Calling on poets, storytellers, memoirists and essayists — it is CLOVER time!
We need your submissions now for our December book. Follow the link to Submittables to file yours there. Easy to do. The only question remains, Why not?
By your submission, you are supporting yourself as an artist and the literary community which needs support. Good insightful writing is resistance against the status quo.
Our closing date for December publication is September 30. Get crackin’! And get your submission to Clover today.
I am in Brussels where fall has settled in. In the park across the street trees are changing shades of green to autumn rusts. Rain falls at a steady pace–the perfect day to read submissions. I am hoping one of them is yours.
At 4 PM on Sunday, September 27th at Village Books in Bellingham, Washington, Clover, A Literary Rag features poetry and stories found in our latest edition.
In alphabetical order, we will present: James Bertolino, Nancy Canyon, Christine Clarke, Larry Crist, Denise duMaurier, Susan Chase Foster, Paul Hunter, Laurel Leigh, Michael Dylan Welch, Richard Widerkehr, and J. Jamiesen Woods.
Looking to submit for our December edition? Follow the link!
Submissions are OPEN at Clover, A Literary Rag.
Poetry Stories Memoir slice — For stories and memoir please keep the word count under 3,000. To submit your work go here. Deadline is September 30, 2015.
Everything is connected.
From Pierre de Ronsard (who didn’t live to be all that old)
When you are old, at evening candlelit,
Beside the fire bending to your wool
Read out my verse and murmur, “Ronsard writ
This praise for me when I was beautiful.”
–Sonnets pour Helene, I, 43