We are looking for Indigenous writers and artists for our next anthology
Latitude 46 Publishing is looking for Indigenous creative nonfiction and fiction short stories, prose, poetry, song, photo and visual artwork for its next anthology.
Darlene Naponse will be working as editor with Latitude 46 Publishing to publish an open anthology sharing words and imagery that explores the theme of community in relation to Indigenous time that has passed, time that is now and time that comes.
The call for submissions is open to self-identifying Indigenous writers. Anthology will be published in fall 2019.
Fiction genres accepted include: speculative fiction, science fiction, dark fiction, futurism, superhero fiction, science fantasy, horror, utopian and dystopian fiction and fantasy.
We are seeking original work up to 6,000 words, up to four poems/songs or two photos/drawings per submission. Please include a short bio (100 words) with your submission.
If you are an oral storyteller or if you require special assistance in transforming/translating your story, please contact Darlene Naponse at firstname.lastname@example.org– subject Latitude 46, Transforming/Translating.
Publication is scheduled for Fall 2019. There is no fee to submit your story. Payment for publication is $150.
Submit through the online portal at www.latitude46publishing.com. Include contact information, (full, name, mailing address, and email address) on the first page of all submissions. Fiction and creative nonfiction submissions must be double-spaced and numbered. For fiction and creative nonfiction, please include the word count on the first page of your submission. For questions, contact email@example.com
Deadline for submissions is Friday February 8th, 2019.
About the editor:
Darlene Naponse is an Ojibway woman from Atikameksheng Anishnawbek, Northern Ontario, Canada. She is a writer, director, and video artist.
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The Sudbury Star
Thursday March 22 2018
By Keith Dempsey
In an effort to commemorate Canada’s 150th anniversary, editors Karen McCauley and Laura Stradiotto wanted to capture Northern Ontario and its experiences.
At the same time, they wanted to take into account the controversies and criticism surrounding Canada’s 150th birthday.
In 150 Years Up North And More, they think they have done both. (more…)