Submission Deadline

 Artemis 2019 Submissions

CLOSED

With the Holidays upon us, we’re reflective of how grateful we are for our community of contributors & readers! Each year, our editing team sifts through content from the New River Valley & beyond to bring Artemis to life. With only one week until 2019 submissions close, we find ourselves looking for more local content and first-time contributors to connect us to our roots of fostering Appalachian art and literary excellence!

Please spread the word to your friends and family, and to the writers/poets/artists in your life who have always wanted to be published! Many of our first time contributors go on to be published in other works and a few have even joined our editor’s circle. As we look ahead to 2019, we are focused on cultivating our community and invite you to join the conversation. Cheers to 2018, friends; we wish you a very happy holiday season!
~The Editing Team at Artemis

2018-2019 

Theme

“Women Hold Up Half the Sky”

Entries accepted include poetry, art and science fiction short story

http://www.artemisjournal.org/entry-guidelines

Artemis is grateful to the Roanoke Arts Commission &
The Roanoke Taubman Museum of Art for their continued support
    Image “The Myth of Sisyphus” by Albert Camus
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Poetry Reading

ARTEMIS AND ROANOKE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Guest Artemis Published Poets

Amanda Wright

Ashley Rhame

Linde Furman

Matt Dhillon

Cassie Keene

Julia Fallon

Raleigh Court Library

2112 Grandin Road SW

Roanoke, Va. 24015

Free event and open to the public

Left: Maurice Ferguson, Artemis Literary Editor, Poets, Julia Fallon, Ashley Rhame, Amanda Wright, Linde Furman,Jeri Rogers, Artemis Editor, (back) Matt Dhillon

 

ARTEMIS Donates 10% of journal profits to the Women’s Resource Center

 

The orgin of Artemis Journal is rooted in social activism, starting in 1977 as a writing workshop for  abused women of the Women’s Resource Center in Roanoke, Virginia. Ten percent of this year’s publication is shared with the Women’s Resource Center in Radford, Virginia, a safe haven for abused women and children.

In solidarity with the women and children who face violence, fear, homelessness and unemployment, we hope that one day there will not be a need for these shelters.

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ARTEMIS JOURNAL 2018 ANNOUNCES ITS THEME

 Floyd, Va. (October 6, 2017)Artemis Journal is pleased to announce its theme for its next journal, “Women hold up half the sky”.  Submissions will include, poetry, prose, sci-fi short stories, and art with a deadline for submitting on November 30, 2017.  The published journal will be launched May 4, 2018 at the Roanoke Taubman Museum of Art with our special guest writer, the acclaimed, New York Times bestselling author, including her latest novel, “The Unquiet Grave”, Sharyn McCrumb. (Sharyn McCrumb – New York Times Bestselling Author)

 

Artemis is committed to encouraging writers to develop ideas and narratives that will help shape the future of our humanity. The Artemis theme has been widely endorsed and through networking Artemis Journal was approached by an arts and educational nonprofit, the Light Bringer Project (Light Bringer Project) to partner with our organization.

Each year Light Bringer Project invites science fiction writers worldwide to submit their original science fiction stories for The Roswell Award. By adopting our theme “Women hold up half the sky”, Light Bringer Project will partner with Artemis and the Hollywood Chapter of the National Organization for Women (Hollywood NOW) in recognizing a sci-fi story that embraces feminist themes and has a strong female protagonist. DEADLINE JANUARY 29, 2018.

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Artemis Journal “Je suis Charlie!”

Eiffel Tower
Eiffel Tower – Photography by Jeri Rogers

I just returned from Paris last month, where my husband, Jonathan and I went to see the revitalized play, “An American in Paris.” Our dear friend, Garen Scribner, was cast for the play and we went to watch him perform. It was a fantastic play, lots of acting, singing and dancing and a great rewrite of the original script for the 1952 movie staring Gene Kelly.

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