Sunday, 4 May 2014
Peter Hinchcliffe Fiction Award - Deadline: May 28, 2014
The $1000 top prize will be awarded for a work of short fiction by a Canadian (citizen or resident) writer who has not yet published a first novel or short story collection. Though there is only one top prize, all submissions will be considered for paid publication ($250) in the magazine. Submissions must be previously unpublished. There is no word limit. All submissions will be judged blind.
The entry fee is $40 per submission, which includes a 1-year Canadian subscription (or subscription extension) to The New Quarterly for you or a friend.
- NO headers of footers (including page numbers—we'll add them for you)
- Your name should not appear on the document itself
- Include a word count on the last page (no word limit)
- please save your file as .doc (or .rtf), NOT .docx
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