Camber Press is pleased to announce the return of our poetry chapbook
award. Our ethos is to publish contemporary poetry exhibiting lucid
delivery while not sacrificing emotional depth, mastery of craft, or
The Fourth Annual Camber Press
Poetry Chapbook Award
August 15, 2008
$1,000 and publication of chapbook
The Bechtel Prize
The Bechtel Prize is awarded annually in recognition of an exemplary article or essay related to:
• Creative writing education,
• Literary studies, and/or
• The profession of writing.
The winning essay appears in Teachers & Writers
magazine, and the author receives a $2,500 honorarium. Honoraria
totaling $1,000 are shared by the authors of entries selected as
finalists for the Bechtel Prize, which may also be published in Teachers & Writers.
Guidelines for the FICTION OPEN:
Open to all writers, all themes, so have at it!
THE COMSTOCK REVIEW ANNUAL POETRY CONTEST
The Muriel Craft Bailey Memorial Award
ANNUAL POETRY CONTEST 2008
The 2008 Omnidawn Poetry Prize is Omnidawn
Publishing’s first annual contest for a first or second full-length
collection of poems by a poet writing in English. The contest will be
judged by Marjorie Welish, with a cash prize of $2,000 and Fall 2009
publication by Omnidawn Publishing. Manuscripts will remain anonymous
until a winner is selected.
#- The entering manuscript must be a first or second full length book.
Chapbook publication has no bearing on this.
FINISHING LINE PRESS
PRIZE IN POETRY
Closing date for receipt of postal entries: 30th June
Closing date for online entries: 30th June 2008 Midnight GMT
Maximum of 5000 words for short stories
Maximum of 42 lines for poems
- The Prize is open to anyone, including non-UK applicants,over 18 years.
- Entries must be entirely the work of the entrant and must
never have been published, self-published, published on any
website or broadcast.
Caketrain Journal and Press is proud to announce our 2008 Caketrain Chapbook Competition,
the fourth installment of our annual creative writing contest. This
year, in an effort to further expand the horizons of our book series,
we have decided for the first time ever to look at chapbook manuscripts
in the fiction genre (never fear, poets -- your genre of choice
is slated to make its triumphant return in 2009). We're very excited
about this new development and the fantastic work that is sure to