Polk Street Review seeks writers, artists, and musicians to contribute to the 2018 edition of The Polk Street Review
The Polk Street Review is an annual anthology that celebrates Noblesville with three categories: images, song lyrics/poetry, and prose. There is one simple rule for submissions: they must be either submitted by people with a connection to Noblesville or the submission content must be connected to Noblesville.
The popular anthology was originally founded in 2011 by two Noblesville authors, Kurt A. Meyer and Bill Kenley, who continue to be involved as consultants, authors, and fundraisers; Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc. (LSS), an all-volunteer 501c3 nonprofit cultural arts organization, took over publication in 2017. The book launch in February is one of LSS’s annual Signature Events, and they look forward to the 2018 The Polk Street Review book launch celebration on February 24, 2018, where Ribbon Prizes will be awarded for:
Merit Award (Best in Book), 1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place, and (2) Honorable Mentions.
The theme for the 2018 edition is Fact or Fiction ~ YOU Decide ~ the “YOU” is YOUR READER ~ keep ‘em guessing! Deadline for submissions is December 31, 2017.
Books may be pre-ordered here: https://squareup.com/store/LSS/item/pre-order-editon-the-polk-street-review
Callout and Entry Form can be found on our website: http://loganstreetsanctuary.org/the-polk-street-review
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