Monday, February 23, 2009

Submit! The Homeboy Review

The busiest man in the lit biz, Daniel Olivas, offers us this news in his Monday morning post on la bloga:

Homeboy Press and its literary magazine, The Homeboy Review, serve as a voice for the poets and writers of Homeboy Industries, as well as a forum to publish both under-represented and established writers from around the globe.

Begun as a writing program in Homeboy’s curriculum classes, the Homeboy Press was created to teach contemporary computer skills, including typesetting, desk-top publishing, web design and computer graphics to its clients, as well as to create an open, creative forum for global literary and art publishing by new and established writers and artists.

Now Accepting Submissions: Homeboy Press is now accepting short fiction, poetry and essays for its inaugural literary magazine, The Homeboy Review.

For more information, click here.

Homeboy Industries, founded by Father Gregory Boyle, assists at-risk and formerly gang-involved youth to become positive and contributing members of society through job placement, training and education.
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