Calling all writers: the $1,000 Wabash Prizes in nonfiction and poetry are now open to submissions through October 15 and 31, respectively.
A $15 entry fee covers one essay up to 7,500 words or three poems, with additional entries available for $5.
The nonfiction prize will be judged this year by Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild, while award-winning poet C.D. Wright will serve as poetry judge. For full guidelines, see our website. We look forward to reading your work!
The full text of the winning poem from the 2012 Wabash Prize, "What I Mean When I Say Elijah-Man," by Geffrey Davis, is available online.