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Posted: Saturday, January 5, 2013 9:54:33 AM

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It has become necessary to set a minimum word count for submissions in our short categories, micro-fiction and poetry.

From now forward, only works with at least 20 words will be considered. Exceptions may be made for poems following a structured short form, such as haiku.

Pieces with fewer words that were approved previously will not be removed.

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Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 2:33:08 PM

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Maggie, I've been asked about min. word count for all categories. Decided to look up the info just to be on the safe side. Perhaps it was my cranky screen reader or the old crank operating it, but I couldn't find the repository of that info.

Just a suggestion: It might not hurt to re-post story submission info such as max and min length, ratings, etc. and post it in a spot where even single-digit IQ members (I name no names) can find the sucker.


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