Lone Star Legacy: African American History in Texas - Preserve Your Legacy * Publish you story
 




Lone Star Legacy: Poetry, Prose and History is now accepting submissions by Writers from Texas and Writers with Connections to Texas.
  
Lone Star Legacy details the struggles, existence, and triumphs of trailblazing African Americans (current and past) throughout Texas, including various periods from their arrival to the present.

Several memorable incidents have taken place in Texas ranging from 1960 sit-ins led by Texas Southern University students in Houston to Barbara Jordan becoming the First black woman to serve in the Texas State Senate.


Lone Star Legacy welcomes Poetry, Prose, Essays, and Non-Fiction entries about men and women who have made historic contributions throughout Texas.

Notable entries about current and historic events, academic establishments, and progressive businesses are welcome.

The Premiere 2011 Issue includes entries from:

Jericho Brown, PhD
Recipient of the Whiting Writers Award
and the Bunting Fellowship from the 
Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University

Horace Maxile, Jr.
Associate Director of Research
Center for Black Music Research
Columbia College Chicago
Chicago, Illinois

Edna Garte, PhD
Interdisciplinary Cross-Cultural Humanities
Oakland Community College
Auburn Hills, Michigan

Jeremy Paden, PhD
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Transylvania University
Lexington, Kentucky

Maya Therese-Washington
Arts Educator, Actor, Writer
and Filmmaker
Her full length play South of Adams,
West of Figueroa was selected as a 
participant in Congo Square Theatre's
August Wilson Playwriting Initiative 


Delicia Daniels, M.F.A
Editor in Chief
English Instructor
Wiley College
Marshall, Texas

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