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Entries sought for regional magazine

Lake Region Review seeks quality fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry by writers in Minnesota and the eastern Dakotas, especially from those with a personal connection to the region. Submissions don’t necessarily need to be grounded in the region.

The deadline is June 1 to be considered for inclusion in Lake Region Review 3, the third issue of the literary magazine published by the Lake Region Writers Network. Submission guidelines and procedures are spelled out online at

Athena Kildegaard of Morris, Minn., the publication’s editor-in-chief, is a widely published and recognized poet and author who teaches at the University of Minnesota. Luke Anderson of Battle Lake, is the magazine’s managing editor.

The magazine is produced by volunteers who love the Lake Region and want to recognize authors who are inspired to write by and about this region and its people. The magazine will be an 8.5-by-5.5-inch soft-cover book of about 170 pages.