Grants & Awards

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Over 110 up­com­ing dead­lines, plus 5 new awards and 167 re­cent win­ners.

2 El­iz­a­beths

LOVE AND RO­MANCE WRIT­ING CON­TEST A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in the 2 El­iz­a­beths 2019 an­thol­ogy will be given an­nu­ally for a poem or short story that fea­tures themes of love and/or ro­mance. Elise Hol­land will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit 3 to 10 pages of po­etry or a story of 1,000 to 6,000 words with a $22.50 en­try fee by Novem­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

2 El­iz­a­beths, Love and Ro­mance Writ­ing Con­test, 2802 Tim­mons Lane #22274, Hous­ton, TX 77027. Elise Hol­land, Ed­i­tor in Chief. info.2eliz­a­beths@gmail.com 2eliz­a­beths.com/love-ro­mance-writ­ing -con­test-grand-prize-1000

Acad­emy of Amer­i­can Po­ets

WALT WHIT­MAN AWARD A prize of $5,000, pub­li­ca­tion by Gray­wolf Press, and a six-week res­i­dency at the Civitella Ranieri Cen­ter in Um­bria, Italy, is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion by a poet who has not pub­lished a book of po­ems in a stan­dard edi­tion. The win­ning book will also be dis­trib­uted to 5,000 mem­bers of the Acad­emy of Amer­i­can Po­ets. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 48 to 100 pages with a $35 en­try fee by Novem­ber 1. Visit the web­site for the re­quired en­try form and com­plete guide­lines. Acad­emy of Amer­i­can Po­ets, Walt Whit­man Award, 75 Maiden Lane, Suite 901, New York, NY 10038. (212) 274-0343, ext. 13. Nikay Pare­des, Pro­grams Co­or­di­na­tor. npare­des@po­ets.org www.po­ets.org/acad­emy-amer­i­can-po­ets/prizes /walt-whit­man-award Alice James Books

ALICE JAMES AWARD A prize of $2,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Alice James Books is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion by a poet re­sid­ing in the United States. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 48 to 100 pages with a $30 en­try fee by Novem­ber 1. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Alice James Books, Alice James Award, 114 Prescott Street, Farm­ing­ton, ME 04938. (207) 778-7071. Alyssa Nep­tune, Man­ag­ing Ed­i­tor. info@al­ice­james­books.org

www.al­ice­james­books.org/alice-james-award

Amer­i­can Acad­emy in Ber­lin

BER­LIN PRIZE FEL­LOW­SHIPS Res­i­den­tial fel­low­ships are given an­nu­ally to fic­tion writ­ers and cre­ative non­fic­tion writ­ers to spend an aca­demic se­mes­ter in res­i­dence at the Hans Arn­hold Cen­ter at the Amer­i­can Acad­emy in Ber­lin. Fel­lows re­ceive a $5,000 monthly stipend, lodg­ing, par­tial board, and round-trip air­fare. Writ­ers based in the United States who have pub­lished at least one book of fic­tion or non­fic­tion are el­i­gi­ble. Sub­mit two writ­ing sam­ples to­tal­ing no more than 60 pages, a cur­ricu­lum vi­tae, and three let­ters of rec­om­men­da­tion (sent di­rectly to the Acad­emy by the ref­er­ences) by Oc­to­ber 5. Fic­tion writ­ers should sub­mit an ad­di­tional writ­ing sam­ple of 15 to 20 pages from a pro­posed project; non­fic­tion writ­ers should sub­mit a project pro­posal of five to seven pages. There is no ap­pli­ca­tion fee. Visit the web­site for the re­quired en­try form and com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Amer­i­can Acad­emy in Ber­lin, Ber­lin Prize Fel­low­ships, Am Sandw­erder 17-19, 14109 Ber­lin, Ger­many. Emma Lo, Fel­lows Se­lec­tion Man­ager. el@amer­i­canacademy.de www.amer­i­canacademy.de/ap­ply/ap­ply-for-a -fel­low­ship

Amer­i­can Lit­er­ary Re­view

LIT­ER­ARY AWARDS Three prizes of $1,000 each and pub­li­ca­tion in Amer­i­can Lit­er­ary Re­view are given an­nu­ally for a poem, a short story, and an es­say. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit up to three po­ems, a story of up to 8,000 words, or an es­say of up to 6,500 words with a $15 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Amer­i­can Lit­er­ary Re­view, Lit­er­ary Awards, P.O. Box 311307, Univer­sity of North Texas, Denton, TX 76203.

www.amer­i­can­lit­er­aryre­view.com

Amer­i­can Po­etry Re­view

HON­ICK­MAN FIRST BOOK PRIZE A prize of $3,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Amer­i­can Po­etry Re­view is given an­nu­ally for a first po­etry col­lec­tion. The win­ning book is dis­trib­uted by Cop­per Canyon Press through Con­sor­tium. Sharon Olds will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of at least 48 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Amer­i­can Po­etry Re­view, Hon­ick­man First Book Prize, 320 South Broad Street, Hamil­ton #313, Philadel­phia, PA 19102. El­iz­a­beth Scan­lon, Ed­i­tor.

www.aprweb.org Amy Low­ell Po­etry Trav­el­ing Schol­ar­ship An award of ap­prox­i­mately $59,000 is given an­nu­ally to a U.S. poet for a year of travel and study abroad. Sub­mit two copies of up to 40 pages of po­etry or a pub­lished book and up to 20 pages of po­etry and the re­quired en­try form by Oc­to­ber 15. There is no en­try fee. Visit the web­site for the re­quired en­try form

and com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Amy Low­ell Po­etry Trav­el­ing Schol­ar­ship, c/o Thomas H. P. Whit­ney Jr. and Wil­liam A. Low­ell, Choate, Hall & Ste­wart, LLP, 2 In­ter­na­tional Place, Bos­ton, MA 02110. amy­low­ell@choate.com

www.amy­low­ell.org

A Pub­lic Space

A PUB­LIC SPACE FEL­LOW­SHIPS Three six-month fel­low­ships of $1,000 each are given an­nu­ally to emerg­ing fic­tion writ­ers and non­fic­tion writ­ers who have not pub­lished a full-length book. The fel­lows will work with the ed­i­tors to pre­pare a piece for pub­li­ca­tion in A Pub­lic Space and will also have the op­por­tu­nity to meet with pub­lish­ing pro­fes­sion­als and par­tic­i­pate in a pub­lic read­ing in New York City. For fel­low­ships from March 2019 to Septem­ber 2019, us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem sub­mit a short story or es­say of any length with a cover let­ter and a brief writ­ten state­ment between Septem­ber 15 and Oc­to­ber 15. There is no ap­pli­ca­tion fee. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. A Pub­lic Space, A Pub­lic Space Fel­low­ships, 323 Dean Street, Brook­lyn, NY 11217. (718) 858-8067. gen­eral@apublic­space.org

www.apublic­space.org

Au­tumn House Press

PO­ETRY CHAP­BOOK PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Au­tumn House Press is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry chap­book. Gerry LaFem­ina will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 12 to 20 pages with a $20 en­try fee by Novem­ber 1. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Au­tumn House Press, Po­etry Chap­book Prize, P.O. Box 5486, Pitts­burgh, PA 15206. www.au­tumn­house.org/con­test-sub­mis­sions /chap­book

