Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Living With the Animals Anthology

Guidelines for submitting a story or poem written by an adult

1. You may only submit stories and poems written by you for which you own the copyright. If your work is accepted for publication on the web site or e-zine, you give non-exclusive electronic publishing rights to animalINK.
2. Stories should not exceed 1000 words in length.
3. We will select stories and poems for publication at our sole discretion.
4. Include your story or poem in the body of an e-mail with "animalINK Anthology" in the subject line. Please do not send it as an attachment. Include your name, address, phone number and e-mail. (Name and city will be published. Other contact information will not be published unless you specifically request it.) Indicate whether you want your real name or a pen name as author. Include two or three sentences about yourself.
5. If you would like a link to your web site, include the URL.
6. Stories will be edited for spelling and grammar before publication. More in depth editing may be provided in consultation with the author.


Mirella Patzer said...

Hi Donna,

I love your blog. I would love to subscribe to it. Have you considered the option of an RSS feed. I would love to receive email updates.

Donna Sundblad said...

Hi Mirella,

I have tried to include an RSS feed, but gave up. But you are not the first person to ask, so I will do my best to provide you with that feature.


KaraLynn said...

What is this anthology about? Is it actually about living with animals?

Donna Sundblad said...

Hi karalynn,

I checked back with their website and this is what it says:

Animals have been the subject of art and literature through the ages. In these pages, we can share our experiences with animals through words and pictures.

Here you can share the tender moments, the laughs and the heartbreaks with others who understand the depth of the human attachment to animals -- or those who are curious about it.

Browse our Photo Gallery, read Original Stories About the Animals With Whom We Share Our Lives, enjoy Children's Stories About the Animals They Love or contribute your own Tiny Tail.

For more info check: