, and poetry,” says member of the editorialrn board Hillary Hall, CCCC English Instructor.

rn The new literary magazine seeks to publish a variety ofrn voices from those both within and around the college itself.rn Instructors who have wanted to encourage students’ writingrn and publishing of unique or interesting prose pieces arern excited to have this opportunity to get their students’ voicesrn and views out into the community. People who may have keptrn journal entries or poems to themselves may find a localrn magazine receptive to their literary expressions.

rn Submission guidelines for the Red Clay Review include prosern submissions limited to 1,500 words typed and double spaced;rn poetry is limited to 3 submissions; the name, address,rn phone number, and approximate word count should be in thern upper left of the first page of each submission; electronicrn submissions are preferred, but are not required.

rn To submit your prose or poetry contact Joy Hewett (jhewett@cccc.edu)rn in Chatham County; contact Deborah Doolittle (ddoolittle@cccc.edu)rn in Harnett County; and Lars Hamilton (lhamilton@cccc.edu)rn in Lee County.

rn For more information, contact Ty Stumpf (919-718-9242)rn or Dean Roughton (910-893-9101, extension 253)