Hayden’s Ferry Review Says “We Want Short Forms!”

November 1, 2010 § 1 Comment


From the HFR Folks:

Hayden’s Ferry Review is calling for flash fiction, prose poetry and short essays on/about/exploring these forms for our Spring/Summer 2011 issue. Our special focus on short forms is designed to explore and celebrate big achievements in small spaces.

In addition to this general call for short forms, we’re also asking writers to respond to the issue’s cover image, a photograph taken by artist Christian Houge on the island of Svalbard. Responses to the image should be in either prose poetry or flash fiction forms. HFR editors will select one of each genre to be printed on the inside of our Spring/Summer issue’s cover.

To see the cover image and learn more about this submission call visit: http://www.asu.edu/piper/publications/haydensferryreview/news.html

The submission deadline is December 15th. / Hayden’s Ferry Review pays its contributors.

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