3 edition of The Prairie journal index to issues 1-40 found in the catalog.
The Prairie journal index to issues 1-40
|Statement||by M. Burke.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
New Prairie Press publishes scholarly journals in a variety of disciplines. As part of the Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship at Kansas State University Libraries, we provide support to members of the Kansas State University community who wish to create and maintain open access journals. Past Issues RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage is a continuation of RBML: Rare Books and Manuscripts Librarianship (ISSN X). Visit the RBML archives page for complete journal contents from to
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Prairie Schooner Book Prize. Prairie Schooner Book Prize is an American literary award presented yearly since , one award for poetry and one award for fiction. It is run by the literary magazine Prairie Schooner and University of Nebraska Press. Winners receive $3, and publication through the University of Nebraska Press. We accept submissions to the journal from June 1, to Janu at noon EST. We greatly prefer online submissions—some submission categories require it. Please see the following pages for full submission guidelines: To submit to the journal, please see our guidelines here. To submit to the Ploughshares Solos series, featuring longer works of fiction and nonfiction, see the guidelines here.
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Donations are tax deductible and much appreciated. Sample issues and annual subscriptions (two issues) are: $ in Canada and $ international. Payable to Prairie Journal Trust. Thanks for writing. Anne Burke, Literary Editor. The edition of The Prairie Garden features the theme “Inspired by Nature.” It focuses on how gardeners in our region can take a cue from nature in everything from design to plant choice to ongoing care, so as to create beautiful, resilient gardens that are.
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