FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 29, 2021
SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR ARTERIAL INK
Anthology Honors William Allen White Legacy
EMPORIA, Kansas -- Submissions open February 10, 2022, for Arterial Ink Volume II, an anthology of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry relating to the legacy of William Allen White. The annual publication was established and is supported by the William Allen White Community Partnership board as a fundraiser for the operation of Red Rocks, White’s home in Emporia.
Submissions must relate to William Allen White, whether literal, imaginary, or metaphorical, and must not exceed 3,000 words. Winners in each genre will be
published in the book, and authors will have the opportunity to deliver a reading from it at William Allen White Legacy Day in Emporia on October 2, 2022. The competition is open to all writers ages 18 and over regardless of geographical location.
For guidelines and submission information visit: www.reddirtpress.com Submissions close May 10, 2022.
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The purpose of the William Allen White Community Partnership, Inc. is to promote and support the history of the William Allen White Family through the preservation, interpretation, and operation of the William Allen White Historic Site, Red Rocks, located at 927 Exchange Street in Emporia, Kansas.
William Allen White was a Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper publisher, author, reformer, and presidential advisor. For fifty years, from the 1890s to the 1940s, he was the best-known and most quoted small town newspaperman in America. White’s editorials and personal advice to five presidents shaped American history in the 20th century.