Bos­ton Re­view

AURA ESTRADA SHORT STORY CON­TEST A prize of $1,500 and pub­li­ca­tion on the Bos­ton Re­view web­site is given an­nu­ally for a short story. Alexan­der Chee will judge. Sub­mit a story of up to 5,000 words with a $20 en­try fee, which in­cludes a copy of Bos­ton Re­view’s 2018 spe­cial lit­er­ary sup­ple­ment, Evil Em­pire, by Oc­to­ber 1. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Bos­ton Re­view, Aura Estrada Short Story Con­test, P.O. Box 425786, Cam­bridge, MA 02142. (617) 324-1360. re­view@boston­re­view.net

boston­re­view.net/con­tests

Boule­vard NON­FIC­TION CON­TEST FOR EMERG­ING WRIT­ERS A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in Boule­vard will be given an­nu­ally for an es­say by a writer who has not pub­lished a full-length book in any genre with a na­tion­ally dis­trib­uted press. The ed­i­tors will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit an es­say of up to 8,000 words with a $16 en­try fee, which in­cludes a sub­scrip­tion to Boule­vard, by Septem­ber 30. All en­tries will be con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Boule­vard, Non­fic­tion Con­test for Emerg­ing Writ­ers, 4125 Ju­ni­ata Street B, Saint Louis, MO 63116. Jes­sica Ro­gen, Ed­i­tor.

www.boule­vard­magazine.org

Briar Cliff Re­view

WRIT­ING CON­TESTS Three prizes of $1,000 each and pub­li­ca­tion in Briar Cliff Re­view are given an­nu­ally for a poem, a short story, and an es­say. The ed­i­tors will judge. Sub­mit three po­ems to­tal­ing no more than six pages or up to 5,000 words of prose with a $20 en­try fee, which in­cludes a copy of the prize is­sue, by Novem­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Briar Cliff Re­view, Writ­ing Con­tests, Briar Cliff Univer­sity, 3303 Re­becca Street, Sioux City, IA 51104. (712) 279-1651. Tri­cia Cur­rans-Shee­han, Ed­i­tor. tri­cia.cur­rans-shee­han@bri­ar­cliff.edu

www.bcreview.org

Brick Road Po­etry Press

BOOK CON­TEST A prize of $1,000, pub­li­ca­tion by Brick Road Po­etry Press, and 25 au­thor copies is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Keith Bad­owski and Ron Self will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 50 to 100 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Novem­ber 1. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Brick Road Po­etry Press, Book Con­test, 513 Broad­way, Columbus, GA 31901. Keith Bad­owski and Ron Self, Coed­i­tors.

www.brick­road­po­et­ry­press.com

Brook­lyn Film & Arts Fes­ti­val

BROOK­LYN NON­FIC­TION PRIZE A prize of $500 and pub­li­ca­tion on the Brook­lyn Film & Arts Fes­ti­val web­site is given an­nu­ally for a work of non­fic­tion that is set in Brook­lyn, New York, and ren­ders the bor­ough’s “rich soul and in­tan­gi­ble qual­i­ties through the writer’s ac­tual ex­pe­ri­ences of Brook­lyn.” Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit an es­say of up to 2,500 words by Novem­ber 15. There is no en­try fee. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Brook­lyn Film & Arts Fes­ti­val, Brook­lyn Non­fic­tion Prize, P.O. Box 491, New York, NY 10156. brook­lynfa@ya­hoo.com

www.film­brook­lyn.org Cal­i­for­nia State Univer­sity in Fresno

PHILIP LEVINE PRIZE FOR PO­ETRY A prize of $2,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by An­hinga Press is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Peter Ever­wine will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 48 to 80 pages with a $25 en­try fee ($28 for elec­tronic sub­mis­sions) by Oc­to­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Cal­i­for­nia State Univer­sity in Fresno, Philip Levine Prize for Po­etry, English De­part­ment, Mail Stop PB 98, 5245 North Backer Av­enue, Fresno, CA 93740. (559) 278-1569. Cor­rinne Clegg Hales, Co­or­di­na­tor. levineprize@mail.fres­nos­tate.edu

www.fres­nos­tate.edu/levineprize

Car­low Univer­sity

PA­TRI­CIA DOBLER PO­ETRY AWARD A prize val­ued at $2,000 is given an­nu­ally to a wo­man poet over 40 who has not pub­lished a book in any genre. The win­ner re­ceives $1,000, pub­li­ca­tion in Voices From the At­tic, and round-trip trans­porta­tion and lodg­ing to give a read­ing at Car­low Univer­sity. Sub­mit two po­ems of up to 75 lines each with a $20 en­try fee, which in­cludes a copy of Voices From the At­tic, by Oc­to­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Car­low Univer­sity, Pa­tri­cia Dobler Po­etry Award, c/o Jan Beatty, Di­rec­tor of Cre­ative Writ­ing, 3333 Fifth Av­enue, Pitts­burgh, PA 15213. (412) 578-6346.

Jan Beatty and Sarah Wil­liams-Dev­ereux, Contacts. sewil­liams412@car­low.edu

www.car­low.edu/Dobler_Poetry_Award.aspx

Cave Canem Foun­da­tion TOI DERRICOTTE & CORNELIUS EADY CHAP­BOOK PRIZE A prize val­ued at ap­prox­i­mately $2,500 is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry chap­book by a Black poet. The win­ner will re­ceive $500, pub­li­ca­tion by Jai-Alai Books, and a week­long res­i­dency at the Writer’s Room at the Betsy Ho­tel in Mi­ami, Florida, and will give a read­ing at the O, Mi­ami Po­etry Fes­ti­val in April 2019. Dawn Lundy Martin will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 25 to 30 pages with a $12 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Cave Canem Foun­da­tion, Toi Derricotte & Cornelius Eady Chap­book Prize, 20 Jay Street, Suite 310-A, Brook­lyn, NY 11201. (718) 858-0000.

cave­canem­po­ets.org/prizes/toi-derricotte

-cornelius-eady-chap­book-prize Cloud­bank Books

VERN RUTSALA BOOK PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Cloud­bank Books is given an­nu­ally for a col­lec­tion of po­etry, flash fic­tion, or a com­bi­na­tion of the two. Christo­pher Buck­ley will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 60 to 90 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Cloud­bank Books, Vern Rutsala Book Prize, P.O. Box 610, Cor­val­lis, OR 97339. (877) 782-6762. Michael Malan, Ed­i­tor. michael@cloud­bank­books.com

www.cloud­bank­books.com

Cof­fee-House Po­etry TROUBADOUR IN­TER­NA­TIONAL PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of £2,000 (ap­prox­i­mately $2,600) is given an­nu­ally for a poem. A sec­ond­place prize of £1,000 (ap­prox­i­mately $1,300) is also given. Both win­ners re­ceive pub­li­ca­tion on the Cof­fee-House Po­etry web­site and an in­vi­ta­tion to read in Lon­don in Novem­ber. Daljit Na­gra and Jo Shap­cott will judge. Sub­mit a poem of up to 45 lines with a $7.50 en­try fee ($5 for each ad­di­tional poem) by Oc­to­ber 22. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Cof­fee-House Po­etry, Troubadour In­ter­na­tional Po­etry Prize, P.O. Box 16210, Lon­don W4 1ZP, United King­dom. coff­po­etry@aol.com

www.cof­fee­house­po­etry.org/prizes

Com­stock Re­view

PO­ETRY CHAP­BOOK CON­TEST A prize of $1,000, pub­li­ca­tion by the Com­stock Writ­ers Group, and 50 au­thor copies is given bi­en­ni­ally for a po­etry chap­book. Peggy Miller will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 25 to 34 pages with a $30 en­try fee, which in­cludes a copy of the win­ning chap­book, by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Com­stock Re­view, Po­etry Chap­book Con­test, 4956 St. John Drive, Syra­cuse, NY 13215.

