Submissions are now accepted for the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild’s Pandemic Anthology. This special anthology will showcase new poetry and prose (fiction and creative non-fiction) written by SWG members about life during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Those submitting must be a Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild member: both SK-based members and out-of-province associate members (individual) are welcome.
This anthology will showcase the diverse talents of SWG members. We welcome submissions by both established and emerging writers and encourage all submitting writers to self-declare if they identify as a writer of a marginalized cultural community (i.e. Black, Indigenous or Person of Colour).
All submissions must relate to our theme: life during a pandemic. This does not mean that you must use the words pandemic, Coronavirus or COVID-19 in your submission but your writing should be influenced by and reflect life during this unique time.
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The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, February 16, 2021, at midnight.
All contributors, regardless of genre, will be paid $50 per page, to a maximum of $250.
Pandemic Anthology Editors:
Managing & Prose Editor:
Dave Margoshes is a poet and fiction writer who's been active in the Saskatchewan writing community for over 30 years. He's appeared six times in Best Canadian Stories and been a Journey Prize finalist. Among his many books are Bix's Trumpet and Other Stories, which was a Saskatchewan Book Awards Book of the Year, and A Book of Great Worth named one of Amazon.Ca's top hundred books for 2012. He's taught creative writing and led workshops at various locations, and for various age groups, and been both a writer in residence and a mentor several times.
Associate Poetry Editor:
Courtney Bates-Hardy is the author of House of Mystery (2016) and a chapbook titled Sea Foam (JackPine Press, 2013). She has been published in Room, Carousel, This Magazine, and the Canadian Medical Association Journal, among others. She lives on Treaty 4 territory in Regina with her partner and their cat. During the pandemic, she has been baking a lot of bread, working on her knitting skills, and attending many Zoom readings.
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