Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Anthology - Call for submissions

Got any 2000-word stories on the theme of age? If so you might be interested in the following from ReadWave:


ReadWave, a new digital publishing platform, has joined with PageTurners, formerly part of Penguin India, to offer writers a fantastic opportunity to get published in their upcoming anthology, “Across the Ages”.

The theme of the anthology is ‘Age,’ especially focusing on cross-generational literature, how different age groups perceive each other, and how our own perspectives are changed by age.

Anyone can submit their story to the anthology for free. Just upload your submission at and add the hashtag #AcrossTheAges in the title of the story.

The word limit for short stories is 2,000 words. Poetry is also be accepted. The deadline for entries is the 1st April.

For more information contact:

Robert Tucker

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Rosemary Gemmell said...

Thanks for that - will check it out later!

Elizabeth said...

I am a member of an online writing group and one of our members flagged up Readwave. Please submit with caution.

Geraldine Ryan said...

Would you care to enlarge, Elizabeth?