WFLF NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR 2015
EMERALD COAST REVIEW
literary anthology Emerald Coast Review is now accepting submissions of nonfiction, poetry, photography,
fiction, graphic design and art for its 2015 publication. Deadline is May 1.
All artists, photographers, writers and poets are invited to submit entries celebrating the writer as artist, though submissions are not limited to this theme. ECR is a regional publication containing works about the Emerald Coast or by authors living along the Emerald Coast. The book has been published biannually by West Florida Literary Federation since 1989. Complete submission guidelines are available at wflf.org.
About Our Organization
West Florida Literary Federation brings together writers and area residents who are interested in writing and the literary heritage of West Florida. We offer programs, workshops, awards, critique sessions, open mics and related activities for members and the public. WFLF sponsors an annual student poetry writing contest, publishes an anthology biennually, and maintains the Dr. Francis P. Cassidy Literary Resource Center in Pensacola's Cultural Center. Read More
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WFLF offers five weekly workshops in Room 212 of the Pensacola Cultural Center. Whether you write prose, poetry, essays, narratives, novels, short stories, memoirs or children’s books, you’ll find a place in one of our groups. Visit us and see if you’d like to become a member. Workshops
WFLF members are encouraged to send work for publication in WFLF’s monthly newsletter The Legend. .Guidelines click here.
WFLF PUBLISHES WINNING CHAPBOOK COLLECTION FROM POEM-A-DAY POET
Prompted, the winning chapbook penned by North Carolina poet Cindy Rickey for WFLF's September Poem-A-Day Challenge, is now available on Amazon.
Area poetry-lovers will be familiar with Rickey's poetry. "For My Daughter, So You Understand," one of poems in the collection, was featured in last month's Legend. In 2013, three of her poems were accepted for the Emerald Coast Review.
Prompted was compiled and edited by the WFLF team of Katherine Nelson-Born, Ryn Holmes and Dale Fairbanks. The cover image is symbolic of Rickey's nickname, the Pond Poet.