Submissions are now open for Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing until April 1st 2020. Asia Pacific Writers and Translators (APWT) – the premiere literary organisation in the Asia Pacific Region and Drunken Boat, one of the world’s first online literary journals announce a call for new work from all current financial APWT members. Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing will be distributed and available for sale internationally in both print and e-book formats and launched at #APWT2020 Bangalore, India. Submissions to this inaugural anthology, can take the form of poetry, fiction or creative nonfiction (up to 3500 words) and are open to all current APWT financial members. Translated works in all categories are encouraged. 

To renew or sign up for APWT membership please visit our website membership page:

https://www.apwriters.org/become-a-member/

All work will be considered for publication. The anthology will be edited by preeminent editors in their fields Ravi Shankar (poetry) Tim Tomlinson (fiction) and Sally Breen (creative non-fiction). There is no theme for the collection, so please send your best unpublished work. We’re looking for bold and original voices and welcome work which features Asia Pacific perspectives. Open to established and emerging authors, poets and translators Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing will be launched at #APWT2020 Bangalore and distributed worldwide. Please read the T’s and C’s for full submission details. Don’t miss this opportunity to feature in a truly international publication celebrating cross cultural interconnectivity. 

Please follow this link to access Terms and Conditions and make a submission by April 1st 2020 here: 

https://drunkenboat.submittable.com/submit

Submissions are now open for Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing until April 1st 2020. Asia Pacific Writers and Translators (APWT) – the premiere literary organisation in the Asia Pacific Region and Drunken Boat, one of the world’s first online literary journals announce a call for new work from all current financial APWT members. Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing will be distributed and available for sale internationally in both print and e-book formats and launched at #APWT2020 Bangalore, India. Submissions to this inaugural anthology, can take the form of poetry, fiction or creative nonfiction (up to 3500 words) and are open to all current APWT financial members. Translated works in all categories are encouraged.
To renew or sign up for APWT membership please visit our website membership page:
https://www.apwriters.org/become-a-member/
All work will be considered for publication. The anthology will be edited by preeminent editors in their fields Ravi Shankar (poetry) Tim Tomlinson (fiction) and Sally Breen (creative non-fiction). There is no theme for the collection, so please send your best unpublished work. We’re looking for bold and original voices and welcome work which features Asia Pacific perspectives. Open to established and emerging authors, poets and translators Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing will be launched at #APWT2020 Bangalore and distributed worldwide. Please read the T’s and C’s for full submission details. Don’t miss this opportunity to feature in a truly international publication celebrating cross cultural interconnectivity.
Please follow this link to access Terms and Conditions and make a submission by April 1st 2020 here:
https://drunkenboat.submittable.com/submit

Submissions are now open for Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing until April 1st 2020. Asia Pacific Writers and Translators (APWT) – the premiere literary organisation in the Asia Pacific Region and Drunken Boat, one of the world’s first online literary journals announce a call for new work from all current financial APWT members. Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing will be distributed and available for sale internationally in both print and e-book formats and launched at #APWT2020 Bangalore, India. Submissions to this inaugural anthology, can take the form of poetry, fiction or creative nonfiction (up to 3500 words) and are open to all current APWT financial members. Translated works in all categories are encouraged.
To renew or sign up for APWT membership please visit our website membership page:
https://www.apwriters.org/become-a-member/
All work will be considered for publication. The anthology will be edited by preeminent editors in their fields Ravi Shankar (poetry) Tim Tomlinson (fiction) and Sally Breen (creative non-fiction). There is no theme for the collection, so please send your best unpublished work. We’re looking for bold and original voices and welcome work which features Asia Pacific perspectives. Open to established and emerging authors, poets and translators Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing will be launched at #APWT2020 Bangalore and distributed worldwide. Please read the T’s and C’s for full submission details. Don’t miss this opportunity to feature in a truly international publication celebrating cross cultural interconnectivity.
Please follow this link to access Terms and Conditions and make a submission by April 1st 2020 here:
https://drunkenboat.submittable.com/submit

Submissions are now open for Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing until April 1st 2020. Asia Pacific Writers and Translators (APWT) – the premiere literary organisation in the Asia Pacific Region and Drunken Boat, one of the world’s first online literary journals announce a call for new work from all current financial APWT members. Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing will be distributed and available for sale internationally in both print and e-book formats and launched at #APWT2020 Bangalore, India. Submissions to this inaugural anthology, can take the form of poetry, fiction or creative nonfiction (up to 3500 words) and are open to all current APWT financial members. Translated works in all categories are encouraged.
To renew or sign up for APWT membership please visit our website membership page:
https://www.apwriters.org/become-a-member/
All work will be considered for publication. The anthology will be edited by preeminent editors in their fields Ravi Shankar (poetry) Tim Tomlinson (fiction) and Sally Breen (creative non-fiction). There is no theme for the collection, so please send your best unpublished work. We’re looking for bold and original voices and welcome work which features Asia Pacific perspectives. Open to established and emerging authors, poets and translators Meridian: The APWT Drunken Boat Anthology of New Writing will be launched at #APWT2020 Bangalore and distributed worldwide. Please read the T’s and C’s for full submission details. Don’t miss this opportunity to feature in a truly international publication celebrating cross cultural interconnectivity.
Please follow this link to access Terms and Conditions and make a submission by April 1st 2020 here:
https://drunkenboat.submittable.com/submit

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