Calls for Submissions

Calls for Submissions: February 2019

If you have a call for submissions or a contest of interest to Sonoma County writers, send it to Calls for submissions are listed in chronological order (earliest deadlines first).

For a current list of calls for submission from around the country, as well as deadlines for writers’ contests and awards, conferences and residencies, and literary magazine and small press databases, visit the Poets & Writers website.

Duotrope is a searchable database of over 2100 current markets for short fiction, poetry, and novels/collections in all genres. Available to paid subscribers only ($5/month or $50/year).

The New Pages Big List of Literary Magazines. Focuses on literary print and online magazines, listed A to Z. Also check the Calls for Submissions page.

Creative Writers Opportunities List. This Yahoo group posts calls for submissions and contest information for writers of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.

If you’d like to explore more options to get your writing out of the drawer and into print, check out the information at the companion website:

Be sure to check the ONGOING calls below. A number of journals accept submissions year-round (listed in alphabetical order).


Calling all Artists with a Story to Tell!
ReVerberation Festival at Spreckles Theater

A Night of Experience and Truth:
Cross-Community Dialogue through Art

The Fire Circle Festival: ReVerberation is an evening for writers, musicians and visual artists to come together and share their work, their stories and their experiences. Come and share your work on Spreckels Main Stage on March 23rd.

We are looking for original works that focus on personal experiences. Poems and monologues should be under three and a half minutes and other performances to be kept under five minutes.

Visual/Fine art and other art media welcome to be displayed.

The deadline for submissions is February 22nd.

Artists can submit their work via email (
or via our submission form on the festival page:


Wordrunner eChapbooks: Call for annual anthology

Petaluma-based Wordrunner eChapbooks will consider fiction, memoir/CNF and poetry for the spring 2019 anthology, to be published in April 2018. The theme is Upheavals—any disruption or disturbance of the natural order of things. As always, we are looking for emotional complexity and clear, uncluttered writing.

Submit up to three poems or one short story, flash, novel or memoir excerpt, or personal essay (750 to 6,000 words). There are separate categories for each genre (poetry, fiction, nonfiction). Submit to only one. Send us your best.

Submissions are open January 1 to February 28, 2019.

Payment: $5 to $25 for poems, stories and essays published in the annual anthology.

Submission fee: prose, $3; poetry, $2

Guidelines and submission link are at


Darkhouse Books: Love Theme

Darkhouse Books seeks submissions for the third installment in its RIFF literary series, What We Talk About When We Talk About It: Variations on the Theme of Love. Send us your best poetry or prose on this very broad theme.

What is love, anyhow? You can love your partner, your friend, your country, your dog, cat, rat, your local library, your family, yourself. You can love money, liquor, food, wilderness, or the dive bar on the corner. What does love make people do? What will people give for it? What will they steal? Does the razor love the wrist as a baby loves the breast? Where does sex figure in all of this? Does it?

This series leans toward the literary while welcoming all genres, so long as the author has paid close attention to craft. We are not looking for standard romance, but if you think your romance will win our love anyway, send it. Send us work that stands out because of its excellence, of course, but also because of its creative take on the theme and on the craft of writing. Take a risk and do it with panache!
When it comes to prose, the editors prefer short and tight, but if you write long and you can prove us wrong, you’re in.

We will accept reprints so long as the piece was published more than a year before you submit it, and you are submitting in accordance with the previous publisher’s guidelines, and ours.

Maximum length is 5,000 words; there is no minimum.

SUBMISSION Requirements:

  • Format your piece in 12-point Times New Roman or Courier, double spaced, with initial 0.5″ indents, and 1″ margins.
  • Send your manuscript as .doc or .docx. PLEASE DO NOT SEND IN ANY OTHER FORMAT.
  • Submit no more than five poems and/or two prose pieces. Submissions may be emailed to submissionsATdarkhousebooksDOTcom, and should include the word Love in the subject line.
  • Submissions will be accepted from November 10, 2018 through midnight (PST) February 28, 2019.
  • Payment to contributors is 50% of the royalties divided equally among the authors.


Winter 2019 Flash Fiction Contest

WOW! Women On Writing invites entries to its Winter 2019 Flash Fiction Contest. The honorable guest judge this season is Literary Agent Kari Sutherland with Bradford Literary Agency. Seeking short fiction of any genre between 250 – 750 words. The mission of this contest is to inspire creativity, communication, and well-rewarded recognition to contestants.

