Hellenic Writers’ Association of Australia call for ‘O Logos’ magazine submissions


The Hellenic Writers’ Association of Australia has called on members and Greek Australians to submit original works to the 2024 edition of their magazine ‘O Logos.’

The terms of participation are:

  • Works for publication in this year’s edition (2024) of the magazine “O Logos” can be submitted from now until 28th June 2024. Works submitted later will not be accepted.
  • Works must be original and not previously published in books or magazines.
  • The length of the works is defined as follows: (1) Poems: Maximum limit of 100 lines; and (2) Prose (short stories, essays, book reviews, and studies): Maximum limit of 1,500 words.
  • Works must be typed in electronic format (Word) and sent to the Association’s email address: hellenicwritersau@gmail.com.




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