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Deadline: June 30, 2011
PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT YOU: AN ANTHOLOGY OF NEW GAY AND LESBIAN POETRY
Edited by Shane Allison to be published in Fall 2011.
I am looking for poems that celebrate and question, meditate and intimate, argue and reconcile contemporary queer identity. Whether you write about coming out, sexuality, politics, growing up gay, civil rights, discrimination, love and relationships, same-sex marriages, erotica or serving in the military, I want to read about it and share it with others who want to read it as well.
I want everything from performance poetry to the academic, from traditional forms to the experimental.
I am open either to unpublished work, or work that was published since 2000 (this would include work originally published in a magazine or anthology before 2000, which was later collected in a book published after 2000).
I welcome queer voices from outside the US. This anthology is open to previously published work, but it is the poet’s responsibility to secure permission to reprint the poem.
Submit 5 to 10 of your best poems so long as queer content is relevant.
1. Title file with the initials of the anthology and author’s last name.
2. Include your name, your mailing address, your email address, and a bio.
3. Submit your work by email, as an attachment in rtf format, to email@example.com
4. IF POEMS HAVE PREVIOUSLY BEEN PUBLISHED, PLEASE INCLUDE IN YOUR DOCUMENT WHERE AND WHEN AND MAKE SURE YOU HOLD THE RIGHTS TO YOUR WORK.
Deadline: June 30, 2011.
Payment will be two copies of the anthology per contributor.
About the editors:
Shane Allison is the anthologist of nine books, including HOT COPS: GAY EROTIC STORIES, BACKDRAFT: FIREMAN EROTICA, COLLEGE BOYS: GAY EROTIC STORIES, BRIEF ENCOUNTERS, AFTERNOON PLEASURES: EROITC STORIES FOR GAY COUPLES and the author of a poetry collection SLUT MACHINE. His work has appeared in MISSISSIPPI REVIEW, NEW DELTA REVIEW, I DO/I DON’T: QUEERS ON MARRIAGE, GENTS, BADBOYS AND BARBARIANS 2 and the chapbook I WANT TO EAT CHINESE FOOD OFF YOUR ASS (Propaganda Press.)
About the publisher:
Rebel Satori Press is an independent publisher of books on experimental spirituality and revolutionary personal transformation. Founded in 2001, Rebel Satori has published the ground-breaking and award winning journal Ashé! Starting in 2007, the press began developing full-length works from the journal’s family of authors. The press publishes books on diverse topics ranging from Buddhism to western esotericism.
In 2009, the press launched it’s first specialty imprint, since then QueerMojo has published cutting edge works of literary fiction, non-fiction and poetry for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgendered communities. QueerMojo has quickly become one of the nation’s leading GLBT publishers. Rebel Satori and its imprint publish new/experimental fiction, creative/inspirational non-fiction and inspired poetry.