1st Place: $400, publication, interview, and $25 Amazon Gift Certificate; 2nd Place: $300, publication, interview, and $25 Amazon Gift Certificate; 3rd Place: $200, publication, interview and $25 Amazon Gift Certificate; 7 Runners Up receive $25 Amazon Gift Cards, publication and interview; and 10 Honorable mentions. Top 10 stories are published in the WOW! Women On Writing e-zine, and contestants are interviewed on WOW’s blog, The Muffin.

Electronic submissions via e-mail only; reprints are okay; multiple submissions are okay as long as they are submitted in their own individual e-mail. Open internationally. Limit: 300 entries. $10 entry fee; critique option for an additional $10.

Deadline: February 28, 2019


Little Patuxent Review’s Summer 2019 Issue

Little Patuxent Review (LPR) seeks nonfiction, fiction and poetry for its unthemed summer 2019 issue. Deadline: March 1, 2019. LPR publishes diverse voices and aesthetics. It is a biannual print journal. Payment: one copy. No submission fee. Guidelines are at:



The theme for our June 2019 show is “Borderlines”

Entries will be accepted from February 1-March 15, 2019.
Writers will be notified by April 1, 2019.

OFF THE PAGE READERS THEATER has been performing works from local writers since 2013. The next show will be performed in June, 2019 at Copperfield’s, Santa Rosa and Abacus, Sebastopol

Entry requirements
This theme is so broad, many works will fit. Here’s what works best for Readers Theater: We look for works which are dramatic, comic, tragic, nostalgic, ironic, ordinary, quirky. We specialize in performing local writers’ work.

Stories, plays, excerpts from longer:
2-30 minutes when read aloud, 2+ characters or points of view, lots of dialogue.

Poems, short narratives, memoir, lyrics:
1-8 minutes when read aloud, may be a single character/voice.

All works:
Appropriate for teen to adult audiences
Submit ONLY in a Word doc. or type/paste onto the email page.
BLIND ENTRIES: Author’s full name, contact info and title[s] must be on a separate page, NOT on the entries themselves. Please send each entry in a separate doc. [you may send a folder, for example] Limit: 6 entries/separate pieces per writer.

Send to:

Off the Page donates proceeds from each show to fire victims.


Belmont Story Review invites submissions for its 4th volume

We’re looking for submissions of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction from emerging and established writers. Also, we’re open to submissions of narrative journalism in the areas of music, publishing, creativity and collaboration, as well as faith and culture.

The reading period for volume four is from November 1, 2018 – March 15, 2019.
We award a cash honorarium of $50 for prose and $25 for poetry/flash fiction to authors who have accepted submissions. No fee to submit.

For more information, please visit


Tahoma Literary Review (TLR), Issue 13

TLR is open January 8 through March 31, 2019 for submissions in poetry, fiction and nonfiction. TLR publishes print and digital issues three times a year and pays contributors $50 for poetry and flash, $125 for longer work. Fees for submission: $4, poetry/flash and $5, longer work. Submission guidelines are at:


Pegasus Seeks Plays for Tapas 2019

Pegasus Theater Company is seeking submissions from Northern California playwrights for its 13th annual Tapas New Short Play Festival California. Over the past 12 years our audiences have enthusiastically embraced plays with a variety of themes and styles, presented in our intimate 45-seat venue, where we employ black boxes to quickly create minimalist sets for each play. We’ll be selecting seven plays for full production in mid-September.

All plays submitted must:

  • Be 10 minutes or under (assume one minute per standard script-style page)
  • Be unpublished and have never been produced in Sonoma County
  • Be written by a playwright from Northern California
  • Contain no more than five characters
  • Be suitable for production on a small stage using black stage boxes
  • Keep technical effects to a minimum
  • Be in a PDF format and sent to
  • Be received by midnight on April 1, 2019

We will announce the winning plays by June 1.

Each playwright may submit no more than two plays per season.

Any questions concerning submissions may be sent to


The Sitting Room 2019 Anthology — READERS WITHOUT BORDERS

The Sitting Room looks forward to reading your appreciations of a book or some poems you have read by a woman writer from another country and culture. Take only one page to tell us about your reading experience. Explore the impact (or any special insights into the culture) from your book having been written by a woman.

