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Writers, photographers invited to submit work for annual journal

September 16, 2004

Writers of fiction and poetry, and photographers are encouraged to submit work to The Antietam Review for consideration. Editorial staff are preparing for publication of the Review as it enters its 23rd year of publication.

The Antietam Review is a literary and photography journal published annually by the Washington County Arts Council. It publishes short fiction, poetry, and black and white photographs that have not been published previously. Works chosen for publication bring their creators an award of $25 to $100.

The Review's editorial board seeks fiction of 5,000 words or less, with a preference for short stories. Excerpts from longer works will be considered if they work as an independent piece. Additionally, essays, interviews, memoirs and book reviews also are considered. Individual writers may submit only one work of prose for consideration. Poetry submissions should be of 30 or fewer lines. Poets may submit up to three works for consideration. Photographers may submit up to three black-and-white works for consideration. Electronic submissions are not accepted for consideration. All submissions should be accompanied by a brief biography of the submitter, along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope.

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Deadline for prose and poetry is Wednesday, Dec. 1. Deadline for photography is Thursday, March 31. Submissions may be addressed to Antietam Review, 41 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown, MD 21740. For a copy of complete submission guidelines, send e-mail to antietamreview@washingtoncountyarts.com.

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