The deadline for submissions to The Mud Chronicles has been extended to March 1, 2018. Please see the submissions guidelines here for more information. Learn more about The Mud Chronicles
MWG is currently working on its seventh print anthology, The Mud Chronicles: A New England Anthology. The Mud Chronicles: A New England Anthology seeks submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction and images from New England writers and those who have a strong connection with the region. We seek work that reveals the transitional essence of “the fifth … Continue reading -MWG Call for Submissions–The Mud Chronicles
New England Memories: MWG member Linda Thomas took a hiatus this past spring and summer from publishing her quarterly New England Memories magazine. However, she’s currently working on the Fall 2017 Issue and will be reading submissions for this issue through October 8th. If you’d like to submit prose, poetry, or artwork, please read the … Continue reading -New England Memories: Call for Submissions
The Summer 2016 Issue of New England Memories, published by MWG member Linda Thomas, is now online, and features work by MWG members Tina Rapp, Ann Robinson, and Eric Poor, and others. Please visit the site, enjoy this one-year anniversary issue, and consider submitting your work for future issues. Linda welcomes submissions of nonfiction prose, poetry, and artwork for … Continue reading Summer 2016 Issue of New England Memories
The editors of Smoky Quartz, an online journal published by the Monadnock Writers' Group, are actively seeking submissions for the Fall 2016 Issue. We are reviewing prose, poetry, and artwork. The submission deadline for this issue is August 15th. Please review the submission guidelines and past issues at http://www.smokyquartz.org.
MWG’s 2016 Write a Haiku! project brought in a hundred and thirty submissions this year. People wrote haiku at Aesop’s Tables, Harlow’s Pub, Nonie’s Restaurant & Bakery , Vicuña Chocolate, as well as in the Toadstool Bookshop, Steele’s Stationers, and the Peterborough Town Library. Some enthusiasts sent haiku via email. We were delighted to receive them all! … Continue reading MWG’s Write a Haiku! Selections
Cahaley Markman will give a presentation at the Peterborough Town Library on April 9th at 3:00 p.m. Cahaley grew up in Peterborough and is currently residing in NYC. She is a writer and has founded a publication that features poetry—and the whole writing process, called Pelorus Press. For more information, visit the library's website: http://peterboroughtownlibrary.org/events/the-process-of-writing-published/ … Continue reading Peterborough Town Library Event