www.com­stock­re­view.org

Cop­per Nickel

JAKE ADAM YORK PRIZE A prize of $2,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Milk­weed Edi­tions is given an­nu­ally for a first or sec­ond po­etry col­lec­tion. Mark Doty will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script

of at least 48 pages with a $25 en­try fee, which in­cludes a sub­scrip­tion to Cop­per Nickel, by Oc­to­ber 15. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Cop­per Nickel, Jake Adam York Prize, Univer­sity of Colorado, English De­part­ment, Cam­pus Box 175, P.O. Box 173364, Den­ver, CO 80217. Wayne Miller, Ed­i­tor. wayne.miller@uc­den­ver.edu

cop­per-nickel.org/bookprize

Cut­throat

WRIT­ING AWARDS Three prizes of $1,300 each and pub­li­ca­tion in Cut­throat are given an­nu­ally for a group of po­ems, a short story, and an es­say. Pa­tri­cia Spears Jones will judge the Joy Harjo Po­etry Award, Mona Su­san Power will judge the Rick DeMari­nis Short Fic­tion Award, and David Quam­men will judge the Barry Lopez Cre­ative Non­fic­tion Award. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit three po­ems of up to 100 lines each or a short story or es­say of up to 5,000 words with a $20 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Cut­throat, Writ­ing Awards, P.O. Box 2414, Du­rango, CO 81302. (970) 903-7914. Pamela Uschuk, Ed­i­tor in Chief. cut­throat­mag@gmail.com

www.cut­throat­mag.com

Dzanc Books

PRIZE FOR FIC­TION A prize of $5,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Dzanc Books is given an­nu­ally for a novel. John Do­mini, Alice Hatcher, and Emily Ge­minder will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of any length and a brief syn­op­sis with a $25 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

SHORT STORY COM­PE­TI­TION

A prize of $2,500 and pub­li­ca­tion by Dzanc Books is given an­nu­ally for a story col­lec­tion. The ed­i­tors will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a story col­lec­tion of any length with a $25 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

NON­FIC­TION PRIZE

A prize of $1,500 and pub­li­ca­tion by Dzanc Books will be given an­nu­ally for a book of non­fic­tion. Mem­oirs, es­say col­lec­tions, bi­ogra­phies, and works of so­cio­cul­tural or his­tor­i­cal writ­ing are el­i­gi­ble. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of any length with a $25 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Dzanc Books, 5220 Dex­ter Ann Ar­bor Road, Ann Ar­bor, MI 48103.

www.dzanc­books.org

Elixir Press

PO­ETRY AWARD A prize of $2,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Elixir Press is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Liz Rob­bins will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of at least 48 pages with a $30 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Elixir Press, Po­etry Award, P.O. Box 27029, Den­ver, CO 80227. Dana Cur­tis, Ed­i­tor. info@elixir­press.com

www.elixir­press.com

Fic­tion Col­lec­tive Two CATHER­INE DOCTOROW IN­NO­VA­TIVE FIC­TION PRIZE A prize of $15,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Fic­tion Col­lec­tive Two, an im­print of Univer­sity of Alabama Press, is given an­nu­ally for a novel, a short story col­lec­tion, a novella, or a novella col­lec­tion. U.S. writ­ers who have pub­lished at least three books of fic­tion are el­i­gi­ble. Shel­ley Jack­son will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of any length, a brief bio, and a list of three pre­vi­ously pub­lished books of fic­tion with a $25 en­try fee by Novem­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) RON­ALD SUKENICK IN­NO­VA­TIVE FIC­TION CON­TEST A prize of $1,500 and pub­li­ca­tion by Fic­tion Col­lec­tive Two is given an­nu­ally for a novel, a short story col­lec­tion, a novella, or a novella col­lec­tion. U.S. writ­ers who have not pre­vi­ously pub­lished a book with Fic­tion Col­lec­tive Two are el­i­gi­ble. Aimee Park­i­son will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of any length with a brief bio and a $25 en­try fee by Novem­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Fic­tion Col­lec­tive Two, Univer­sity of Alabama Press, P.O. Box 870380, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487. (773) 702-7000.

www.fc2.org/prizes.html

Fin­ish­ing Line Press

OPEN CHAP­BOOK COM­PE­TI­TION A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Fin­ish­ing Line Press is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry chap­book. Sub­mit a man­u­script of up to 35 pages with a $15 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Fin­ish­ing Line Press, Open Chap­book Com­pe­ti­tion, P.O. Box 1626, Ge­orge­town, KY 40324. Chris Kin­caid, Ed­i­tor. fin­ish­ing­books@aol.com

www.fin­ish­ing­line­press.com Fordham Univer­sity at Lin­coln Cen­ter

PO­ETS OUT LOUD PRIZES Two prizes of $1,000 each, pub­li­ca­tion by Fordham Univer­sity Press, and a read­ing at the Po­ets Out Loud Read­ing Se­ries at Fordham-Lin­coln Cen­ter in New York City are given an­nu­ally for po­etry col­lec­tions. Elis­a­beth Frost and Cathy Park Hong will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 50 to 100 pages with a $28 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 15. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Fordham Univer­sity at Lin­coln Cen­ter, Po­ets Out Loud Prizes, 113 West 60th Street, Room 924i, New York, NY 10023. (212) 636-6792. Elis­a­beth Frost, Se­ries Ed­i­tor. pol@fordham.edu

www.fordham.edu/pol

Ghost Story

SU­PER­NAT­U­RAL FIC­TION AWARD A prize of $1,000, pub­li­ca­tion on the Ghost Story web­site and in the Ghost Story print an­thol­ogy, 21st Cen­tury Ghost Sto­ries, is given twice yearly for a short story with a su­per­nat­u­ral or magic real­ism theme. The ed­i­tors will judge. Sub­mit a story of 1,500 to 10,000 words with a $20 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.)

Ghost Story, Su­per­nat­u­ral Fic­tion Award, P.O. Box 601, Union, ME 04862. Paul Guernsey, Ed­i­tor.

www.theghost­story.com/tgs-fic­tion-award

Glim­mer Train Press

SHORT STORY AWARD FOR NEW WRIT­ERS A prize of $2,500 and pub­li­ca­tion in Glim­mer Train Sto­ries is given three times yearly for a short story by a writer whose fic­tion has not ap­peared in a print pub­li­ca­tion with a cir­cu­la­tion of more than 5,000. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a story of 800 to 12,000 words with an $18 en­try fee between Septem­ber 1 and Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Glim­mer Train Press, Short Story

Award for New Writ­ers, P.O. Box 80430, Port­land, OR 97280. (503) 221-0836. Su­san Burmeis­ter-Brown and Linda Swan­son-Davies, Coed­i­tors.

www.glim­mer­train.com

Hack­ney Lit­er­ary Awards

NOVEL CON­TEST A prize of $5,000 is given an­nu­ally for an un­pub­lished novel. Sub­mit a man­u­script of any length with a $30 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Hack­ney Lit­er­ary Awards, Novel Con­test, 4650 Old Looney Mill Road, Birm­ing­ham, AL 35243.

