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Loss lead

Aftermath: Explorations of Loss & Grief is a new print anthology in preparation from Brooklyn-based Radix Media. The theme is deliberately wide open, but stories should address the aftermath of loss or tragedy in some way. Write fast though: the deadline is 15 August.

Reprints will be considered but original submissions are much preferred. Pieces can be poetry, fiction (in any genre) or personal essays. Comics, illustration and photography which will reproduce well in black and white are also acceptable. The limit is 500-3,000 words. Payment for fiction and non-fiction is 6¢ per word, $35 per poem. Comics, illustrations and photography earn $10 per page or $50 per work, whichever is greater.

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