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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

damazine: Call for Submissions

damazine is a new on-line literary journal with a focus on the Muslim world. It takes its name from the city of Damascus, Syria, where it is published quarterly.

Poetry, essays, and fiction are all published in the English language. This is a paying market offering $25 (USD) for stories and $10 for poems.

Poetry may be rhyme or free verse. No more than five poems per submission.

Fiction should have vivid characters and an original plot. Length should be 1,000-5,000 words.

Essays should be immediate and draw the reader in. We are not looking for political analysis or abstract theory. Length should be 1,000-5,000 words.

Visit the website for guidelines and more information about this new market for Muslim writers.

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