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We are building MMM Vol. XI online and printing it in summer 2014! (Please return for updates. 04/24/2014.)

Jeffrey Ethan Lee, archived guest blogger for North American Review, 04/22/2014.

We are seeking a partner press for the 2015 AWP Bookfair.

mmm-submissions.org is closed while we work through the large backlog! [04/24/2014]

 

• ADDRESS: MMM, Jeffrey Lee,  director/poetry ed., 1705 Lombard St. Phila. PA. 19146

Since August 3, 2008

Many Mountains Moving Mission Statement:

1. to foster appreciation of diverse cultures through top-notch literature and art.

2. to provide support and recognition for both established and emerging writers and artists.

3. to provide a much-needed literary space for writers of diverse backgrounds.

Many Mountains Moving Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization that publishes a literary journal of diverse contemporary voices and MMM Press poetry books. MMM, Inc. also does salons, readings & events around the country.

01/03/2011 updated by Jeffrey Ethan Lee, director, senior poetry editor

Many Mountains Moving, always committed to the important issues of diversity, language experiments, political witness, in addition to race, gender, and sexuality, has expanded the journal to include a recurring sections devoted to ecopoetry or drama.

 

If you are a contributor to Vol. X, you are entitled to the contributor price of $8 as long as Vol. X is in print. The cover price is $13.95. Copies were sent out from June 10 to the 14th.

 

UPDATED GUIDELINES: Please submit only one story or essay at a time, and only twice per calendar year. Please submit poetry, play pr mixed genre submissions no more than twice per annual reading period. Submissions that exceed the limit or that arrive when we are not reading may be deleted or returned unread.