Tullawalla- A Meeting Place Where My Empty Hands Are Full of Memories and Rhymes By Ivor Steven Illustrated by Kerri Costello
Published in Paperback and Ebook by Fae Corps Inc, Distributed by Barnes & Noble Press.
March 30, 2021
Tullawalla: A Meeting Place Where My Empty Hands Are Full of Memories and Rhymes takes readers on a meandering journey through Australia through the eyes of one man as he reflects on his life and experiences through poetry and art. Often irreverent, and sometimes obscure the author plays with meter and rhyme as he ponders what is meaningful and what good.
Poet Ivor Steven has been writing for 20 years. A former Industrial Chemist he is now a full time writer and active member of the Geelong Writers Inc in Australia and team member/barista with the online magazine Go Dog Go Café in the United States.
Let’s talk about Faery Places. This anthology is all about the places. The dark sppoky forest, or the undersea cove… the story must feature a place for the fae to play in.
This anthology is not limited by genre, any will do. We are looking for the location to shine through the story the most.
Short Story word count min/max: 3k/5k (flexible. If your submission is close… Send it.)
Art/Photography: up to five must be printable quality
Poetry/Haiku: up to 5 each per topic
Submissions email to Faecorpspublishing@gmail.com with a subject of Into the Glen.
Due by : June 1, 2021
Specific Fae Theme Short stories/Poetry/Art/Haiku/Photography.
Editing is provided. If your story is in draft form it is still acceptable, however it must be readable. Gore is acceptable, however do keep it reasonable, no one wants to read gore for gore’s sake. We do not accept erotica at this time. We are here to showcase good indie authors, and are more than willing to help those just getting started.
We will accept stories that have been published before, as long as you retain publishing rights.
The submissions will decide how this is handled. If we recieve mostly art and poetry it will be unpaid/ebook copy only. If it is more stories it will be a percentage of the royalties.