SEVERAL OF MY 44R audience have clever stories to tell and they might discover Blue Mountain Press in Boulder, Colorado, will pay for the story. The international publishing company wants inspirational stories and wisdom relating to Ireland or the Irish culture to be published in an anthology. These can be non-fiction essays, stories, or poems that in some way capture the Irish (or Irish-American) heritage, region, or lifestyle.
Stories and essays should be between 100 and 600 words long. The editors want to include a pithy saying at the end, which sums up the inspirational message, such as, "You'll never plough a field by turning it over in your mind." You can make up some of these things by following Darragh Doyle on Twitter.
If your story or poem is selected to appear in the anthology, you will receive a one-time payment of $50 for anthology rights upon publication. If this interests you, you have five days to submit your writings by e-mail (not attachment) to firstname.lastname@example.org "Irish" in the subject line.
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