Once again, Sin Fronteras is hosting a reading in conjunction with Las Cruces’ For Love of Art Month. Members and friends of Sin Fronteras will be reading on Saturday afternoon, February 24. Thirteen local poets will read. Michael Mandel will be the M.C.
Join us at the Branigan Cultural Center, 501 N. Main Street, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
This year’s issue of Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders Journal has just gone to the printer. We, the editors and production team, are excited about this year’s mix of pieces. We’ll say more about it when we get the new image up.
Copies for contributors should be on their way by early March.
The submissions period for our 2018 issue of Sin Fronteras Journal (#22) ends in one week, on Friday, June 30 (by 12:00 midnight, mountain time, to our email, or postmarked on June 30 for snail mail.
If you’ve been thinking about sending us something now is the time to act.
See the Submissions page and the previous post for all the information you need on what and how. We’ve seen some good material coming in, but we are eager for more.
Sin Fronteras Journal is accepting submissions now, until June 30. There’s no need to wait until the last minute!
What are we looking for? Previously unpublished work of good quality, on a variety of topics and in a variety of styles. We like poems about borders, including but not limited to our own border with Mexico. And not only geographical borders.
We like a bit of Spanish, even a pair of poems, one in Spanish, one in English, as long as both are your own work. (Two people could submit together).
We like free verse and we like forms, as long as they are done well.
A poem longer than two journal pages (about 70 lines) would have to be very good indeed and shorter prose has a better chance than a piece pushing the 3,000 word limit.
Consider the 4 1/8” print width of our pages before sending poems with long lines. Show us. where you would want the lines broken
For email submissions, here are some things to remember:
- Send submissions as a single email attachment. Word (.doc or .docx) works best for us.
- Include contact information in the document, as well as in the body of the email.
- Include your name in the document title.
- Put “Submission – poetry” or “Submission – prose” in the subject line of your email.
- Include a brief third-person bio in the email itself.
- Send your submission to email@example.com
For mail submissions and for other details, check the Submissions page.
The 2017 issue of Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders Journal is now being printed. Thanks to Helen Stork, who has done the cover for the past few years, for taking over the preparation of the text from Dick Thomas.
Copies should be in the mail by the end of the month to the 41 people whose work is included. Others will be able to buy copies: see the order page.
Sin Fronteras does plan to continue; we have new editors. Submissions will open April 1. Do not send anything before then, and do review the guidelines on the Submissions page.