- Doug Cloud gave a presentation titled “Strategies for Concealing and Revealing Animus in Public Arguments About LGBTQ People” at After Marriage: A Conference Organized by CLAGS, The Center for LGBTQ Studies (CUNY) in New York, New York.
- The Academy of American Poets has posted three of Mary Crow’s translations of the Argentine poet Olga Orozco on their website, Poets.org: Song of Berenice, II; Ballad of Forgotten Places; and It Comes in Every Storm. These translations are from her book, Engravings Torn from Insomnia: Poems by Olga Orozco (Boa Editions, Inc.).
The inaugural Fort Collins Books Fest: Brewin’ Up Books! is a FREE, one-day public literary festival bringing attention to the expansiveness of Fort Collins’ craft brewing culture through books and authors involved with beer, coffee, tea, and more. With over 40 speakers, readings, panels, and workshops, there is sure to be something for just about everyone. http://www.focobookfest.org/
Greyrock Review: Get your work published!
Fiction: 5,000 word limit, format should be double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman or Galibri fonts. Two pieces of your best work may be submitted.
Nonfiction: 5,000 word limit, format should be double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman or Calibri fonts. Two pieces of your best work may be submitted.
Poetry: Up to 5 poems may be submitted, each poem should be placed on a separate page in a single document. If poems have a visual formatting component, please use Adobe PDF files. Otherwise, Word (.doc files) are preferred.
Visual Arts: Any visual art form is accepted, excluding video. Please photography your work and submit digitally. 300 dpi and CMYK colored .TIFF file is preferred.
Submissions accepted from October 3, 2016 – December 16, 2016