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Submission Guidelines for the 2024 Connecticut Literary Anthology


Hey all you literary denizens of the Nutmeg State, we want to read your work! The ’24 anthology is open for submissions through January 15th, 2024. Returning editor Victoria Buitron (nonfiction) will be joined by Summer Tate (poetry), and Christine Kandic Torres (fiction).


Woodhall Press will be publishing the anthology in October of 2024.


What to Submit:

  • Fiction and Nonfiction (3,500 words max)

  • Poetry (2 poems max)

  • Submit PDF files

Submission Details:

  • Submissions will be open now until January 15, 2024.

  • Authors paid with one complimentary copy of the anthology, and invited to participate in a public reading.

  • Authors must reside in the state of Connecticut by January 1, 2024.

  • Authors MAY submit to more than one genre—one submission per genre— BUT they need to submit them individually.

  • No previously published work.

  • Email your submissions to Please include the genre of your work in the email subject line.


  • NOTE: Reading is anonymous, so the author’s name should not appear on the manuscript. Please note if your submission is fiction, nonfiction or poetry on first page with title of work.

Submissions by Mail:

  • Send a printed copy of your work to Woodhall Press, P.O. Box 636,   Fryeburg, ME, 04037

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Manuscript Submissions

Woodhall Press is committed to publishing diverse voices and welcomes submissions from underrepresented writers. For Connecticut Literary Anthology Submissions, see above. 

  • twenty to thirty poems linked by a compelling theme

  • submissions are open

  • reading fee: none

  • format: send as a PDF attachment to



We endeavor to respond to all submissions as quickly as possible. Every submission will receive a personal reply. Please, allow thirty days before following up. Thank you for connecting with Woodhall Press.

If you are looking for information about our editorial services, please see click here for Wild Pine Editions

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