Friday, July 3, 2015

Writing Competition: Emerging Writer Awards from Sequestrum

As of May 1, Sequestrum is accepting submissions for the 2015 Emerging Writer Awards, where over $500 will be awarded to up-and-coming talents in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. For complete details visit our website.

Contest Guidelines: 

Open only to writers who have not yet published a book-length manuscript of fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction. 

Prose and poetry will be judged separately, with one first-prize winner for each genre. 

One first-prize winner in each genre will receive $200 plus publication in our Spring ’16 issue. 

Runners-up in each genre will be awarded publication and receive payment at our usual rates (plus a little extra). 

Contest doors close November 15, 2015*. 

We give every submission the time and consideration it deserves, so end-dates are tentative and can close early depending on submission volume. The short and long: It’s best to submit sooner rather than later.
Winners announced in January. Publication in our Spring ’16 Issue.

We're always accepting general submissions, too. 

About Sequestrum:
We average 1,000+ readers a month, keep our archives open at pay-what-you-can subscriptions, are a paying market, and pair all our publications with stunning visual arts created by outside artists or our staff. Our contributors range from award-winning novelists and poets (with other works featured in publications including The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Glimmer Train, PANK, The Kenyon Review, many other university periodicals, and Best American Anthologies) to emerging voices and first-time writers.

We're proud of our little plot on the literary landscape and the writers and artists we share it with. Come see why.

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