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PostPosted: Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:36 pm 
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Glasgow's spoken word event, WordDogs, returns at Halloween for a night of Horror, and stuff! We'll be gathering at Cafe Hula at the top of Hope Street on Sunday 31st October, 7.30pm for an 8pm start. Cafe Hula has its very own skeleton looking down from above - you can't miss it - and the skeleton has agreed to be a judge if anyone cares to turn up in fancy dress.

We'll take stories, poems, extracts, plays, a visit from your great Aunty Flo whom you have just dug up from her grave - if you bring enough air freshner, that is; hell, we'll even welcome a zombie on a leash.

Submissions made up of any of the above (except the icky body parts) should be no longer than 2500 words, please (this is a strict submission rule, anything longer than that will be rejected unread) – and should be sent to:

Ian Hunter at ihunter24601@hotmail.com

Don't worry, I alone, am not the all-powerful junta, G.W. Colkitto is the real power behind my throne

Please send your submissions to me by the 10th of October, that's ages away, so no excuses.

G.W. and I look forward to be touched by your Halloween horrors, and promise not to contact "Crimewatch" for that reward, you sickos.

Ian

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 11, 2010 12:48 pm 
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And we still want your poems, and you have plenty of time to submit them, until the 20th or the 25th if you are a Literature Training reader - www.literaturetraining.com (under their jobs and opportunities tab).

We want poems, prose, anything, except maybe actual spells likely to raise some horrible demon thingey that might eat those gathered or bring about the end of the world.

But, seriously folks, we probably had more poets and poetry than prose last time, so don't be shy, if it's horribly Halloweenish, we want it. You know it makes sense.

Ian

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Editor/Publisher of Unspoken Water
http://www.ian-hunter.co.uk/unspoken-water
Poetry Editor of the BFS Journal
Director of Read Raw Ltd
http://www.readraw.co.uk


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