All contributions will be accepted, if they address the theme and follow the format and arrive by April 1, 2019. You do not have to be a “member” of the Sitting Room to contribute or of any one gender or age.

Guidelines for Anthology Contributions:
Send two files, as follows: ​
1) COVER SHEET with name, mailing address, telephone, e-mail address, title of the work
2) STORY OR POEM. Length: 750 words (1-2 pages)
​Format: Times New Roman; 12 pt, one-inch margins, single or double spaced, original title centered at the top
​Identification: Full name at the bottom of page, with e-mail and website, if desired

​Submission: E-mail as MS Word attachments to:

The anthology Publication Party coincides with the Sitting Room Birthday Celebration, usually the first Sunday afternoon in June. More details at:


Birdland Journal seeks prose and poetry from Northern California writers

The reading period for our Spring 2019 issue is January 1 to April 15. The theme for this issue is “A Matter of Character.”

Take this where you want to. Besides a character in a story, how about considering the character of a people or place? Take character out of the box. It might be a person, or an animal or an inanimate object.

We are looking for quality unpublished fiction, flash fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction from established and emerging Northern California writers. We welcome all kinds of writing, including voices that explore place through prisms of race, gender, and ethnic/social identity. Through the art of language, show us what makes Northern California breathe. Send us work that reflects our environment, cultural tolerance, and creative spirit. We are especially interested in writing that incorporates Northern California settings or topics. Our editors look for compelling voices and work that demonstrates attention to craft. We want writing that surprises us with its unique perspective. Writers must reside in Northern California. We do not accept previously published material. This includes publication in any public venue, including print, web, and personal blogs.

More details and guidelines for submissions are at:

Please send your work to




The Bakery Is Looking for Poems

The Bakery is a new online journal featuring a new poem every Monday through Friday, at The Journal  launched in July and is looking for poems.

Submission Guidelines:
Send 3-10 of your best poems in a .doc, .docx, or .rtf file. Put Poetry Submission in the subject title of your email and send to bakerymagazine (at) No need to send a cover letter. Just make sure your contact information appears either in your email or in the attachment.

Simultaneous Submissions are accepted, but please let us know as soon as any of your poems have been accepted elsewhere. No previously published poems. However, poems published on your personal website, blog or social network page are acceptable. If your poem is accepted, The Bakery asks that you remove your poem from your site for at least one month after publication.

The Bakery is also interested in poetry book reviews, both full collections and chapbooks. If you would like to submit a review, please send a query email with the title “Book Review Query.” Include in the body of the email the title of the book, a sample of any written reviews or critical work, and your contact information.

The Bakery also features art work each month. If you are interested in having your art featured, please send up to 5 JPGs attached an email with your contact information and the subject title: Art Submission.


Blue Mountain Press Accepting Book Manuscripts

Blue Mountain Press, the book division of Blue Mountain Arts, is accepting manuscripts in the following categories: gift books, personal growth, teens/tweens, family, relationships, motivational, and inspirational. Mail manuscripts to: Blue Mountain Press, P.O. Box 4219, Boulder, CO 80306. Request proposal guidelines or e-mail queries to Please add Sonoma somewhere in the subject line so we know you found this posting on the Sonoma County Literary Update website.

Please note: We are not accepting works of fiction, rhyming poetry, children’s books, chapbooks, memoirs, or books that promote a specific religion.

There is no deadline for submissions.


C&R Press: Call for Full-Length Manuscripts

C&R publishes fiction, short stories, poetry, essays, memoir and mixed genre work, with an aim to highlight female, minority, LGBT,  immigrant, progressive and submerged voices. Recent titles include While You Were Gone by Sibyl Baker, Ivy vs. Dogg: With a Cast of Thousands! by Brian Leung and Dark Horse by Kristina Marie Darling, as well as a collaboration with the Women’s National Book Association on Women in the Literary Landscape.