www.hack­neylit­er­aryawards.org

Har­vard Univer­sity

RAD­CLIFFE IN­STI­TUTE FEL­LOW­SHIPS Fel­low­ships of $77,500 each, of­fice space at the Rad­cliffe In­sti­tute, and ac­cess to the li­braries at Har­vard Univer­sity are given an­nu­ally to po­ets, fic­tion writ­ers, and cre­ative non­fic­tion writ­ers to al­low them to pur­sue cre­ative projects. Fel­lows are ex­pected to re­side in Bos­ton dur­ing the fel­low­ship pe­riod, which lasts from Septem­ber through May. Po­ets who have pub­lished a full-length col­lec­tion or at least 20 po­ems in mag­a­zines or an­tholo­gies in the last five years and who are in the process of com­plet­ing a man­u­script are el­i­gi­ble. Fic­tion and cre­ative non­fic­tion writ­ers who have a book-length man­u­script un­der con­tract for pub­li­ca­tion or at least three shorter works pub­lished are el­i­gi­ble. Writ­ers who are grad­u­ate stu­dents at the time of ap­pli­ca­tion are not el­i­gi­ble. For 2019–2020 fel­low­ships, sub­mit up to 10 po­ems or a short story, a re­cent book chap­ter, or an es­say to­tal­ing no more than 30 pages; con­tact in­for­ma­tion for three ref­er­ences; a cur­ricu­lum vi­tae; and a project pro­posal by Septem­ber 13. There is no en­try fee. Visit the web­site for the re­quired en­try form and com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Har­vard Univer­sity, Rad­cliffe In­sti­tute Fel­low­ships, By­erly Hall, 8 Gar­den Street, Cam­bridge, MA 02138. (617) 496-1324. fel­low­ships@rad­cliffe.har­vard.edu

www.rad­cliffe.har­vard.edu/fel­low­ships

Hid­den River Arts

TAMAQUA AWARD A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Hid­den River Press, an im­print of Hid­den River Pub­lish­ing, will be given an­nu­ally for an es­say col­lec­tion. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of any length with a $22 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Hid­den River Arts, Tamaqua Award, P.O. Box 63927, Philadel­phia, PA 19147. De­bra Leigh Scott, Found­ing Di­rec­tor. hid­den­river­arts@gmail.com

hid­den­river­arts.word­press.com

In­di­ana Re­view

BLUE LIGHT BOOKS PRIZE A prize of $2,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by In­di­ana Univer­sity Press is given in al­ter­nat­ing years for a col­lec­tion of po­etry or a col­lec­tion of short fic­tion. The 2019 prize will be awarded in po­etry. The win­ner will also re­ceive travel ex­penses to read at the 2019 Blue Light Read­ing in Bloom­ing­ton, In­di­ana. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 48 to 75 pages with a $20 en­try fee between Septem­ber 1 and Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

In­di­ana Re­view, Blue Light Books Prize, In­di­ana Univer­sity Press, In­di­ana Univer­sity, Bal­lan­tine Hall 529, 1020

East Kirk­wood Av­enue, Bloom­ing­ton, IN 47405. in­re­view@in­di­ana.edu

in­di­anare­view.org/blue-light-books John Si­mon Guggen­heim Me­mo­rial Foun­da­tion

WRIT­ING FEL­LOW­SHIPS Fel­low­ships of ap­prox­i­mately $50,000 each are awarded an­nu­ally to po­ets, fic­tion writ­ers, and cre­ative non­fic­tion writ­ers on the ba­sis of achieve­ment and ex­cep­tional prom­ise. Cit­i­zens and per­ma­nent res­i­dents of the United

States and Canada with a sig­nif­i­cant and ap­pro­pri­ate record of pub­li­ca­tion are el­i­gi­ble. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a ca­reer sum­mary, a list of pub­li­ca­tions, con­tact in­for­ma­tion for up to four ref­er­ences, and a three-page project pro­posal by Septem­ber 17. Upon re­quest of the foun­da­tion, sub­mit up to three pub­lished books by Novem­ber 15. There is no en­try fee. Visit the web­site for the re­quired en­try form and com­plete guide­lines. John Si­mon Guggen­heim Me­mo­rial Foun­da­tion, Writ­ing Fel­low­ships, 90 Park Av­enue, New York, NY 10016.

(212) 687-4470. fel­low­ships@gf.org

www.gf.org/ap­pli­cants/ap­ply

Las­caux Re­view

PRIZE IN PO­ETRY A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in Las­caux Re­view is given an­nu­ally for a poem. The win­ner and fi­nal­ists will also be pub­lished in the 2019 Las­caux Prize An­thol­ogy. Sub­mit up to five po­ems of any length with a $10 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Pre­vi­ously pub­lished and un­pub­lished po­ems are el­i­gi­ble. All en­tries are web­site con­sid­ered for com­plete for pub­li­ca­tion. guide­lines. Visit the

Las­caux Re­view, Prize in Po­etry, 275 Con­ner Street, Clin­ton, AR 72031. las­cauxre­view@gmail.com

www.las­cauxre­view.com/con­tests

Lit­eral Latté

ES­SAY AWARD A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in Lit­eral Latté is given an­nu­ally for a per­sonal es­say. Sub­mit an es­say of up to 10,000 words with a $10 en­try fee ($5 for each ad­di­tional es­say) by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Lit­eral Latté, Es­say Award, 200 East 10th Street, Suite 240, New York, NY 10003. (212) 260-5532. Je­nine Gor­don Bock­man, Ed­i­tor. lit­latte@aol.com

www.lit­eral-latte.com

Mad Creek Books JOUR­NAL/CHARLES B. WHEELER PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $2,500 and pub­li­ca­tion by Mad Creek Books, the lit­er­ary trade im­print of Ohio State Univer­sity Press, is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Mar­cus Jack­son will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of at least 48 pages with a

$28 en­try fee, which in­cludes a sub­scrip­tion to the Jour­nal, the Ohio State Univer­sity MFA pro­gram’s lit­er­ary re­view, dur­ing the month of Septem­ber. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Mad Creek Books, Jour­nal/Charles B. Wheeler Po­etry Prize, c/o Jour­nal, Ohio State Univer­sity, English De­part­ment,

421 Den­ney Hall, 164 An­nie & John Glenn Av­enue, Columbus, OH 43210.

the­jour­nal­mag.org/book-prizes/wheeler-prize

Mala­hat Re­view

OPEN SEA­SON AWARDS Three prizes of CAD $2,000 (ap­prox­i­mately $1,500) each and pub­li­ca­tion in Mala­hat Re­view are given an­nu­ally for a group of po­ems, a short story, and an es­say. Sub­mit up to three po­ems of no more than 100 lines each, or a short story or es­say of up to 2,500 words with a $40 en­try fee, which in­cludes a sub­scrip­tion to Mala­hat Re­view, by Novem­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Mala­hat Re­view, Open Sea­son Awards, Univer­sity of Vic­to­ria, P.O. Box 1700, Sta­tion CSC, Vic­to­ria, B.C. V8W 2Y2, Canada. (250) 721-8524. sea­son@uvic.ca www.mala­ha­tre­view.ca/con­tests/open_sea­son /info.html Manch­ester Met­ro­pol­i­tan Univer­sity

PO­ETRY AND FIC­TION PRIZES Two prizes of £10,000 (ap­prox­i­mately $13,200) each are given an­nu­ally for a group of po­ems and a short story.

The win­ners will be in­vited to at­tend an award cer­e­mony in Manch­ester, Eng­land, in Novem­ber. Gil­lian Clarke, Im­tiaz Dharker, Carol Ann Duffy, and Adam O’Rior­dan will judge in po­etry; Niven Govin­den, Livi Michael, Ali­son Moore, and Nicholas Royle will judge in fic­tion. Sub­mit three to five po­ems to­tal­ing no more than 120 lines or a story of up to 2,500 words with a £17.50 (ap­prox­i­mately $23) en­try fee by Septem­ber 14. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Manch­ester Met­ro­pol­i­tan Univer­sity, Po­etry and Fic­tion Prizes, Fi­nance Ser­vice Cen­ter, Righton Build­ing, Cavendish Street, Manch­ester, M15 6BG, United King­dom. writ­ingschool@mmu.ac.uk

www.manch­ester­writ­ing­com­pe­ti­tion.co.uk

Mis­souri Re­view

JEF­FREY E. SMITH ED­I­TORS’ PRIZE Three prizes of $5,000 each and pub­li­ca­tion in Mis­souri Re­view are given an­nu­ally for a group of po­ems, a short story, and an es­say. Sub­mit up to 10 pages of po­etry or up to 8,500 words of prose with a $25 en­try fee, which in­cludes a sub­scrip­tion to Mis­souri Re­view, by Oc­to­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Mis­souri Re­view, Jef­frey E. Smith Ed­i­tors’ Prize, Univer­sity of Mis­souri, 357 McReynolds Hall, Columbia, MO 65211. con­test_ques­tion@more­view.com

www.mis­sourire­view.com

New Cri­te­rion

PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $3,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Cri­te­rion Books is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion that pays close at­ten­tion to form. Morri Creech, Roger Kim­ball, and David Yezzi will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of up to 60 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Septem­ber 29. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

