Thursday, 15 May 2014
The 2014 Autumn House Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction Contests - Deadline June 30, 2014.
Alicia Ostriker, Poetry Judge
Sharon Dilworth, Fiction Judge
Dinty W. Moore, Nonfiction Judge
Scroll down for separate contest guidelines for each genre.
Guidelines for the 2014 Autumn House Poetry Contest
Since 2003, the annual Autumn House Poetry Contest has awarded publication of a full-length manuscript and $2,500 to the winner. For the 2014 contest, the preliminary judge is Michael Simms, and the final judge is Alicia Ostriker. The postmark deadline for entries is June 30, 2014. For further questions, feel free to email us, message us on Twitter, or ask us through our Facebook Fan Page.
The winner will receive book publication, $1,000 advance against royalties, and a $1,500 travel/publicity grant to promote his or her book.
The deadline is June 30, 2014.
We ask that all submissions from authors new to Autumn House come through one of our annual contests.
All finalists will be considered for publication.
The final judge for the Poetry Prize is Alicia Ostriker.
All full-length collections of poetry 50-80 pages in length are eligible.
The results of the contests will be announced on our website www.autumnhouse.org.
Autumn House Press assumes no responsibility for lost or damaged manuscripts.
All entries must be clearly marked “Poetry Prize” on the outside envelope.
Thirty dollar handling fee (check or money order) must be enclosed.
MANUSCRIPTS WILL NOT BE RETURNED.
Send manuscript and $30.00 fee to:
Autumn House Press
PO Box 60100
Pittsburgh, PA 15211
Electronic submission option: Poetry manuscripts may be submitted electronically by sending the entry by email attachment to autumnh420(at)gmail.com and paying the $30 entry fee through the “Donate” button on the Autumn House homepage.
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