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April 22, 2005

The Triangle Program: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!

[I used to run a yearly VR workshop with the Triangle Program (with Kat, Muddy, Rochelle and others). They do amazing stuff... spread the word.]


The Triangle Program, Canada’s only high school classroom for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer, and questioning youth is currently accepting submissions from queer youth for Triangle Writes! 
This special anniversary issue will celebrate our queer past, present, and future with prose, poetry and art.
Please share with us your original stories, poetry, essays, articles and artwork.  Express your life experiences, heart, mind and soul—whatever and wherever the creative process takes you!
Be sure to include complete contact information, along with a brief autobiographical outline with your submission.  (Please note that we will not be responsible for returning submissions.)
Submissions are due by May 1, 2005 and can be sent by mail, email or fax to:
The Triangle Program c/o MCCT
115 Simpson Avenue
Toronto, ON
M4K 1A1
Email: triangleschool@gmail.com
Fax: (416) 466-5207

For additional information leave a message at: 

(416) 406-6228 ext. 169

Posted by jason at April 22, 2005 08:29 AM


We are also seeking a cover page for the issue. The cover will be in colour and is in upright letter format (8-1/2"w X 11"h). The cover should incorporate the anthology's title: Triangle Writes! and may include the words "out of the margins and into our rights". The triangle program logo must be included on the cover (unfortunately the logo is not on the Triangle website. If you are planning on designing a cover, please email me and I will send you the logo). Something creative, colourful, and fabulous while encompassing the feeling and importance of the anthology would be perfect. Please submit cover designs (hopefully by May 1/05) to triangleschool@gmail.com. *.bmp, *.jpeg, *.pdf, *.html are all acceptable file formats for receipt. Thanks!

Posted by: Javier D. at April 28, 2005 11:59 AM

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