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New Dos Gatos Anthology

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, December 13, 2012

Dos Gatos Press haiku/senryu/haiga anthology

http://dosgatospress.org/how-to-submit

Dos Gatos Press (publishers of the Texas Poetry Calendar) have got some new projects coming down the line, and the first of these is now open for submissions, a haiku/senryu/haiga anthology focused on the Southwest.  Poet Constance Campbell will co-edit this collection with Scott Wiggerman, and Penny Harter, co-author of The Haiku Handbook with her late husband, William J. Higginson, has agreed to write the preface (both Constance and Penny have lived in the Southwest, though Constance now lives in Tennessee and Penny in New Jersey). 

Each submission may consist of  up to 8 haiku/senryu and 3 haiga, but you are strongly encourage to read the complete guidelines, including “what we look for in haiku” before submitting: http://dosgatospress.org/how-to-submit#1  You need not be a resident of the Southwest to submit, so feel free to spread the word to others.  Submissions will remain open till January 15, 2013, and the anthology is expected to be ready late in 2013.  This anthology will be the first of a series of Southwest anthologies Dos Gatos will produce focused on different poetic forms.



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New Dos Gatos Anthology

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, December 13, 2012

Dos Gatos Press haiku/senryu/haiga anthology

http://dosgatospress.org/how-to-submit

Dos Gatos Press (publishers of the Texas Poetry Calendar) have got some new projects coming down the line, and the first of these is now open for submissions, a haiku/senryu/haiga anthology focused on the Southwest.  Poet Constance Campbell will co-edit this collection with Scott Wiggerman, and Penny Harter, co-author of The Haiku Handbook with her late husband, William J. Higginson, has agreed to write the preface (both Constance and Penny have lived in the Southwest, though Constance now lives in Tennessee and Penny in New Jersey). 

Each submission may consist of  up to 8 haiku/senryu and 3 haiga, but you are strongly encourage to read the complete guidelines, including “what we look for in haiku” before submitting: http://dosgatospress.org/how-to-submit#1  You need not be a resident of the Southwest to submit, so feel free to spread the word to others.  Submissions will remain open till January 15, 2013, and the anthology is expected to be ready late in 2013.  This anthology will be the first of a series of Southwest anthologies Dos Gatos will produce focused on different poetic forms.



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