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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Contribute to an Anthology of Writing by Young Arab Americans

Professor Pauline Kaldas of Hollins University is in the process of putting together an anthology of writing by young Arab Americans (up to age 18). 

According to this announcement:
Poetry, personal essays, and creative nonfiction will be considered for publication.  The focus of the anthology will be on issues relating to Arab American identity and the experience of young Arab Americans in the United States.
Deadline for submissions: December 1, 2010

If interested in contributing to this anthology, continue reading here.

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