Are you a street-wise Melbourne writer? Do you have a penchant for Melbourne’s plazas? Is your imagination caught by its courts? Or are you literally living on Easey Street?
We’re seeking submissions for an anthology of personal essays and stories about Melbourne’s streets. Send us your fond memories of the first Melbourne street you lived on; an ode to your favourite shopping strip; a rant about your daily commute; the secret history of an obscure laneway.
What we’re looking for are personal essays that prompt recognition, if not nostalgia, in anyone who’s ever lived in or visited Melbourne. We don’t have strict criteria for style or tone, but we’ll err on the side of humour and thoughtfulness.
Contributors will be paid for their work. For more information go to www.quietcorner.com.au/melbourne-street-anthology