Saturday, 2 August 2014

Call for Entries

People die everyday in different parts of the world. It is often painful to lose someone very special to you. Anyway, death is a necessary evil that seems to make everyone equal: all paths lead to the grave.
Now if you have written, or wish to write a poem on the theme of death, you can send your poem(s) for this anthology. 

The title of the anthology is The Rape of Death. It will contain the poems of 100 poets from different parts of the world. OpeyemiOjatula, Samuel Oluwatobi Olatunji, and Melody Kuku will be the editors. The trio are students of the Department of English, University of Lagos, Nigeria. 
We seek poems that explore the theme of death. What does death mean to you? How does it feel to lose someone special?
Send up to 6 poems of not more than 100 lines each in a single word file (.doc/docx). Please send your submission to any of the emails below:
Subject of the email: Title of poem(s), separated by a comma if more than one; full name; and country of residence.
All poems must be in English, Times New Roman, point 12. Send a short bio, written in the third-person pronoun, of not more than hundred words in the body of your email, but your poems should be attached to the email.
If your poem(s) is (are) accepted, we will send a contributor's copy of the anthology to your email. The anthology should be out be January 2015.
Submission Deadline: 28/09/2014

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