Monday, August 30, 2010


Issue seven of Workers Write! will be Tales from the Courtroom and will contain stories and poems from the
legal worker's point of view (lawyers, judges, court reporters, bailiffs, and so on). Yourstory should be set
anywhere legal work is performed, but we are not looking for stories about court cases or whodunits. Deadline for submissions December 1, 2010 (or until the issue is full). Submit your stories via e-mail or send a hard copy to:

Blue Cubicle Press
P.O. Box 250382
Plano, TX 75025-0382

Word count: 500 to 5000 words. Payment: Between $5 and $50 (depending on length and rights
requested). We will consider previously published material.
NOTE: Blue Cubicle Press has some neat little anthologies. I have a friend who published in one, and he was happy with the experience.
DOUBLE NOTE: Just told my husband to start jotting down ideas. He was a federal agent for 30 years and spent many moments in a courtroom. Heck, he could write a book of his own!

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