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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 Previously unpublished work of good quality, on a variety of topics and in a variety of styles.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 […]
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 […]
The Journal is open for submissions for Issue #21 until June 30. Please check the revised guidelines on the Submissions page before submitting. Send us some good stuff!
Our twentieth issue of Sin Fronteras Journal has arrived from the printer. Complimentary copies for contributors have just gone out. Others may order copies using the info on the Orders page. The cover (in the sidebar at the right) features the work of Russell and Kate Mott. Russell is the potter and Kate is the […]
Michael Mandel posted this on Sin Fronteras’ Facebook Site. I’m copying it here in case some are following us here but not there. Ellen Young NEW PLAY SERIES AT THE BLACK BOX: SUBMISSIONS SOUGHT Write On! New Plays is currently seeking unpublished plays by Las Cruces and El Paso area playwrights for a public reading […]
You can now submit to Sin Fronteras Journal via email. The address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send your submission, with identification, as an attachment in Word (doc or docx). Send your bio as well as your contact info in the email itself. Put “Submission – poetry” or “Submission – prose” in the subject line. We hope […]
We are currently seeking poetry and prose submissions for the 20th annual issue of Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders Journal. We think it is quite an accomplishment to reach this special number and we’d like to make this a CELEBRATION, with a mix of new (to us) and familiar voices. Send 3-5 poems or 1-2 prose pieces. […]