CONTEST: Sycamore Review’s 2013 Wabash Prize for Nonfiction/Poetry

 

 

More info at: http://www.sycamorereview.com/contest/

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2013 WABASH PRIZE FOR NONFICTION

Final Judge: Cheryl Strayed

First Prize: $1000 and publication in the Winter/Spring 2014 issue

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSIONS

Submission Deadline: October 22, 2013

1. For each submission, send one nonfiction piece (limit 7,500 words).

2. A $15 reading fee (submitted online) must accompany each submission. The reading fee includes a year’s subscription to Sycamore Review, which will include a copy of the prize issue and an electronic copy of the Summer/Fall 2014 issue.

3. Additional pieces may be included for an additional reading fee of $5 for each additional work. If submitting more than one, please submit ALL work in a single Word document.

4. Manuscript pages should be numbered and should include the title of the piece.

5. All entries will be read blind. Information that identifies the author should NOT appear on the manuscript itself.

6. All work must be previously unpublished.

7. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable only if Sycamore Review is notified immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.

8. Each piece will be read by at least two Sycamore staffers, with the winner selected by judge Cheryl Strayed.

9. All contest submissions will be considered for regular inclusion in Sycamore Review.

10. When submitting, be sure to select the Wabash Prize for Nonfiction option in our Submissions Manager.

Submit your work by visiting our online submission manager.

2013 WABASH PRIZE FOR POETRY

Final Judge: C.D. Wright

First Prize: $1000 and publication in the Winter/Spring 2014 issue

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSIONS

Submission Deadline: October  31, 2013

1. For each submission, send up to three poems, of no more than six total pages (all poems should be compiled into a single document).

2. A $15 reading fee (check or money order) payable to Sycamore Review must accompany each submission. The reading fee includes a year’s subscription to Sycamore Review, which will include a print copy of the prize issue and an electronic copy of the Summer/Fall 2014 issue.

3. Additional poems may be included for an additional reading fee of $5 for per poem. If submitting additional poems, please submit ALL poems in a single word document.

4. Manuscript pages should be numbered and should include the title of the piece.

5. All entries will be read blind. Information that identifies the author should NOT appear on the manuscript itself.

6. All poems must be previously unpublished.

7. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable only if Sycamore Review is notified immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.

8. Each poem will be read by two Sycamore staffers, with the winner selected by judge C.D. Wright.

9. All contest submissions will be considered for regular inclusion in Sycamore Review.

10. When submitting, be sure to select the Wabash Prize for Poetry option in our Submissions Manager.

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