Palettes & Quills Press
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Founded in 2002, Palettes & Quills is devoted to the celebration and expansion of the literary and visual arts, offering both commissioned and consulting services. It works to support beginning and emerging writers and artists to expand their knowledge, improve their skills, and connect to other resources in the community. Further, Palettes & Quills seeks to increase the public's awareness and appreciation of these arts through education, advocacy, hands-on program assistance, and functioning as a small literary press.
Country of Publication & Year Established
United States||Established in 2002
|Print Publication ||Print Publication||
- Open to a broad Audience.
- Poetry Forms:
- Open to all/most Forms.
- Open to all/most Styles, including: Literary.
- Open to all/most Topics.
|Poetry Chapbook Poetry Chapbook||15 - 30 pages.|
- We list broad pay categories rather than payment specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
|No monetary advance + No royalties No monetary advance. No royalties.|
| OK|| OK|| No|| OK||Text format submissions |
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Last Updated: 13 Sep 2018
Date Added: 26 May 2016
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