Tuesday, April 1, 2014
- Publication in Spark: A Creative Anthology, Volume VI, as the first (poem) or second (prose) piece in the collection
- Lifetime Premium Membership at Scribophile, the online writing group for serious writers
- One-year subscription to Duotrope
- One-year print subscription to American Poetry Review -or- Poets & Writers Magazine -or- The Writer Magazine
- Complimentary print & digital copies of Spark: A Creative Anthology, Volumes I through IV
- Lifetime Premium Membership at Scribophile
- One-year digital subscription to American Poetry Review
- Complimentary digital copies of Spark: A Creative Anthology, Volumes I through IV
- Complimentary print copy of Spark: A Creative Anthology, Volume I
One-year Premium Membership at Scribophile
Complimentary digital copy of Spark: A Creative Anthology Volumes I through IV
One-year digital subscription to American Poetry Review
Fables have been a part of storytelling as long as we’ve been telling stories. Fables do more than entertain: they also present a lesson or attempt to teach a moral. Traditionally, fables feature anthropomorphic animals as main character(s).
For the best chance of winning this writing contest, your story or poem should feature at least one animal as a primary character—does not have to be the protagonist, and does not have to speak, but certainly can do both—and should contain a lesson or moral. The lesson or moral may be humorous or somber.
Full contest details and guidelines are found at http://sparkanthology.org/contests/five/. Questions, comments, and requests for clarification can be asked on the contest listing page or directed to Brian Lewis at email@example.com