FROM THE KENYON REVIEW website: Submit Your Entry Now General Guidelines Submissions must be 1200 words or less. There is no entry fee. Ron Carlson, celebrated author of four novels and five short story collections, will be the final judge. The Kenyon Review will publish the winning short story in the Winter 2012 issue, and… Read More Kenyon Review Short Fiction Contest (open Feb 1st-28th)
FROM THE THE CUPBOARD: The winning author will receive $500 and the manuscript will be published as an upcoming volume of The Cupboard. Please submit manuscripts between 4,000 and 10,000 words, of one piece or many, through Submishmash between February 1st and March 31st. The entire manuscript should not have been published previously, but if… Read More The Cupboard’s Short Story Contest (Feb 1-March 31)
Should Fate Be Kicked to the Curb? Laura Anne Gilman on PACK OF LIES + Contest! | Paranormal Romance Blog.
http://www.parajunkee.com/2010/02/big-sis-little-blog-program.html From the page: To qualify as an applicant, you must meet the following criteria: New blogger, or a blogger that hasn’t taken off (under 50 followers). Its ok if you have 0 followers, but you must have a blog You blog must be devoted to books. It is ok if you do posts off… Read More Contest for new book bloggers by Parajunkee
Submissions « Picture Postcard Press. GO HERE FIRST FOR THE IMAGE: “Rules: Please send us your response to the following artwork. Flash fiction and micro memoir submissions limited to 300 words or less. Poems 20 lines or less. One submission per contest period. Simultaneous submissions welcome, but please notify us immediately if your work is… Read More Writing Contest: Picture Postcard Press–let the art inspire you!
From Pop Culture Curmudgeon’s blog You’ll be able to win a copy of Moira Rogers’ book Cry Sanctuary, the first in the Red Rock Pass series. The next installment is coming out on June 9, so this is a great chance to get into a new paranormal romance series. Moira Rogers describes the Red Rock… Read More PCC’s First Contest « Pop Culture Curmudgeon