CALLING ALL WRITERS, ARTISTS AND CREATIVE MINDS!

by limebirdwriters

Hi all,

I spotted this on my blog travels and thought it might be of interest to some of our Limebirders! 🙂

Reblogged from Rob Roper:

BE PART OF THIS AND REBLOG! 

Oswald Frank: The Carnal Writ is a new magazine launching in 2012 taking the fetishisms of literacy and art to new levels.

Be involved – poetry, prose, illustration, art, photography, free verse, flash fiction – anything goes.

Contributors can remain anonymous if they wish.

Work can be submitted via email to robropermail@gmail.com

Work featured in the magazine will be printed in format you send it to us – let your creativity shine.

Work must be submitted in either A4, A5 or A6 (please state this in the email).

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15 Comments to “CALLING ALL WRITERS, ARTISTS AND CREATIVE MINDS!”

  1. I have a question. What is A4, A5 or A6?

    Thanks for posting and sharing!

    • Hi Susan,

      I would assume that the poster is referring to page size! Here in the UK we refer to the size of our paper in A4, A5, A6 etc. A4 is like a standard size piece of paper (and magazine page). Hope this helps! 🙂

  2. Thanks, LimebirdBeth. I’d never heard of this before. 🙂

  3. Paper sizes explained here http://www.papersizes.org/ And thanks for Post!

  4. That was my question, too. Thanks for the info!

  5. Same here — I learn something new every day!

  6. Reblogged this on Eliza Shane and commented:
    This could be fun!!

  7. Thanks for the heads up!

    Have just sent in three pieces (1 flash fiction, 1 poem, and 1 short story).

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