Friday, September 17, 2010

Transition magazine seeks fiction, nonfiction and poetry about mental health

Transition is an annual publication of the Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Division) published out of Regina.  Transition publishes two kinds of works: those directly about mental health issues; and those about the individual's personal experience of those same issues. Both kinds of works celebrate lives in transit – lives of change, growth, and transformation.

Transition solicits original, unpublished articles, as well as fiction, non-fiction, poetry, book reviews, and visual art (black and white) that represent current mental health issues in our province and reflect on their impact on individuals.

"We especially encourage new and emerging writers to submit their work."

Maximum manuscript lengths: articles 15 pages; all other prose 10 pages; poetry 10 poems or 10 pages, whichever is less; visual art  10 pieces.

Payment is $25 per printed page ($12.50/half page); $20 per published visual art work; and $100 for cover art.

Electronic submissions are preferred. Submit manuscripts in Word or WordPerfect format (12-point Times New Roman, double-spaced, 2.5 cm margins) as e-mail attachment to:
See full guidelines and Transition archives here.

For information about Brian Henry's writing workshops and creative writing courses, see here.

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