Call for Submissions — 3

I write short stories based on southern themes.  Here is a list of literary magazines that publish southern-themed works. 

Clapboard House — invites undergraduate short story submissions as well as undergraduate poetry submissions for its annual Best of the House Short Story Contest.  

Muscadine Lines: A Southern Journal — a place for emerging and established writers to publish their works.  (Two of my works are published here–“Grandpa’s Courtship” and “The Fear of My Father”).

New South — We are not accepting regular submissions of poetry, fiction, or nonfiction until September.  We are, however, reading submissions for our “Short Prose, Long Poem Issue.”

Southern Poetry Review — welcomes previously unpublished poetry submissions from all writers. We consider poems published online or posted there as “previously published” work. Please indicate simultaneous submissions. We read year-round and respond within three months. Send 5-7 poems (10 pp. max) and include an SASE for reply. Manuscripts will be returned only if sufficient postage is included. We cannot accept electronic mail submissions. SPR accepts no responsibility for the delay, damage or loss of manuscripts.

Storysouth accepts unsolicited submissions of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction during two submission periods annually: March 15-June 15 and August 15-December 15.

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About Katrina Parker Williams

Katrina Parker Williams teaches English composition and grammar at a community college. She is a Barton College graduate with a B.S. in Communications and a Masters of Education in English from East Carolina University. She is also the author of a fictional novel titled Liquor House Music. Her works have appeared in Charlotte Viewpoint, Muscadine Lines, Usadeepsouth, and on the Wilson Community College website. Her writings have recently been published at The Saints’ Placenta and All Things Girl and is forthcoming in Dead Mule School of Southern Literature and Muscadine Lines.
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