Our website is, and you’ll find the link to our
submissions guidelines here:


California Quarterly: Call for Poetry Submissions

California Quarterly is the poetry journal produced by the California State Poetry Society, with 50 pages of poetry per issue. The publication features a rich variety of work from poets nationwide as well as from other countries. Published four times a year, submissions are accepted year round. Guidelines are as follows: Submit up to 6 poems at one time, include name and address on all pages of poems (with 2-page maximum), SASE for response, unpublished poems only, and foreign poems with translations encouraged. Simultaneous submissions accepted. Send poetry submissions to:

CQ Editors
P.O. Box 7126
Orange, California 92863

You may also submit poetry through the website, though be sure to register first on the homepage. For more information on membership, contests and publishing opportunities with California State Poetry Society (CSPS), please visit our website at:

You may also order a copy of the latest issue at


Carbon Culture Review

Carbon Culture Review is a journal at the intersection of new literature, art, technology and contemporary culture.  We define culture broadly as the values, attitudes, actions and inventions of our global society and its subcultures in our modern age. Carbon Culture Review is distributed in bookstores throughout the United States annually by Media Solutions. CCR will also showcase a digital online issue with original monthly content updates on the web.  See:

We publish quality poetry, short stories, other literature and artwork that connect in some way with modern technology. We prefer work that is edgy, offers new perspectives, challenges traditional genres and modes of expression and moves or excites us.

In addition to our 2019 Print Issue, we are publishing three writers’ work per week on our Carbon Culture Review website. Our publishing imprint Carbon Books is seeking full-length submissions Poetry, Lit Fic, Quality Genre (no Fantasy), Memoir, and Essay. We’ve already selected two books and would like to acquire 2-4 more by September. Carbon Culture Review is a journal at the intersection of new literature, art, technology and contemporary culture. Check out our website at:

More details at:


Flash Fiction Magazine

Flash Fiction Magazine champions original, creative and engaging works of fiction, which run between 300-1000 words in their entirety. The stories can be of any genre but the emphasis should be placed on a complete story, where there is conflict and character development. FFM is always open for submissions. It is free to submit and although, they are based in California they accept stories from anywhere in the world.

There is no payment for stories published on the website but they pay $40 per story accepted for their anthologies and the best story of every month receives $100.
For guidelines and to submit your story please use the link:


Foundry Open Call for Poetry

General submissions are always open for free.

Foundry publishes a range of styles and forms, from short lyric poems to prose poems and longer narratives. We are drawn to poems that feel as much as they think.

We are committed to inclusivity and warmly welcome submissions from marginalized voices. We will not consider work with sexist, racist, homophobic, xenophobic, or able-ist content.

Please submit 3-5 original, previously unpublished poems through Submittable. All poems should be included in a single .DOC/.DOCX or PDF file with one poem per page (eight pages maximum). Enter a cover letter with a brief third-person bio in the space provided by Submittable.

We read year-round and publish new issues in March, June, September, and December.

Foundry pays $10 per poem. More guidelines and submittable link at:


Ginosko Literary Journal’s Call for Submissions

Accepting short fiction & poetry, creative nonfiction, interviews, social justice concerns, spiritual insights for GINOSKO LITERARY JOURNAL.

Editorial lead time 1-2 months; accept simultaneous submissions & reprints; length flexible, accept excerpts. Receives postal submissions & email—prefer email submissions as attachments in Microsoft Works Word Processor or Rich Text Format. Copyright reverts to author. Read year around.

Publishing as semiannual ezine. Check downloadable issues on website for style & tone:
Use latest version of Adobe Reader.

ezine circulation 6000+. Website traffic 500-750 hits/month.

Also looking for books to post on website, spoken word recordings, and links to exchange.

Ginosko (ghin-océ-koe) To perceive, understand, realize, come to know; knowledge that has an inception, a progress, an attainment. The recognition of truth by experience.

Member CLMP.

Ginosko Literary Journal
Robert Paul Cesaretti, Editor
PO Box 246
Fairfax, CA 94978


Glimmertrain Fiction Submissions

Glimmertrain Stories accepts fiction in five categories: Standard (low fee, $2), Fiction Open, Very Short Fiction Award, Family Matters, and Short Story Award for New Writers. For complete guidelines:

NOTE: Glimmer Train will be pulling into the station for good at the end of 2019, but will be accepting submissions through May 15, 2019. Read more about it here.

Updated January 2019.

