Issue 19 was sent out on 30th November sylvia plath poetry collection pdf. If you haven’t received your copy, please let us know. Second Light Network, published under their Second Light Publications imprint. Members receive a copy as part of their membership benefits.
Cheque payable to “Second Light” and send to Administrator, Anne Stewart at 20 Clovelly Way, Orpington, Kent, BR6 0WD. Please use the Subscription order form and include your telephone number with your order in case of query. Or you can subscribe online here. Submission Guidelines Submission is open to women only, including non-members. Comments on the journal’s content or anything you would like to see discussed in relation to women’s writing.
All submissions: submit paper copy initially to Dilys Wood, 3 Springfield Close, East Preston, West Sussex, BN16 2SZ. Please write “ARTEMISpoetry” on your envelope. 28th February 2018 Poems by women of any age. Poems should be typed, or if written, then very neatly. Each poem should commence on a new page, headed “Submission for ARTEMISpoetry”.
Do include your name with each poem and include your name and full contact details in your submission. Submit up to 4 poems to a maximum of 200 lines in all. Contributors whose poetry is accepted will be notified by 30th April 2018. Poetry Editor: Caroline Carver, who lives in Cornwall. Her work draws on her earlier life in Bermuda, Jamaica and Canada.
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