“Person, Place, Thing” is an annual literary journal that invites narrative nonfiction, essay and memoir, and poetry submissions from talented new, emerging, and established writers.
I am happy to invite you and your professional colleagues, constituents, clients, patients, students, and writing group members to submit work to this new magazine.
Linda Chalmer Zemel, Editor and Publisher, “Person, Place, Thing”
December 30-January 2 New York City area: Contact Linda by email or the Inn at Longshore
November 26-29 New York City area: Contact Linda by email or through the Westport Inn
November 27-28 Boston area (by invitation only): Contact Linda at the Doubletree, Washington Street, Boston or by email
September 20-October 30 Buffalo/Niagara area
October 24: Canadian Hypnosis Conference in Burlington, ON. Linda will present a talk on The Meaning of Dreams in Everyday Life and sign her book, COUSINS: A picture book for kids from 3 to 8
Memoir workshops plus booksignings for COUSINS: A picture book for kids 3-8
Reflections on experience are important. "Person, Place, Thing" offers talented emerging, new, and established writers a place to submit their work for selection. This journal especially values writing that illuminates, remembers, or offers insights.
Narrative nonfiction (500-1000 words)
Personal essays and memoir (500-1000 words)
Poetry (maximum of 3 per submission)
The submission period is ongoing. Publication this year is slated for June 1, 2015.
A $5 nonrefundable adminstrative fee is required with each submission. If by any chance the magazine does not coalesce, these will be returned to the writers.
A prize of $50 for each of the three categories will be awarded for best in show to be decided by a panel.
All submissions are by hard copy only to Linda Chalmer Zemel, Deja Vu Productions, 1370 Maple Road, Williamsville, NY 14221.
Selections will be made by August 15, 2014. Please include SASE for returning manuscripts, if desired, and self-addressed, stamped postcard for notification that your manuscript has arrived.