  • January/February 2019: Final Very Short Fiction Award (up to 3,000 words)
  • January/February 2019: Final Fiction Open (3,000 to 28,000 words)
  • March/April 2019: Final Short Story Award for New Writers
  • March/April 2019: Final Family Matters Contest (5,000 to 12,000 words)
  • April 2019: Final Standard category (up to 12,000 words)

To make a submission, go to:

Reading fee: $16 to $21 per story, other than Standard submissions.
Authors are paid from $300 to $3,000, depending on contest ($700 for standard category).


Harvard Square Editions Accepting Novel Manuscripts

Harvard Square Editions, an alumni run independent press, is accepting manuscripts. There is no deadline for submissions. Guidelines: Email queries to:


HeartWood Literary Magazine Call for Submissions

Brand new online literary magazine, in association with the Low-Res MFA at West Virginia Wesleyan College, publishes twice yearly in April and October.

We accept submissions year round through Submittable, and welcome previously unpublished poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction, from both established and emerging writers.

Please note: We do love Appalachian voices, but we enthusiastically encourage writers from all backgrounds to submit.

We are interested in writing that pushes into, dares to reveal, its own truth, that takes emotional risks, that gets to the heart of the matter. Simultaneous submissions are fine, provided you notify us if the work is accepted elsewhere.

Complete Submission Details can be found on our website:


Mastodon Publishing

Mastodon Publishing, a new full service indie publisher, publishes a spectrum of literary voices, with the goal of bringing diverse and uncensored writing to life in many shapes and forms. We also welcome upmarket and commercial manuscripts, including non fiction and special interest items (cookbooks, academic, YA, genre and others). We have two titles so far: A Diet of Worms by Eric Rasmussen and Life During Wartime by Katie Rogin, with four more due out this fall.

We love ideas and imaginative minds, creative minds, and technical minds: anyone with good thoughts and good writing. We want to bring as diverse and uncensored a catalog to life as we can, through print and digital, from short books to large books, technical to creative. Mastodon is Thoughts Made Real.

Mastodon is currently open for full-length submissions in all categories. Our website is and our submittable page:


Occidental Center for the Arts (OCA) Book Launch Series Guidelines: Call to All Writers

1)  All genres considered: Fiction (Novel, Novella or Short Stories), Non-Fiction, Poetry
2)  Preference given to local Sonoma County writers or material about Sonoma County.
3)  Books should be published within past twelve months. Author may read from and sell other previously published pieces.
4)  Preference given to authors with hard copy, rather than e-book.
5)  Application Procedure: Send sample of 2-3 chapters of prose; 5-10 pages of poetry. Include brief bio and any writing credits. Send to Occidental Center for the Arts website:, and/or hard copy to OCA, 3850 Doris Murphy Way, Occidental, 95465, with “Attention: Book Launch Committee”.
6)  This is an on-going series: Submitted work will be reviewed by Book Launch Committee. Writers are notified as soon as possible.
7)  One or two writers are featured at each reading. Short reading along with book sale and signing. Each author is encouraged to create his/her launch with its own unique signature.
8)  If self-published, author provides books for the Book Launch/signing event. Authors with major publishers will arrange with OCA on how books (those sold at launch) will be obtained.
9)  Authors agree to donate a percentage of book sales (at least 10%) to Occidental Center for the Arts.
10) OCA will publicize the event but writers are expected to publicize through their social networks and e-mail lists.


PANK Magazine and PANK Books

[PANK] — PANK Magazine and PANK Books,, the Little Book and Big Book series, fosters access to emerging and experimental poetry and prose, publishing the brightest and most promising writers for the most adventurous readers. To the end of the road, up country, a far shore, the edge of things, to a place of amalgamation and unplumbed depths, where the known is made and unmade, and where unimagined futures are born, a place inhabited by contradictions, a place of quirk and startling anomaly, [PANK], no soft pink hands allowed.

Please visit our page for submission info:


Pithead Chapel: A Monthly Online Journal of Short Fiction

Pithead Chapel is a small, independent journal out of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, run by people who love to read and write fiction.

At Pithead Chapel, we’re looking for engaging stories told in honest voices. Most of all, we want to feel something. We want to reach the last word and immediately crave more. We want your story to leave a brilliant bruise. Send us your best work and we’ll do our best to get your voice heard. Sorry, we’re not into genre pieces (e.g., science fiction, horror, fantasy, and romance).

