Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Jabberwock Review Prizes in Fiction and Poetry- Deadline: March 15, 2015 #seanocarolan.com #writing #contest #competitions



THE NANCY D. HARGROVE EDITORS’ PRIZE FOR FICTION AND POETRY


DEADLINE: March 15, 2015

One winner in fiction and one in poetry each receive $500 and publication in Jabberwock Review.
All finalists are considered for publication.
All entrants receive a one-year (two-issue) subscription beginning with the prize-winning issue.
Each fiction entry should consist of a single short story of any length—though please keep in mind that our entire journal runs 90-100 pages. (Novel excerpts may be submitted if they are self-contained.)
Each poetry entry should consist of 1-3 poems. The winning entry may be for a single poem or group of poems.
Entry Fee: $15, which includes a one-year (two-issue) subscription to Jabberwock Review. (If you enter more than once, your subscription will be extended—or else note in the comments section where you would like your additional subscription sent as a gift.)

HOW TO ENTER

Online Submissions Manager:
. The site will walk you through uploading your manuscript.

Entries will be read anonymously (blindly). For that reason, do not include any identifying information on the manuscript. Entries with identifying information will be disqualified from the contest, but will still be considered for publication.

The website will prompt you to pay the entry fee through a secure online credit-card payment.

All manuscripts uploaded by 11:59 p.m. on March 15 will be considered.

SUBMISSIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED THROUGH OUR SUBMISSIONS MANAGER.

PLEASE NOTE:
• All manuscripts must be original and previously unpublished.
• Simultaneous submissions are welcome; if your work is accepted elsewhere, please withdraw it through the submissions manager.
• Current students or staff of Mississippi State University and previous winners of the prize are ineligible for the Editors’ Prize, though finalists are eligible.

Questions? Please drop us a line at jabberwockreview@english.msstate.edu.

We look forward to reading your work!

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