We are currently in the process of working with the authors who submitted their work with us to improve their pieces before creating the final manuscript. It’s important to us that authors are receptive to our feedback and in doing so, we cut down the number of rejections. I am so thankful for our editorial board whose diverse talents help to ensure that each piece is treated with care and can be examined by another set of eyes capable of seeing something another may have missed. If you or someone is interested in becoming an editorial board member on our next anthology, contact us via email@example.com. Having a team ensures a smaller work load and extra support on more challenging pieces. Also it’s a great opportunity to be in inspired by a host of other writers.
And speaking of collaboration, inspiration, and editorial feedback, we are proud to announce the coming of Quabbin Connect! This online platform will be available later this month and it’s goal is to create an online network of writers who want to share pieces of their work and get feedback from its users within the Writing Community of New England. Look for the link on our website soon!
So many amazing things are happening and we’re grateful to share it all with you! Keep visiting our website and don’t forget to follow us on social media for regular updates!
Oh and keep on writing on!
—Steve Piscitello, President
The Editorial Board is working diligently to complete their review of each piece this month. We will be reaching out to authors to make revisions and update individuals on the acceptance status of their piece by the third week of April. Any questions you have can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for being a part of this amazing process and keep on writing on!
Our portal closed on Feb 28. We thank everyone who submitted. Rest assured we have begun our review and editorial process and we will work diligently to complete it in the coming weeks. We will be reaching out to authors in the near future. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at email@example.com at any time.
We are so pleased with the continuous influx of submissions for our next project, Cascades and Currents! There is still time to submit, so take your chance before our portal closes on February 28. Click here to review our Submissions Guidelines and then hit “Click Here to Submit” when you’re ready to upload. We are also looking for High School and College age writers; their piece could earn them a scholarship in addition to publication! More details can be found directly on the student portal located on our Guidelines Page. We can’t wait to see all the creativity of this latest endeavor! All New England is welcome to join in, so hop aboard your make shift raft and see where the current takes you!
The moment you have been waiting for has arrived! We are now accepting submissions for our fifth anthology Cascades and Currents. Per usual, we leave it to our authors to interpret the meaning of this title. We feel it lends itself to the trials and tribulations of the past year while inspiring us to keep navigating yet stranger waters. From rivers to waterfalls and even oceanic verse, we look forward to the thrilling ideas which will come cascading into our inbox!
Submissions close February 28 for adult writers, as well as High School and College Scholarship contenders.
Please follow the link below to review our submission guidelines and then enter the portal via the “Click Here to Submit” link located there: https://quabbinquills.org/submission-guidelines/
If you have questions regarding submissions or need more info, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be glad to assist you!
Looking forward to seeing what’s around the bend!