Submissions are open for Storm
Long before and long after the tempest of The Tempest, the typhoon of Conrad’s Typhoon, Zora Neale Hurston’s hurricane in Their Eyes Were Watching God, the blizzard of Orhan Pamuk’s Snow and the tornado that blew Dorothy to OZ, storms have raged through literature. They have been plot points, settings, themes, atmosphere, metaphors and characters. Send us your best stories of approximately 50 words that feature or reference a storm.
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No poetry, bios, or attachments, please. Submissions open June1st, 2022 through July15th, 2022. No Fees. Timely response.
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