We are searching for writers of poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction (plus photographers) to submit their work for an opportunity to be published in an anthology called On the Shores of Shuswap Lake. The work must relate to life in the Shuswap, and fit within the length criteria, otherwise, you’re free to explore all options! The deadline for submissions is July 31st.
You grant non-exclusive rights to Shuswap Rotary to publish your work in the anthology. Non-exclusive means that as far as Shuswap Rotary is concerned, you’re welcome to offer the piece to any other publication or contest, even if it’s accepted for the anthology. An entry fee of $10 must accompany your work, and is considered a donation to Rotary, to support our community and international projects.
What would you like to write about?
Your first houseboating trip? An interesting wild flower? Geographical strata? Your grandmother? An adventure at your summer cabin? The time you nearly drowned in Shuswap Lake? Watching the salmon run at Adams River?
Deadline is July 31st, 2012. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
Here’s the official info and fine print:
What are those community and international projects undertaken by Shuswap Rotary? Here are a few:
Blackburn Park universal access playground, Victim Services, Air Force Cadets, Women’s Shelter, R. J. Haney House Museum, Salmon Arm Fall Fair, Sheltered Workshop, Barani Kenya Lunch Program, Fathers’ Day Fishing Derby, Guatemala Midwives, Music Festival, Ecuador Dental Mission, Gamma Probe for Salmon Arm Hospital, Highway clean ups, Trail maintenance…