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Winds of Change - next CSFG anthology

The editor of the next CSFG anthology is Elizabeth Fitzgferald, who did such a great job sub-editing Baggage. I promised her two weeks ago I would post the call for stories here and today I finally remembered...

Submissions for the next CSFG Publishing anthology, Winds of Change, are welcome between 15 September 2010 and 31 January 2011.

Winds of Change will be edited by Elizabeth Fitzgerald. Stories may be any length up to 5,000 words. All approaches to the theme are welcome, as long as they are by nature speculative.

Payment will be contributors’ copies plus $10 for stories under 1,500 words and $25 for all others based on published word count.

Submissions are encouraged from Australian writers of all levels of experience, with special encouragement given to CSFG members.

Submissions should be sent (as .rtf attachments only) to windsofchange.csfg@gmail.com Please make sure that the following information is in the email proper:

Name
Address
Email address
Name of Story
Word Count
Other contact information

If you wish to contribute to the interior artwork, please contact windsofchange.csfg@gmail.com
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Hi hi! Sorry for the random comment, but you were the first post that came up on Google when I typed in "Winds of Change anthology."

Do you know how to get in contact with Elizabeth Fitzgerald? I haven't heard a whisper about my submission, and it's well past the due date.

Thank you!
Hi

You can contact her through the Winds of Change email if you want to check that your submission was received, but I'd wait a few weeks if I were you to find out if it has been accepted. I did the previous CSFG anthology and it took at least 6 weeks to read all the stories and decide. We didn't start reading until the closing date. She's a very efficient person and the timelines are tight, so I'm pretty sure that your agony won't be drawn out. If you're not sure that your submission has been received at all, however, then email either the CSFG committee or the Winds of Change email address. If they don't reply within a week, let me know and I'll pass your message on.