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Call for Submissions: Last Chance for Fatherhood Fiction!

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Wanted: writing about fathers, or by fathers, or both...

Literary Mama wants to highlight fatherhood in the month of June, and we always have a particular need for short stories that deal with fatherhood.

Quoting from our submission guidelines:

June: Father's Day Month

We seek writing that is about fathers from the child's perspectives; about the relationships between fathers and mothers and husbands and wives; about husbands as fathers; and by self-defined fathers about fathering and mothering (including lesbian or transexual parents who identify as fathers).

Please submit your fatherhood fiction of less than 5,000 words by mid-April (the earlier the better!)

We look forward to reading your work!

Jessica DeVoe Riley, MS, is a special educator in rural California. Her writing has won the South West Writers competition and is published in Thema and Marginalia. She currently writes for the Council for Exceptional Children’s Reality 101 blog for new teachers. You can reach her through her personal blog, All Rileyed Up, or follow her on Twitter.

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