Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Catholic fiction opportunity: Tuscany Press

Publisher Tuscany Press defines Catholic fiction as "Stories infused
with the presence of God and faith - subtly, symbolically or
deliberately. Think of Flannery O'Connor, Graham Greene, J.R.R.
Tolkien and G.K. Chesterton and many others whose writings reflected
the thoughts of the great writer Gerard Manley Hopkins: "The world is
charged with the grandeur of God."

Beginning on January 1, 2013, Tuscany Press will be open to
submissions of novels, novellas, young adult novels, and short
stories. The publisher requires a reading fee of $10 "not for
financial reasons, but to insure that writers pause before sending in
their manuscript and ask: 'Does my manuscript have the presence of God
and faith - subtly, symbolically or deliberately?' and 'Have I put my
work into a form that best presents my talent and the story?' For more
info, see http://www.tuscanypress.com/

Elma Schemenauer, elmams@shaw.ca, author of 75 books published in
Canada and the USA, editor of many others. Blog
www.elmasalmanac.blogspot.com Website www.elma03.com

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