Submit up to 25 pages of prose or 10 pages of poetry. All manuscripts are considered for publication. Submit through regular mail or online submission manager during the month of January. Judges will be Robyn Schiff (poetry), Rachel Kushner (fiction) and David Shields (nonfiction).
Submit a group of poems, a single story or essay or a manuscript (up to 50 pages) of a full-length novel, novella or collection of short stories or essays. Judged by Andrew Zawacki. Submit by regular mail or through online submission manager.
Submit a 50 to 60 page manuscript of vignettes. Can be poetry, prose or a combination of both. Maximum 60 poems. Prose should be approximately 800 words per piece, maximum 20,000 words total. Submit through online submission manager.
Send up to three poems or a short story of up to 9,000 words. Fiction judged by Ramona Ausubel. Poetry judged by Cathy Park Hong. Submit by postal mail or through online submission manager.
Upload a short story or poetry collection. Winner selected by reader’s votes and comments. Top voted 20 short stories and 40 sets of poems are published.
Open to college undergraduates only. Submit manuscript of 10 original, unpublished poems. Each poem must be no more than 46 lines. Send by regular mail only.
Submit one short story or essay, maximum 8,000 words, or up to three poems. Send through online submission manager or regular mail.
Open to Connecticut poets only. Submit up to three unpublished poems, maximum 40 lines each, via regular mail.
The Rock River Review is UW-Rock County’s undergraduate literary journal. Seeking submissions for fiction, poetry, art and nonfiction. Publishes a print edition and features writing on the website. Submit to [email protected]
The competition theme is “Home.” Home can be a building, a room, a space. Home should feel comfortable, a place where you belong. It might be a sanctuary of safety, a group of objects with memories that create a personal timeline, a country or community of people that share a familiarity, or anywhere your loved …