Whitefish Review to Go ‘Wild’

By Beacon Staff

If you want your work to appear on the same pages as John Irving and Tom Brokaw, the clock is ticking. The submission deadline for the twice-annual Whitefish Review is March 15.

Published twice a year, the Whitefish Review features stories, interviews, conversations and art from established and emerging authors. This year the nonprofit publication is pushing forward with its first themed issue, which will focus on the wilderness and be guest edited by ecologist and writer Cristina Eisenberg.

“We will publish writing and art that explore the untamable and wild in astonishing ways, from wolves howling at the door, elemental forces ranging in the mountains, and wild, creative urges surging deep within hearts and minds,” Eisenberg said.

Eisenberg, who lives in Bigfork, is working on her second book and recently earned a doctorate in forestry and wildlife at Oregon State University.

Content for the summer issue can be submitted at www.whitefishreview.com.

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