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Thursday, July 14, 2005

TCR Literary Competitions Page.

Check out
Gilbert Wesley Purdy's blog:

Disclaimer: The Catalyzer Journal and Gilbert Wesley Purdy make no representation that the information on this page is true or updated to reflect the most recent rules or instructions of the competitions listed. The information on this page is provided together with page links in order that the reader may determine for him or herself the status and legitimacy of the competitions and the requirements associated with properly submitting to them. The overviews on this page are for convenience only. The submission dates associated with each overview may reflect the year for which the text was last updated.

January

February

March

The 49th Parallel Award for Poetry Competition (Western Washington University). Genre(s): Poetry. Associated journal: Bellingham Review. Entry fee: $15.00. Deadline/submission period: December 1, 2004 - March 15, 2005

April

The John Guyon Literary Nonfiction Prize Competition (Southern Illinois University Carbondale). Genre(s): Non-fiction prose. Associated journal: Crab Orchard Review. Entry fee: $15.00. Deadline/submission period: February 1 - April 1, 2005

The Jack Dyer Fiction Prize Competition (Southern Illinois University Carbondale). Genre(s): Fiction prose. Associated journal: Crab Orchard Review. Entry fee: $15.00. Deadline/submission period: February 1 - April 1, 2005
The Richard Peterson Poetry Prize Competition (Southern Illinois University Carbondale). Genre(s): Poetry. Associated journal: Crab Orchard Review. Entry fee: $15.00. Deadline/submission period: February 1 - April 1, 2005

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

The James Dickey Prize Competition (Georgia State University). Genre(s): poetry. Associated journal: Five Points. Entry fee: $20.00. Deadline/submission period: November 30, 2004.
The
Nebraska Review Poetry Award Competition (University of Nebraska Omaha). Genre(s): poetry. Associated journal: Nebraska Review. Entry fee: $15.00. Deadline/submission period: November 30, 2004.

December

The Greg Grummer Poetry Award Competition (George Mason University). Genre(s): poetry. Associated journal: Phoebe. Entry fee: $12.00. Dealine/submission period: December 1st, 2004.
The Hackney Award Competition. Genre(s): poetry, short story. Associated journal: none. Entry fee: $10.00 Deadline/submission period: December 31, 2004.
The Thomas Merton Poetry of the Sacred Award Competition. Genre(s): poetry. Associated journal: The Merton Seasonal. Entry fee: none. Deadline/submission period: December 31, 2004.

TOM HOWARD/JOHN H. REID SHORT STORY CONTEST
$2,575 in prizes, including a top prize of $1,000. Submit fiction or nonfiction. Deadline March 31.
http://www.winningwriters.com/tomstory.htm?wg

Source: Writer Gazette Newsletter

Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize Submission Guidelines

http://www.graywolfpress.org/Company_Info/Submission_Guidelines/
Graywolf_Press_Nonfiction_Prize_Submission_Guidelines//


Graywolf Press is pleased to announce the second annual Graywolf Press
Nonfiction Prize. A $12,000 advance and publication by Graywolf in 2007
will be awarded to the best previously unpublished, full-length work of
literary
nonfiction by a writer not yet established in the genre. Robert Polito
will
serve as the judge.
Source: TMP newsletter

DRUNKEN BOAT'S FIRST ANNUAL PANLITERARY AWARDS
Deadline: April 5th, 2005
Judges: Annie Finch, Sabina Murray, Alexandra Tolstoy, Talan Memmott,
David
Hall, and DJ Spooky

Drunken Boat, , international online journal
for the arts, announces its First Annual Panliterary Awards in Poetry,
Fiction, Non-Fiction, Web-Art, Photo/Video, Sound. Submit up to three
works, either
via email to or via physical mail to:
Drunken
Boat, 119 Main St., Chester, CT 06412. A $15 entry fee must accompany
all
submissions, either via check or money order, else submitted
electronically
at: http://www.drunkenboat.com/db7/donate.html. Winners in all
categories
will be announced at the Boston Cyberarts Festival <
http://bostoncyberarts.org/> in May 2005, will be featured in a
subsequent
issue of Drunken Boat, and will be invited to perform at future
multimedia
events and performances. All other entries will be considered for
publication.

Submissions must be received no later than April 5th, 2005. Awards will
be
given in the following genres: poetry, fiction, non-fiction, web art,
photo/video and sound. The judges for the Panliterary Awards are:

Poetry: Annie Finch, Poet, translator, and librettist and Director of
the
Stonecoast MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Southern
Maine,

Fiction: Sabina Murray, 2003 PEN/Faulkner Award Winner <
ttp://www.groveatlantic.com/grove/wc.dll?groveproc~book~4236>
Non-Fiction‹ Alexandra Tolstoy, Fellow of the Royal Geographical
Society,<
http://www.alexandratolstoy.com/>

Web-Art: Talan Memmott, 2000 trAce / Alt-X New Media Writing Award
Winner
and Creative Director for the literary hypermedia journal, BeeHive, <
http://www.memmott.org/talan/>

Photo/Video: David Hall, Video art pioneer, TV interventionist,
installation artist, sculptor and filmmaker.


Sound: Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid, Musician,
writer,
producer, editor-at-large of Artbyte, and conceptual artist whose work
has
appeared in the Whitney Biennial and the Venice Biennial for
Architecture,


Works will be accepted as URLs of work online, as attachments (MSWord
files
or .jpg/.gif/.zip/.swf/ .html/.mp3/.mov/.wav files), or else as hard
copy,
disk, or CD/DVD. Please include the phrase Panliterary Awards in the
subject line of any email submission and do not paste text submissions
into
the body of the email. Email editor@drunkenboat.com or shankarr@ccsu.edu
for more information.

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