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LAST CALL: Trans Buddhist Anthology Seeking Submissions

 


  

A new Trans Buddhist Anthology is calling for submissions of non-fiction prose, essays, stories, poetry, comics, and memoirs. Submissions, comments and questions are due to editors Kevin Manders and Elizabeth Marston. The original deadline was extended from December 31, 2015.The editors are still waiting for a few contributions to be finished, so there is a small window left for those who would like to contribute.

No previously published works; ~2000 word maximum, not including a 50-100 word bio. Submissions are needed for the book proposal (possible options include a Buddhist publisher, an LGBT publisher, and self-publishing). No monetary payment at this time, but each contributor will receive a free copy, and if a profit is made, contributors will be compensated after editor costs.

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