Guyana Annual invites submissions

The 2013-2014 edition of the Guyana Annual Magazine is now going into production and is requesting submissions from local writers for unpublished works of poetry, short fiction and children’s writing.

A press statement from Guyenterprise said that general articles of interest will be considered for publication. “The Annual will continue championing the cause of locally based emerging writers and of Guyanese writers in general, offering space and encouragement for their works,” the statement read.

It stated further that the edition’s main feature will celebrate the life of A.J Seymour while focusing on the increased interest in photography, cultural activities and what is happening in the Diaspora.

For further information contact the editor at telephone # 2260065 or email: oraltradition2002@yahoo.com

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