New Cri­te­rion, Po­etry Prize, 900 Broad­way, Suite 602, New York, NY 10003. let­ters@newcri­te­rion.com

www.newcri­te­rion.com/po­et­ryprize

New Is­sues Po­etry & Prose

GREEN ROSE PRIZE A prize of $1,000, pub­li­ca­tion by New Is­sues Po­etry & Prose, and a read­ing at West­ern Michi­gan Univer­sity is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Po­ets who have pub­lished at least one ful­l­length col­lec­tion of po­etry are el­i­gi­ble. For­rest Gander will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 40 to 120 pages with a

$30 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. New Is­sues Po­etry & Prose, Green Rose Prize, West­ern Michi­gan Univer­sity, 1903 West Michi­gan Av­enue, Kala­ma­zoo, MI 49008. (269) 387-8185. Kim­berly Kolbe, Man­ag­ing Ed­i­tor. new-is­sues@wmich.edu

www.newis­sue­spress.com

New York Pub­lic Li­brary

CULL­MAN CEN­TER FEL­LOW­SHIPS Up to 15 fel­low­ships are given an­nu­ally to po­ets, fic­tion writ­ers, and cre­ative non­fic­tion writ­ers whose work will ben­e­fit di­rectly from ac­cess to the re­search col­lec­tions at the New York Pub­lic Li­brary. The fel­lows will each re­ceive $70,000, an of­fice at the Cull­man Cen­ter for Schol­ars and Writ­ers at the New York Pub­lic Li­brary’s main branch in mid­town Man­hat­tan, and full ac­cess to the li­brary’s col­lec­tions, from Septem­ber 2019 through May 2020. Fel­lows will be re­quired to work on their projects at the Cull­man Cen­ter for the du­ra­tion of the fel­low­ship and give a pub­lic talk. Writ­ers cur­rently en­rolled in a grad­u­ate de­gree–grant­ing pro­gram are in­el­i­gi­ble. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a writ­ing sam­ple of up to 4,500 words, a project pro­posal of up to 1,500 words, a cur­ricu­lum vi­tae, and con­tact in­for­ma­tion for three ref­er­ences by Septem­ber 28. There is no en­try fee. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) New York Pub­lic Li­brary, Cull­man Cen­ter Fel­low­ships, Stephen A. Sch­warz­man Build­ing, Fifth Av­enue and 42nd Street, New York, NY 10018.

www.nypl.org/csw

Night­boat Books

PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Night­boat Books is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Kazim Ali and Stephen Motika will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 48 to 90 pages with a $28 en­try fee by Novem­ber 15. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Night­boat Books, Po­etry Prize, 310 Nas­sau Av­enue, #202, Brook­lyn, NY 11222. info@night­boat.org

www.night­boat.org

North Amer­i­can Re­view

JAMES HEARST PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in North Amer­i­can Re­view is given an­nu­ally for a poem. Dana Levin will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit up to five po­ems with a $23 en­try fee, which in­cludes a sub­scrip­tion to North Amer­i­can Re­view, by Oc­to­ber 31. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.)

North Amer­i­can Re­view, James Hearst Po­etry Prize, Univer­sity of North­ern Iowa, 1222 West 27th Street, Cedar Falls, IA 50614. (319) 273-6455. nar@uni.edu

www.northamer­i­can­re­view.org

Om­nidawn Pub­lish­ing

OPEN BOOK PO­ETRY CON­TEST A prize of $3,000, pub­li­ca­tion by Om­nidawn Pub­lish­ing, and 100 au­thor copies is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Mei-mei Berssen­brugge will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 40 to 120 pages a $27 en­try fee ($30 to re­ceive a ti­tle from the Om­nidawn cat­a­logue) by Oc­to­ber 15. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

FAB­U­LIST FIC­TION CHAP­BOOK CON­TEST A prize of $1,000, pub­li­ca­tion by Om­nidawn Pub­lish­ing, and 100 au­thor copies is given an­nu­ally for a work of fab­u­list fic­tion. Meg Eli­son will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of one or more sto­ries to­tal­ing 5,000 to 12,000 words with a $18 en­try fee ($20 to re­ceive a fic­tion ti­tle from the Om­nidawn cat­a­logue) by Oc­to­ber 22. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Om­nidawn Pub­lish­ing, 1632 Elm Av­enue, Rich­mond, CA 94805. (510) 237-5472. Rusty Mor­ri­son and Ken Kee­gan, Coed­i­tors. sub­mis­sions@om­nidawn.com

www.om­nidawn.com

Over­sound

CHAP­BOOK PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Over­sound will be given an­nu­ally for a po­etry chap­book. Sol­maz Sharif will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 15 to 30 pages with an $18 en­try fee, which in­cludes a two-year sub­scrip­tion to Over­sound, by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Over­sound, Chap­book Prize, 1202 Woodrow Street, Columbia, SC 29205. Sa­muel Amadon, Ed­i­tor. over­sound­po­etry@gmail.com

www.over­sound­po­etry.com

PEN/Faulkner Foun­da­tion

AWARD FOR FIC­TION A prize of $15,000 is given an­nu­ally for a book of fic­tion pub­lished dur­ing the cur­rent year. Four fi­nal­ists will each re­ceive $5,000. The win­ner and fi­nal­ists will also be in­vited to read at the Fol­ger Shake­speare Li­brary in Wash­ing­ton, D.C. in May 2019. Per­ci­val Everett, Ernesto Quiñonez, and Joy Wil­liams will judge. Sub­mit four copies (or bound gal­leys) of a short story col­lec­tion, novella, or novel pub­lished in 2018 by Oc­to­ber 31. There is no en­try fee. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. PEN/Faulkner Foun­da­tion, Award for Fic­tion, 201 641 South Street NW, WeWork 3rd Floor, Wash­ing­ton, D.C. 20001. Sha­henda Helmy, Pro­grams & Lo­gis­tics Di­rec­tor. sha­henda@pen­faulkner.org

www.pen­faulkner.org

Persea Books

LEXI RUDNITSKY FIRST BOOK PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Persea Books is given an­nu­ally for a first po­etry col­lec­tion by a wo­man who is a U.S. cit­i­zen or per­ma­nent res­i­dent. The win­ner also re­ceives a six-week, all-ex­penses-paid res­i­dency at the Civitella Ranieri Cen­ter in Um­bria, Italy. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of at least 40 pages with a $30 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Persea Books, Lexi Rudnitsky First Book Prize, 277 Broad­way, Suite 708, New York, NY 10007. (212) 260-9256. Gabriel Fried, Po­etry Ed­i­tor. po­etry@perseabooks.com

www.perseabooks.com

Peru­gia Press

PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Peru­gia Press is given an­nu­ally for a first or sec­ond po­etry col­lec­tion by a wo­man. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 45 to 85 pages with a $27 en­try fee by Novem­ber 15. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Peru­gia Press, Po­etry Prize, P.O. Box 60364, Florence, MA 01062. Re­becca Olan­der, Di­rec­tor.

www.pe­ru­gia­press.com Po­etry So­ci­ety of the United King­dom

NA­TIONAL PO­ETRY COM­PE­TI­TION A prize of £5,000 (ap­prox­i­mately $6,500) and pub­li­ca­tion on the Po­etry So­ci­ety of the United King­dom web­site is given an­nu­ally for a poem. A sec­ond-place prize of £2,000 (ap­prox­i­mately $2,600) and a third-place prize of £1,000 (ap­prox­i­mately $1,300) are also given.

