Submission Deadline: FEBRUARY 15, 2009
For the Spring 2009 issue of Yellow Medicine Review, guest editor Jimmy Santiago Baca is interested in submissions from Indigenous writers and scholars that speak to one of two themes:
1) Explorations of Learning & Teaching Experiences
Entries in all genres considered (poetry, prose, journal, letters, etc.), especially in regards to the experiences we've had in learning how to live; learning from elders and kids and nature and books and the Creator.
2) Endangerment of Civil Liberties
Works giving voice to infringement upon or violation of our civil liberties; experiences where we've had our civil liberties cut from our lives--cameras everywhere, law enforcement officers conducting themselves like paramilitary goons, our emails and telephone calls being intercepted by Homeland Security, etc. A huge change took place under the Bush watch and we poets and writers have suffered the worst of its assault. We'd like to see what's going on out there, especially since so many poets and writers of color have remained silent because of fear of having their cultural and governmental acceptance-card recalled....
For more information on the writings, works, and interests of guest editor Jimmy Santiago Baca, click here or visit Cedar Tree, Inc.
How to submit:Send submissions as email attachments, either in Word (.doc) or Rich-Text File (.rtf) format. Work should be doublespaced in Times New Roman 12 pt. font.
Include in the subject line of the email: YMR submission: Last Name, First NameAlso, please include, either as a separate attachment or in the body of the email, a short bio. Within your bio, please include mention of the Indigenous group with which you self-identify if such is the case. Send to: email@example.com
Direct questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org