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Steve Kissing published three poems with us. More recently, he published One Per Customer (second story on the page) in Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine. It’s worth reading!

Deborah Reed

December 7, 2010

Deborah L. Reed currently resides in a small bedroom community in Central Texas with her daughter, grandson, and two dogs. She is a retired Science teacher who now works in Code Enforcement. She was recently nominated for the Pushcart Prize for her short story “Leah and Her Stuffed House.”

Read her essay “Prayer.”

Peter Tetro

November 30, 2010

Peter Tetro is published, posted, and forthcoming in a number of print and electronic publications. He continues to write and participate in local reading series. He has worked in both rural and urban Canadian settings in many fields, including construction, tourism, teaching/counselling and program administration. His poetry is often influenced by philosophical and theological interests developed while a student of the Jesuits in Montreal.

Read ‘Human Links.’

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Editor’s note

September 26, 2010

LiturgicalCredo is moving to a new publishing format. Instead of having seasonal editions, we will hold ongoing, open submissions, and we will update the site with new work as frequently as possible.

That being said, LiturgicalCredo occasionally will publish special themed editions with limited submission dates.

Writers may submit their works to colin@liturgicalcredo.com. However, please read several previously published works before submitting.

New work will start appearing on our home page soon!

C.D. Albin, who has published two poems with LiturgicalCredo, was mentioned in this past week’s NewPages blog. Albin is the editor of Elder Mountain: A Journal of Ozarks Studies.

Read the NewPages post here.

Read Albin’s poems Plain People and Removal.

We’re still looking at some poetry submission. We expect to be adding to the lineup of our Spring edition soon.

We’ve launched the second edition under our new mission statement. The Spring 2010 edition, as it now stands, offers 11 new poems and two essays. However, we will be updating the homepage through the rest of April and May with new poems, essays, and stories, so please visit often.

New edition is live!

December 6, 2009

Finally, LiturgicalCredo has a new edition! It’s the first issue under the new mission statement: “contemporary stories of faith and doubt.” Start here.

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