The win­ners will also be pub­lished in Po­etry Re­view and in­vited to read at the Led­bury Po­etry Fes­ti­val in Led­bury, Eng­land, in Spring 2019. Po­ets from any coun­try are el­i­gi­ble. Kei Miller, Kim Moore, and Mark Wal­dron will judge. Sub­mit a poem of up to 40 lines with a £7 (ap­prox­i­mately $9.50) en­try fee and £4 (ap­prox­i­mately $5) for each ad­di­tional poem by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for the re­quired en­try form and com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Po­etry So­ci­ety of the United King­dom, Na­tional Po­etry Com­pe­ti­tion, 22 Bet­ter­ton Street, Lon­don WC2H 9BX, Eng­land. info@po­et­ryso­ci­ety.org.uk

www.po­et­ryso­ci­ety.org.uk

Pulitzer Prizes

PRIZES IN LET­TERS Four prizes of $15,000 each are given an­nu­ally to U.S. writ­ers to honor books of po­etry, fic­tion, gen­eral non­fic­tion, and bi­og­ra­phy or au­to­bi­og­ra­phy (in­clud­ing mem­oir) pub­lished in the United States dur­ing the cur­rent year. Sub­mit four copies of a book (or bound gal­leys) in the po­etry and bi­og­ra­phy cat­e­gories, or six copies of a book (or bound gal­leys) in the fic­tion and gen­eral non­fic­tion cat­e­gories, pub­lished in 2018 with a $75 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Pulitzer Prizes, Prizes in Let­ters, Columbia Univer­sity, 709 Pulitzer Hall, 2950 Broad­way, New York, NY 10027. (212) 854-3841. pulitzer@pulitzer.org

www.pulitzer.org

Red Hen Press

BENJAMIN SALTMAN PO­ETRY AWARD A prize of $3,000, pub­li­ca­tion by Red Hen Press, and a four-week res­i­dency at PLAYA in Sum­mer Lake, Ore­gon, is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Mar­i­lyn Nel­son will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 48 to 96 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.)

FIC­TION AWARD

A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Red Hen Press is given an­nu­ally for a short story col­lec­tion or a novel. Ann Hood will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of at least 150 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.)

Red Hen Press, P.O. Box 40820, Pasadena, CA 91114. (626) 356-4760. ed­i­to­rial@red­hen.org

www.red­hen.org

Reed Mag­a­zine

ED­WIN MARKHAM PRIZE FOR PO­ETRY A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in Reed Mag­a­zine is given an­nu­ally for a poem or group of po­ems. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit up to five po­ems with a $20 en­try fee, which in­cludes a copy of the prize is­sue, by Novem­ber 1. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.)

JOHN STEINBECK FIC­TION AWARD A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in Reed Mag­a­zine is given an­nu­ally for a short story. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a story of up to 5,000 words with a $20 en­try fee, which in­cludes a copy of the prize is­sue, by Novem­ber 1. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) GABRIELE RICO CHAL­LENGE IN CRE­ATIVE NON­FIC­TION A prize of $1,333 and pub­li­ca­tion in Reed Mag­a­zine is given an­nu­ally for an es­say. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit an es­say of up to 5,000 words with a $20 en­try fee, which in­cludes a copy of the prize is­sue, by Novem­ber 1. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.)

Reed Mag­a­zine, San José State Univer­sity, English De­part­ment, One Wash­ing­ton Square, San José, CA 95192.

(408) 924-4425. mail@reed­mag.org

www.reed­mag.org

River Teeth

LIT­ER­ARY NON­FIC­TION PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Univer­sity of New Mex­ico Press is given an­nu­ally for a book of cre­ative non­fic­tion. Phillip Lopate will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 150 to 400 pages with a $25 en­try fee ($27 for elec­tronic sub­mis­sions), which in­cludes a sub­scrip­tion to River Teeth, by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. River Teeth, Lit­er­ary Non­fic­tion Prize, Ash­land Univer­sity, 401 Col­lege Av­enue, Ash­land, OH 44805. (419) 289-5098. river­teeth@ash­land.edu

www.river­teethjour­nal.com/con­tests

San Diego Po­etry An­nual

STEVE KOWIT PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in San Diego Po­etry An­nual is given an­nu­ally for a poem. The win­ner will also re­ceive an in­vi­ta­tion to read at an award cer­e­mony in March 2019. Sub­mit a poem of any length with a $15 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 15. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

San Diego Po­etry An­nual, Steve Kowit Po­etry Prize, San Diego En­ter­tain­ment and Arts Guild, 1953 Huff­s­tatler Street, Suite A, Rain­bow, CA 92028.

(760) 728-2088. Wil­liam Harry Hard­ing, Chair. info@sdeag.com

sdeag.org

Sil­ver­fish Re­view Press

GER­ALD CA­BLE BOOK AWARD A prize of $1,000, pub­li­ca­tion by Sil­ver­fish Re­view Press, and 25 au­thor copies is given an­nu­ally for a first po­etry col­lec­tion. Sub­mit a man­u­script of at least 48 pages with a $25 en­try fee, which

in­cludes a copy of the win­ning book, by Oc­to­ber 15. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Sil­ver­fish Re­view Press, Ger­ald Ca­ble Book Award, P.O. Box 3541, Eugene, OR 97403. (541) 228-0422. Rodger Moody, Se­ries Ed­i­tor. sfr­press@earth­link.net

www.sil­ver­fishre­view­press.com

Six­fold

SHORT STORY AND PO­ETRY AWARDS Two prizes of $1,000 each and pub­li­ca­tion in Six­fold are given quar­terly for a group of po­ems and a short story. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit up to five po­ems to­tal­ing no more than 10 pages or up to 20 pages of prose with a $5 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 24. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Six­fold, Short Story and Po­etry Awards, 10 Con­cord Ridge Road, New­town, CT 06710. Garrett Do­herty, Pub­lisher. six­fold@six­fold.org

www.six­fold.org Songs of Eretz Po­etry Re­view

PO­ETRY AWARD CON­TEST A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in Songs of Eretz Po­etry Re­view is given an­nu­ally for a poem. Pub­lished and un­pub­lished po­ems are el­i­gi­ble. Low­ell Jaeger will judge. Sub­mit up to five po­ems of any length with a $20 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 15. Ed­i­to­rial feed­back will be pro­vided for ev­ery poem sub­mit­ted. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Songs of Eretz Po­etry Re­view, Po­etry Award Con­test, 12312 Rus­sell Street, Over­land Park, KS 66209. Steven Wit­ten­berg Gor­don, Ed­i­tor in Chief. ed­i­tor@song­sofer­etz.com

www.song­sofer­etz.com South­east Mis­souri State Univer­sity Press

NILSEN LIT­ER­ARY PRIZE A prize of $2,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by South­east Mis­souri State Univer­sity Press is given an­nu­ally for a novel, a novella, or a col­lec­tion of linked sto­ries by a U.S. writer who has not pub­lished a novel. Sub­mit a man­u­script of any length with a $30 en­try fee by Novem­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

MIGHTY RIVER SHORT STORY PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in Big Muddy, a lit­er­ary jour­nal pub­lished by South­east Mis­souri State Univer­sity Press, is given an­nu­ally for a short story. Sub­mit a story of up to 30 pages with a $20 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. South­east Mis­souri State Univer­sity Press, 1 Univer­sity Plaza, Mail Stop 2650, Cape Gi­rardeau, MO 63701. James Brubaker, Pub­lisher. up­ress@semo.edu

www.se­mo­press.com

South­ern In­di­ana Re­view

MARY C. MOHR AWARDS Three prizes of $2,000 each and pub­li­ca­tion in South­ern In­di­ana Re­view are given an­nu­ally for a poem, a work of fic­tion, and a work of cre­ative non­fic­tion. Aimee Nezhuku­matathil will judge in po­etry; Re­becca Makkai will judge in fic­tion; and Kiese Lay­mon will judge in non­fic­tion. Sub­mit up to four po­ems to­tal­ing no more than 10 pages or up to 30 pages of prose with a $20 en­try fee ($5 for each ad­di­tional en­try) by Oc­to­ber 1. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for

pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.)

