Brings to life a local community.
Highlights a kaleidoscope of businesses, products and people.
Provides touchpoints that cultivate joy and comfort.
Splashes color onto the outlines of our days.
Vol. 2 Fall | Winter 2020
Artists, Writers, Sponsors, Partners, Businesses
Bluebird City seeks community contributions for our fall print issue!
Artists and writers to submit pieces that reflect our theme, Spark, in a creative, thoughtful and meaningful way.
Sponsors/partners to support our efforts to launch a community-focused publication that marks the best of our area.
Businesses to showcase their work through advertisements in a beautiful book that celebrates area adventures and delights.
1. a small fiery particle thrown off from a fire
2. a trace of a specified quality or intense feeling
Poems: 250 words max
Short stories: 900-2000 words
Art: High resolution photographs of any medium
Please send questions and submissions to: hello@bluebirdcity through August 1st, 2020
Photo by Claire Harvey
BlueBird City is a community of people--reflected in a print publication supplemented with online stories of local adventures and delights. We feature writers, artists, and professionals who capture an area’s personality.
It began with a friendship that bloomed in a writing class, revealing a shared appreciation for peoples’ stories--a love of different generations and backgrounds and a desire to make a place feel like home.
BlueBird City emerged from a talk on a trail, the promise of a fresh idea, and a text message photo clue. Between client meetings, kid drop-offs, appointments, a funny family dinner and four million
The BlueBird made its nest.
The bluebird symbolizes joy and happiness. In the midst of a busy world, we hope to bring pause with simple stories and elements that delight.
A community coming together under both diverse and collective experiences.
Fueled by the creative contributions of neighbors and friends.
You will define "us."
Our community of local writers, artists and professionals will contribute content and ideally be BlueBird City readers themselves.