Raven Chronicles Seeks Submissions

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RAVEN NOTES, June 17, 2010

The Raven Chronicles publishes work which reflects the cultural diversity of the Pacific Northwest, Canada, and other areas of America. We promote art, literature and the spoken word for an audience that is hip, literate, funny, informed, and lives in a society that has a multicultural sensibility. We publish fiction, talk art/spoken word, poetry, essays, reflective articles, reviews, interviews and contemporary art. We look for work that reflects the author’s experiences, perceptions and insights.
We seek uncommon poetry, fiction, essays, reviews, b/w art, interviews.
We publish work by emerging and veteran writers.All work submitted must include a SASE (or we cannot return your work or reply to your submissions).International submissions are welcome via e-mail to editors@ravenchronicles.org.
Cover letters should contain your contact information. Send BRIEF bios with submission.
We sometimes publish previously published work: inquire about it.

Submissions for Volume 16, No 1:
Theme: Matters of the Spirit; Faith; Grace; Religious or Spiritual beliefs; Nature and Meaning of life.
Deadline for submissions: July 1 through August 1, 2010.

Editors for this issue: Anna Bálint. Non-Fiction editor:
Kathleen Alcalá & Stephanie Lawyer: Fiction editors; Thomas Hubbard: Poetry Editor.

2. READINGS/TALKS IN July, 2010:
Readings by:
Wish You Were There! Essayists Tiffany Midge, Priscilla Long & Jeannie Berwick.
Poetry from Peter Ludwin.
Cultural Geography: Anna Balint
Food & Culture: Tina Schumann
In Memoriam: Readings by JT Stewart and Judith Roche
Nature Writing: Cal Kinnear
MC: Michael Hureaux Perez
July, 26th, Monday: 7-9:30 p.m.,
Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Avenue.
Free to $5, sliding scale
Co-sponsored by Richard Hugo House.
Partially supported by grants from 4Culture and the City of Seattle, Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.

Raven Chronicles
Mailing Address:
12346 Sand Point Way N.E.
Seattle, WA 98125
Office Address:
909 N.E. 43rd St., #205
Seattle, WA 98105

About Splabman

Poet/interviewer Paul Nelson: Founded: SPLAB (Seattle Poetics LAB) & the Cascadia Poetry Festival Wrote: American Sentences (2015), A Time Before Slaughter (2010) and Organic in Cascadia: A Sequence of Energies (Lumme Editions, Brazil, 2013). His 2015 interview with José Kozer was published in 2016 (Ranchos Press) as Tiovivo Tres Amigos. Interviewed: Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, Joanne Kyger, Robin Blaser, Anne Waldman, Ed Sanders, Diane di Prima, Nate Mackey, George Bowering, Brenda Hillman, among others and is engaged in a 20 year bioregional cultural investigation of Cascadia, including the festival, a MOOC (Innovative Cascadia Poetry), interviews with Cascadia poets indigenous elders and activists, and the anthology Make It True: Poetry From Cascadia. Paul is co-editor of that anthology as well as 56 Days of August the poetry postcard anthology and writes an American Sentence daily. *MOOC = Massive Open Online Course
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