South­ern In­di­ana Re­view, Mary C. Mohr Awards, Univer­sity of South­ern In­di­ana, 8600 Univer­sity Boule­vard, Evansville, IN 47712. (812) 464-1784. Ron Mitchell, Ed­i­tor. sir.con­test@usi.edu

www.south­ernin­di­anare­view.org

South­west Re­view

MOR­TON MARR PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in South­west Re­view is given an­nu­ally for a poem or a group of po­ems by a writer who has not pub­lished a po­etry col­lec­tion. Sub­mit up to six po­ems in a tra­di­tional form (such as a son­net, ses­tina, or vil­lanelle) with a $5 en­try fee per poem by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

South­west Re­view, Mor­ton Marr Po­etry Prize, South­ern Methodist Univer­sity, P.O. Box 750374, Dal­las, TX 75275. (214) 768-1037. swr@smu.edu

www.smu.edu/south­westre­view

Sow’s Ear Po­etry Re­view

PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in Sow’s Ear Po­etry Re­view is given an­nu­ally for a poem. Sub­mit up to five po­ems with a $30 en­try fee, which in­cludes a sub­scrip­tion to Sow’s Ear Po­etry Re­view, by Novem­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Sow’s Ear Po­etry Re­view, Po­etry Prize,

1748 Cave Ridge Road, Mount Jack­son, VA 22842. Sarah Kohrs, Man­ag­ing Ed­i­tor. se­po­et­ryre­view@gmail.com

sowsear­po­etry.org Sun­day Times EFG Short Story Award A prize of £30,000 (ap­prox­i­mately $39,000) is given an­nu­ally for a short story by a writer whose work has been pre­vi­ously pub­lished in the United King­dom or Ire­land. Five run­ner-up prizes of £1,000 (ap­prox­i­mately $1,300) each are also given. Un­pub­lished sto­ries and sto­ries pub­lished or sched­uled to be pub­lished after Jan­uary 1, 2018, are el­i­gi­ble. Writ­ers, pub­lish­ers, and agents may sub­mit a story of up to 6,000 words by Septem­ber 28. There is no en­try fee. Visit the web­site for the re­quired en­try form and com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Sun­day Times EFG Short Story Award, c/o So­ci­ety of Au­thors, 84 Dray­ton Gar­dens, Lon­don, Eng­land, SW10 9SB. short­story@efgin­ter­na­tional.com

short­sto­ryaward.co.uk Ten­nessee Wil­liams/New Or­leans Lit­er­ary Fes­ti­val

PO­ETRY CON­TEST A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in Louisiana Cul­tural Vis­tas Mag­a­zine is given an­nu­ally for a group of po­ems. The win­ner will also be in­vited to give a read­ing at the Ten­nessee Wil­liams/ New Or­leans Lit­er­ary Fes­ti­val in March 2019. Writ­ers who have not pub­lished a book of po­etry with a tra­di­tional pub­lisher are el­i­gi­ble. Greg Brown­derville will judge. Sub­mit two to four po­ems to­tal­ing no more than 400 lines with a $15 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 15. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

FIC­TION CON­TEST A prize of $1,500 and pub­li­ca­tion in Louisiana Lit­er­a­ture is given an­nu­ally for a short story by a writer who has not pub­lished a full-length book of fic­tion. The win­ner also re­ceives do­mes­tic air­fare of up to $500, pri­vate lodg­ing, and an in­vi­ta­tion to read at the Ten­nessee Wil­liams/New Or­leans Lit­er­ary Fes­ti­val in March 2019. Han­nah Pit­tard will judge.

Sub­mit a story of up to 7,000 words with a $25 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Ten­nessee Wil­liams/New Or­leans Lit­er­ary Fes­ti­val, 938 Lafayette Street, Suite 514, New Or­leans, LA 70113. (504) 581-1144. info@ten­nesseewil­liams.net

ten­nesseewil­liams.net

Trav­el­ers’ Tales

SOLAS AWARD A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in the bian­nual an­thol­ogy The Best Travel Writ­ing and on the Trav­el­ers’ Tales web­site is given an­nu­ally for a travel es­say. Writ­ers from Ari­zona and Ver­mont are el­i­gi­ble for pub­li­ca­tion, but not the cash prize. The ed­i­tors will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit an es­say of 750 to 5,500 words with a $25 en­try fee by Septem­ber 21. All en­tries are con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Trav­el­ers’ Tales, Solas Award, 2320 Bow­doin Street, Palo Alto, CA 94306. info@best­trav­el­writ­ing.com

www.best­trav­el­writ­ing.com Tuc­son Fes­ti­val of Books

LIT­ER­ARY AWARDS Three prizes of $1,000 each are given an­nu­ally for works of po­etry, fic­tion, and cre­ative non­fic­tion. The win­ners will also be in­vited to take part in a panel dis­cus­sion at the an­nual Tuc­son Fes­ti­val of Books and at­tend a work­shop on the Univer­sity of Ari­zona cam­pus in March 2019. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit five po­ems of any length or a short story, es­say, or ex­cerpt from a novel or mem­oir of up to 5,000 words with a $20 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Tuc­son Fes­ti­val of Books, Lit­er­ary Awards, 615 North Park, Room 101, Tuc­son, AZ 85721. Meg Files, Di­rec­tor. masters@tuc­son­fes­ti­val­of­books.org

tuc­son­fes­ti­val­of­books.org

Tu­pelo Press SUNKEN GAR­DEN CHAP­BOOK PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Tu­pelo Press is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry chap­book. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 20 to 36 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Tu­pelo Press, Sunken Gar­den Chap­book Po­etry Prize, P.O. Box 1767, North Adams, MA 01247. (413) 664-9611.

www.tu­pelo­press.org/sunken-gar­den-po­etry-prize

Univer­sity of Arkansas Press MILLER WIL­LIAMS ARKANSAS PO­ETRY PRIZE A prize of $5,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Univer­sity of Arkansas Press is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Billy Collins will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 60 to 90 pages with a $28 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Univer­sity of Arkansas Press, Miller Wil­liams Arkansas Po­etry Prize, Po­etry Se­ries, 105 North McIl­roy Av­enue, Fayetteville, AR 72701. (479) 575-7258. info@ua­press.com

www.ua­press.com/miller­williamspo­et­ry­series

Univer­sity of Iowa Press

IOWA SHORT FIC­TION AWARD Two awards of pub­li­ca­tion by Univer­sity of Iowa Press are given an­nu­ally for first col­lec­tions of short fic­tion. Writ­ers who have not pub­lished a book of fic­tion are

el­i­gi­ble. Sub­mit a man­u­script of at least 150 pages by Septem­ber 30. There is no en­try fee. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Univer­sity of Iowa Press, Iowa Short Fic­tion Award, Iowa Writ­ers’ Work­shop, 507 North Clin­ton Street, 102 Dey House, Iowa City, IA 52242. (319) 335-2000. ui­press@uiowa.edu

www.ui­press.uiowa.edu

Univer­sity of Louisville

CALVINO PRIZE A prize of $2,000 and pub­li­ca­tion in

Salt Hill Jour­nal is given an­nu­ally for a work of fic­tion writ­ten in the fab­u­list ex­per­i­men­tal style of Italo Calvino.

