Chapbook CFP: Role of Imagination in Literature
Faces of Feminism and local writers' group Kill Your Darlings are seeking original, fiction work or critical essays that engage or challenges the role of imagination in literary work. Themes could include: the effect of stereotypes on character development, literature as a vehicle to new futures, imagination as key to dismantling systems of oppression, the race/class/gender of the author as delimiting or expanding ways in which the work is read, feminism and womanism realized in literature, etc. Anyone may submit.
All submissions must be received no later than Friday, March 2nd and emailed to email@example.com
More info on the groups: Over the last few years, FOF has worked with local artists, musicians and writers. We both support and proffer valuable critique of the arts. In the past, we have held an immensely successful benefit show at the Earl, released a compilation tape and zine of over 24 local bands, facilitated various panel discussions, and hosted popular film screenings.
Kill Your Darlings-ATL was recently featured in Atlanta Journal-Constitution. There are close to 50 local writers who participate or are involved with Kill Your Darlings ATL, including some published and non-published. Of those published, their work has appeared in Center for Sustainable Journalism at Kennesaw State University, CBS Radio, CommonCreative ATL, Creative Loafing Atlanta, Everyday Genius, The Fanzine, Kill Author, Loose Change Magazine, and skirt! Magazine, among others.