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Eleventh Transmission Projects
45 Poems: Reflection & Response
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Eleventh Transmission believes poetry and art tell the true story of people
and communities.

Submissions are now being accepted into the following special project.

Other current submission opportunities can be viewed on the
Wax Poetry
and Art Contests & Submissions page.

Special Project: 45 Poems

Wax Poetry and Art & Eleventh Transmission present
45 Poems:
For the Revolution

Poets of conscience and courage, writing in English, living everywhere
on Earth, are invited to submit to
45 Poems: For the Revolution,
presented by
Wax Poetry and Art & Eleventh Transmission.

This special project seeks poems that engage with, reflect upon, and
critique the current social and political climate. These are challenging times,
and in later years, these are the poems that will show, poets were there,
and we did not hold our tongue.

The number 45 references the current U.S. administration, whose tenure
seems emblematic of many challenges facing humanity and the
environment. However, what is happening in your town and on your street,
and to you, is just as important. True history happens in the real lives of
everyday people. This special project encourages wide exploration and
hopes for the widest range of voices and topics in relation to the theme.

Publication Information & Submission Guidelines
Tentatively, submissions shall remain open until January 2021.

Accepted poems will initially be published online in
Eleventh Transmission.
Eventually, 45 poems of those poems will be collected into an edition and
published online in the
Wax Poetry and Art Library, with the title, 45
Poems: For the Revolution
. Not all poems initially published will be
chosen for the collection. If there are many initial submissions, additional
volumes of the collection may be added. If possible at any time, a print
version of the collection will be published.

There is no timetable for when the poems initially published in
Eleventh
Transmission
will be published as a collection in the Wax Poetry and Art  
Library.

Eleventh Transmission is a free publication and as a result there is no
compensation for being published in this special project. There is no initial
compensation for being included in the resulting collection, or for being
published in a possible print version. Writers included in the resulting
collection,
45 Poems: Reflection & Response, shall receive a 50% royalty
for online sales of their publication in the Wax Poetry and Art Library.
Writers shall receive a 20% royalty on the sales of any print version that
results. Royalties will be shared equally based on number of poems
included. As a result, royalties may need to be shared among as many as
45 poets. Royalties will be paid annually in January, to anyone
whom a minimum of $10 CAD is owed.

Submission Guidelines
Submit 1 original poem relating to the theme.

The poem must be titled. The maximum  number of lines is 60.

The poem may be previously published. Simultaneous submission is
allowed.

Since this special project accepts previously published poems, you do not
need to notify me if your poems are accepted elsewhere. Please remember
to withdraw your poems if you enter them into a market that does not allow
simultaneous submissions.

Submissions must include:
-Poem.
-100 word maximum biography (plus social media and www, if applicable).
-Complete postal mailing address including city, province, country, and
postalcode.

Copy and paste your submission into the body of a single email. Do not
include attachments.

Place the title of the special project, "45 Poems", into the subject header of
your email.

Send your submission by email to
info@waxpoetryart.com.


About the Editor
Kirk Ramdath is the publisher and editor of Wax Poetry and Art, Eleventh
Transmission, United States Poetry Magazine, and other publications. He
has been an artist and arts activist in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, since 2005.
Kirk has received numerous writing grants from Canada Council for the Arts.
His first book is
Love in a Handful of Dust.
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