The win­ner will also re­ceive air­fare and lodg­ing to read at the an­nual Louisville Con­fer­ence on Lit­er­a­ture and Cul­ture Since 1900 in Fe­bru­ary 2019. Kelly Link will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a short story or an ex­cerpt from a story col­lec­tion, novel, or novella of up to 25 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 15. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Univer­sity of Louisville, Calvino Prize, English De­part­ment, Room 315, Bing­ham Hu­man­i­ties Build­ing, Louisville, KY 40292.

louisville.edu/english/cre­ative-writ­ing/con­tests Univer­sity of Mas­sachusetts Press

JU­NIPER PRIZES Five prizes of $1,000 each and pub­li­ca­tion by Univer­sity of Mas­sachusetts Press are given an­nu­ally for a first po­etry col­lec­tion, a po­etry col­lec­tion, a short story col­lec­tion, a novella or novel, and an es­say col­lec­tion. The cre­ative writ­ing fac­ulty at the Univer­sity of Mas­sachusetts in Amherst will judge. Sub­mit a po­etry man­u­script of 50 to 70 pages, a story col­lec­tion, novel, or novella of 150 to 350 pages, or an es­say col­lec­tion of 150 to 300 pages with a

$30 en­try fee by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Univer­sity of Mas­sachusetts Press, Ju­niper Prizes, East Ex­per­i­ment Sta­tion, 671 North Pleas­ant Street, Amherst, MA 01003. (413) 545-2217. Mary Dougherty, Univer­sity of Mas­sachusetts Press Di­rec­tor. mvd@um­press.umass.edu

www.umass.edu/um­press/ju­niper.html Univer­sity of North Texas Press

VASSAR MILLER PRIZE A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion by Univer­sity of North Texas Press is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion. Peter Balakian will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a man­u­script of 50 to 80 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 31. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Univer­sity of North Texas Press, Vassar Miller Prize, 1155 Union Cir­cle #311336, Denton, TX 76203. (940) 565-2142. Karen DeVin­ney, As­sis­tant Di­rec­tor/Man­ag­ing Ed­i­tor.

unt­press.unt.edu/con­test

Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin Press

BRITTINGHAM AND FELIX POLLAK PRIZES Two prizes of $1,000 each and pub­li­ca­tion by Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin Press are given an­nu­ally for po­etry col­lec­tions. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 50 to 90 pages with a $28 en­try fee by Septem­ber 15. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin Press, Brittingham and Felix Pollak Prizes, English De­part­ment, 600 North Park Street, Madi­son, WI 53706. Ron­ald

Wal­lace, Po­etry Se­ries Ed­i­tor. rwal­lace@wisc.edu

www.wisc.edu/wis­con­sin­press/po­et­ryguide.html

Wash­ing­ton Col­lege

PA­TRICK HENRY WRIT­ING FEL­LOW­SHIP A nine-month fel­low­ship, which in­cludes a stipend of $45,000, at the Starr Cen­ter for the Study of the Amer­i­can Ex­pe­ri­ence at Wash­ing­ton Col­lege in Chestertown, Mary­land, is given an­nu­ally to a non­fic­tion writer work­ing on a book that ad­dresses the his­tory or legacy of the Amer­i­can Rev­o­lu­tion and the na­tion’s found­ing ideas. The fel­low­ship also in­cludes health ben­e­fits, fac­ulty priv­i­leges, and a res­i­dency in a re­stored eigh­teenth-cen­tury house in his­toric Chestertown. The fel­low is ex­pected to teach a se­mes­ter-long un­der­grad­u­ate sem­i­nar and give one lec­ture or work­shop re­lated to his or her work-in­progress. Sub­mit a writ­ing sam­ple of any length, a project de­scrip­tion, a brief course pro­posal, a cur­ricu­lum vi­tae, and con­tact in­for­ma­tion for three ref­er­ences by Novem­ber 1. There is no ap­pli­ca­tion fee. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. Wash­ing­ton Col­lege, Pa­trick Henry Writ­ing Fel­low­ship, Starr Cen­ter, Cus­tom House, 101 South Wa­ter Street, Chestertown, MD 21620. ap­pli­ca­tion­s_s­tar­rcenter@wash­coll.edu www.wash­coll.edu/cen­ters/starr/full-year -fel­low­ships.php Wash­ing­ton Writ­ers Pub­lish­ing House

PO­ETRY AND FIC­TION PRIZES Two prizes of $1,000 each, pub­li­ca­tion by Wash­ing­ton Writ­ers Pub­lish­ing House, and 50 au­thor copies are given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion and a short story col­lec­tion or novel. Writ­ers who live in Wash­ing­ton, D.C., or in Mary­land or Vir­ginia within a 75-mile ra­dius of the U.S. Capi­tol, are el­i­gi­ble. For the Jean Feld­man Po­etry Prize, sub­mit a po­etry man­u­script of 50 to 70 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Novem­ber 15. For the Wash­ing­ton Writ­ers Fic­tion Prize, sub­mit a novel or story col­lec­tion of 150 to 350 pages with a $25 en­try fee by Novem­ber 15. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Wash­ing­ton Writ­ers Pub­lish­ing House, Po­etry and Fic­tion Prizes, c/o Kathleen Wheaton, 7127 Fair­fax Road, Bethesda, MD 20814. ww­ph­press@gmail.com

www.wash­ing­ton­writ­ers.org

Win­ning Writ­ers TOM HOWARD/MAR­GARET REID PO­ETRY CON­TEST Two prizes of $1,500 each and pub­li­ca­tion on the Win­ning Writ­ers web­site are given an­nu­ally for a poem in any style and a poem that ei­ther rhymes or is writ­ten in a tra­di­tional style. Jim DuBois and Soma Mei Sheng Fra­zier will judge. Sub­mit any num­ber of po­ems of up to 250 lines each with a $12 en­try fee per poem by Septem­ber 30. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

(SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Win­ning Writ­ers, Tom Howard/Mar­garet Reid Po­etry Con­test, 351 Pleas­ant Street, PMB 222, Northamp­ton, MA 01060. Adam Co­hen, Pres­i­dent. adam@win­ning­writ­ers.com

www.win­ning­writ­ers.com/our-con­tests

/tom-howard-mar­garet-reid-po­etry-con­test

Yale Univer­sity Press

YALE SE­RIES OF YOUNGER PO­ETS An award of pub­li­ca­tion by Yale Univer­sity Press is given an­nu­ally for a po­etry col­lec­tion by an early-ca­reer poet who has not pub­lished a full-length book of po­etry. Carl Phillips will judge. Sub­mit a man­u­script of 48 to 64 pages with a $25 en­try fee between Oc­to­ber 1 and Novem­ber 15. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines. (SEE RE­CENT WIN­NERS.) Yale Univer­sity Press, Yale Se­ries of Younger Po­ets, P.O. Box 209040, New Haven, CT 06520.

younger­po­ets.org

Zoetrope: All-Story

SHORT FIC­TION COM­PE­TI­TION A prize of $1,000 and pub­li­ca­tion on the Zoetrope: All-Story web­site is given an­nu­ally for a short story. The win­ner and fi­nal­ists are con­sid­ered for rep­re­sen­ta­tion by sev­eral lit­er­ary agen­cies, in­clud­ing Aragi Inc., the Gern­ert Com­pany, In­ter­na­tional Cre­ative Man­age­ment, Ster­ling Lord Li­ter­is­tic, Wil­liam Mor­ris En­deavor, and the Wylie Agency. Colum McCann will judge. Us­ing the on­line sub­mis­sion sys­tem, sub­mit a story of up to 5,000 words with a $30 en­try fee by Oc­to­ber 1. Visit the web­site for com­plete guide­lines.

Zoetrope: All-Story, Short Fic­tion Com­pe­ti­tion, 916 Kearny Street, San Fran­cisco, CA 94133. con­tests@all-story.com

www.all-story.com/con­tests.cgi

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