See me if you are interested in entering a poem in the contest below. I'd be happy to go over guidelines, edit and help you submit :)
Narrative Short Fiction contest
Deadline: March 31, at midnight, PST.
The Winter Story Contest is open to all writers, and all entries will be considered for publication.
• $2,500 First Prize
• $1,000 Second Prize
• $500 Third Prize
• Ten finalists receive $100 each
For more than a decade, Narrative has proudly published emerging writers alongside established authors, and we continue to look for exciting, meaningful new writing.
Narrative reaches a worldwide audience of almost 200,000 readers, and our contest winners and finalists have seen their exposure in Narrative bring great attention to their work.
Works from Narrative often appear in collections such as the Best American Short Stories, the O. Henry Prize Stories, the Pushcart Prize series, and many others.
We look forward to reading your work.
The Claremont Review --A Publication devoted to emerging writers.
The editors of the Claremont Review accept first-class poetry, short stories, and short plays from young adults aged 13-19 years, from anywhere in the English-speaking world.
Written submissions must include the following:
We only accept writing submissions in the mail. Please do not email us your submission. Your submission package should include a cover page with details found on the Submissions page.
All work submitted must be carefully edited. We do not accept first drafts.
Please submit only previously unpublished work.
All work must be typed, single-sided, with the name of the author at the top of each page. We allow up to 6 items in each submission.
Fiction must be no more than 5,000 words and should be double-spaced.
Poems should be on separate pages and formatted as you’d like it to appear in publication.
Submissions should be accompanied by a current email address (seeSubmissions page). If you choose not to include an email address, youwill not hear back from the editors unless your submission is chosen for publication.