“We very much want to include stories from all over Asia in its most inclusive best”:
That’s from editor of The Best Asian Short Stories (TBASS) Monideepa Sahu. The inaugural edition of TBASS, set to showcase stories from across the continent, is due for publishing in 2017.
According to submission guidelines, “We want strong stories well-told, in language which is controlled and precise, yet innovative and delicately crafted with love.”
Submissions within 5000 words should be e-mailed to email@example.com.
Submissions must be word.doc attachments typed double spaced in legible fonts, preferably Times New Roman 12. The submission should also be pasted within the body of the covering mail.
Please include an author bio note of 100 words.
The subject line of the email should read as: Submission/TBASS/author’s name
Up to two submissions will be considered from each writer.
Translations will be considered, with original author’s permission.
Simultaneous submissions will be considered. Please intimate us immediately if the story is accepted elsewhere.
Deadline: November 15, 2016
Dear Marcia, do you think this applies to me? Unfortunately I’m living in Egypt (Africa) and have both a British passport and an Egyptian passport. But my father is Palestinian, and was born a Palestinian, and i’m an Arab, so do you think there’s a loophole applies to me?! best, Emad.
Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2016 04:54:45 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
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