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The Greensilk Journal
hazekd@peoplepc.com
  • Type of organization
    online
  • Phone
    (540) 398-6913
  • Web address
  • Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
    The Greensilk Journal is a small litzine featuring poetry and short stories. The first issue appeared in the Fall of 2005. With only word of mouth advertising and very limited social media, the GSJ has been honored through the years by the work of many successful writers. Poetry editor-in-chief~ Kim Hazelwood Story editor~ Will Haley
  • Is your group affiliated with a University, portal or other agency?
    no
  • Primary editor/Contact person
    Kim Hazelwood
  • Contact title
    Editor-in -chief
  • Focus
    Greensilk Journal focuses on artful and moving pieces of poetry and short stories, open themes. No suicides or horror.
  • Submissions policy
    Unless otherwise stated, GSJ is open to all themes, and prefers submissions in the body of an email, published three times a year. See guidelines. Up to ten poems per submission. Stories preferably under 3000 words. Non-fiction also welcome.
  • CLMP Member?
    yes
  • Number of Issues per Year
    3
  • Average Page Views per Month
    ??
  • Average Unique Visitors per Month
    ??
  • If rolling content, how often is content updated?
    3 or 4 times a year
  • Publish Print Anthology?
    no

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