Tuesday, 10 May 2016
Brevity Contest for Graduate & Undergraduate Writers #seanocarolan #Writing #Contest
Brevity is excited to announce a contest for writing students in tandem with our special issue focused on experiences of race, racialization, and racism. We are looking for flash essays (750 words or fewer) that explore the lived experience of race, racialization, and racism, show the reader a new way to look at the familiar, or give voice to under-represented experiences. (Full guidelines and instructions for submitting outside of this student contest can be found here.)
For this first-ever student writing contest, we ask that writing program directors encourage students enrolled in their creative writing program to address our special issue theme and we invite each program to choose the best work (or two best entries if you have both undergraduate and graduate students) from among those submitted. The one or two finalists should be forwarded by the program director directly to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 15, 2016.
The winner, who will receive $200 and publication in Brevity, will be announced in September 2016.
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