If you write short fiction, please consider visiting us and submitting some of your work:


Postcard Poems and Prose Magazine: Open Call

Postcard Poems and Prose Magazine seeks tight, gripping prose and poetry.
We use Submittable and all submissions need to come through that system so our first-reader staff can evaluate them as a team.

Postcard Poems and Prose publishes 8-10 poems and 4-5 flash fiction features online each month (120-200 poems and short prose pieces annually).

Reading period—January 1 thru December 31. (Open submission call)
We judge each piece on its merit rather than author biographical information.



The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society

The Rain, Party, & Disaster Society is a workshop-based online literary publication that strives to give representation to new ideas and thoughts, to challenge the reader and to question commonly accepted opinions, values, etiquette and ideas. Within our pages, you may find: works that tackle hot-button issues, works presented in a style that is out of the ordinary, works that present the reader with a question or debate, and works that break mainstream rules within their genre. All of the pieces you find on this site have been through our workshop process, during which the RP&D editorial staff works closely with contributors to hone their voice and help them to produce the best possible work for you, the reader, to experience.

We currently accept works of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry every month between the 1st and the 15th. Please view our guidelines page for more information on submission requirements.


Straylight: Call for Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction

Straylight, the literary journal of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, is calling for submissions of fiction and poetry for both our print magazine and for publication on our website. Our online edition (The Villa) is also calling for novellette and novella-length fiction submissions for serialization. We will consider any genre, but are looking for high-quality work. Submissions may be made electronically at Find us on the web at


The Sunflower Collective: Call for submissions (Rolling — all round the year)

The Sunflower Collective is looking for submissions. We celebrate the personal and the political — which we believe to be one and the same thing — in art. We would like to mention at the outset that we are not interested in art that does not take risks. We do not mind if you have a degree but we are unlikely to be impressed by it. Nor do we care which journals have published your work before. All we are interested in is something that sings for itself without any props, something that grabs us by our throat and refuses to let go, something that shakes us out of our complacent stupor. Give us something hungry, not bellyful; something beat, if you get our drift. We express our inability to publish anything that propagates either left-wing or right-wing fascism.

Please send us your poems, prose, artwork and photographs in the body of the mail at with the subject line mentioning your genre of Submissions. Do read the submission guidelines before sending your work.

Submission Guidelines:

1) Poetry: 1-5 poems (Around 5 pages of poetry in total)
2) Prose: 2000-3000 words ( Fiction/ Non Fiction/ Experimental/Memoirs)
3) Art work and Photographs/ Photo Essays (5-10 in JPEG format and must not exceed 250K in size )
4) Format: Poetry and Prose submissions to be sent in the body of the mail, unless there are specific formatting requirements from the author (Needs to be mentioned in the mail). Photos and scanned Artwork in zipped folders. Photo essays in MS Word with zipped folders of JPEG images separately attached.

Please send us your work in a single mail only.


Trainless Magazine

Trainless Magazine is now accepting unsolicited fiction and nonfiction. Nonfiction articles should stay relevant to our magazine’s theme of travel, athleticism, and culture. Fiction is much more open, as every world created through fiction presents a new “culture.” Stories ranging from 500-3,000 words are accepted. It would have to be an incredible, really unstoppable story to keep our readers reading after 3,000 words. More details at:



whimperbang, an online journal of artistic commentary, published three times a year, invites the submission of serious, directed artistic expressions that reflect or comment upon today’s world. All literary and visual genres will be considered. See our “Submission Guidelines” at



WILDNESS wants work that evokes the unknown. Now seeking poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Submissions on a rolling basis.


Zymbol Open Call for Books

Zymbol is publishing books!!! Each book we publish will receive full distribution, a sponsored reading, an ad in our annual international newsstand edition of Zymbol magazine and copies of the book. Our open call is for all genres, approaches and subject matter and we’re looking for novels, short story and poetry collections. See:

Zymbol has opened submissions for our online edition and our 2019 print edition. Additionally, our new book imprint, Zymbol Books, is open and offering a book prize contest. The winning title will receive $1000, publication with a standard contract, and $3000 devoted to advertising and promotion. We will publish 2-3 books in 2019, chosen from the winning and runner-up titles. Find us at


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