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Mason's Road - Call for Submissions

Mason's Road - Call for Submissions Fiction * Creative Non-Fiction * Poetry * Drama Deadline: May 1, 2011 Mason’s Road, sponsored by Fairfield University’s MFA in Creative Writing program, is now accepting submissions for Issue #3, to be published in July 2011. As a literary journal dedicated to the writing craft, the theme for Issue #3 is “arc." Not sure if your work fits? Let our editors decide, as we also seek to publish the most compelling pieces that come our way, regardless of theme. For submission instructions, go to: For contest guidelines, go to: Thanks for considering Mason’s Road! The Editors, Mason’s Road

The Cupboard: contest deadline extended

The Cupboard's First-Ever Contest Deadline Extended Reading Feb 1 - April 4 Prize: $500 & publication Judge: Michael Martone The Cupboard has extended the deadline for its first-ever contest. We'll be accepting submissions through Monday, April 4. The winning author will receive $500 and the manuscript will be published as an upcoming volume. We're looking for prose submissions between 4k and 10k words. In the past, we've published short stories, essays, collections of flash fiction and prose poems, and combinations thereof. Send us your best work. Submissions are received and read anonymously, and all submissions are eligible for regular publication. Michael Martone will serve as final judge. To submit, go to: Please email with any questions. The Cupboard is published four times a year. Each volume features a body of work by a single author, except when it doesn't (s

Four Way Books Levis Prize in Poetry

Four Way Books 2011 Levis Prize in Poetry  Claudia Rankine Judge January 1 - March 31, 2011 electronic or mail submissions accepted Publication of a book-length manuscript $1000.00 honorarium Featured reading in a New York City event sponsored Four Way Books Open to all poets regardless of publication history For complete guidelines, please visit   Four Way Books P.O. Box 535 Village Station New York, New York 10014

Contests and Calls for Submissions

Rose Metal Press Call for Hybrid Manuscripts Submission Deadline March 30, 2011   From February 15 through March 30, 2011, we will be actively seeking full-length hybrid and cross-genre manuscripts for consideration for publication in 2012. We are particularly interested in short short, flash, and micro-fiction; prose poetry, novels-in-verse or book-length linked narrative poems; flash nonfiction or book-length memoirs in shorts; and other literary works that move beyond traditional genres to find new forms of expression. The best way to see what we mean by hybrid is to take a look at our  catalog . We welcome submissions in all styles and on all subjects, and encourage a broad and expansive interpretation of hybridity.   Call For Submissions: The Fourth River Online Reading Period Closes March

Hazel Lipa Contest: Deadline Extended!

Flyway  is now accepting entries for the Hazel Lipa Poetry Chapbook Contest through March 25, 2011. Contest details can be found below. We look forward to reading your work!    Flyway: Journal of Writing and Environment Hazel Lipa Poetry Chapbook Contest Entries due: March 25, 2011 (Postmark or Submishmash)   Winning chapbook of no more than 40 poems will appear online in Flyway's premiere online edition (available to subscribers only) and anthologized in 2011-2012 print anthology. Individual poems may be previously published, but the chapbook should not be published.   Hard copy entry fee: $10, or $24 with a subscription (includes online access). Please submit hardcopy chapbooks with your name and all relevant contact information in a cover letter. A title page and the poems should not include your name. Please send to:   Flyway 206 Ross Hall Department of English Iowa State University Ames, Iowa 50

OPA Quarterly Meeting with George Bilgere

Ohio Poetry Association Quarterly Meeting, featuring George Bilgere A reading and workshop with George Bilgere will take place this Saturday, March 19 at the Bexley Public Library in Columbus. This event is free and open to the public. OPA Business Meeting: 10-11:30 Open-Mic: 11:30-12 Lunch On Your Own: 12-1 Reading and Workshop with George Bilgere: 1-4 Bexley Public Library is located at 2411 E. Main St., Bexley, Columbus, Ohio. For more information, visit