Iron Horse Literary Review is accepting submissions for its annual chapbook competition. This year, the competition is in poetry and the final judge is award-winning poet Rebecca Gayle Howell.
Enter by Mar 31.
Manuscripts should be stripped of any identifying information and should run between 28-36 pages, with each poem starting on a new page.
Entry is $18 and includes a subscription.
Besides publication, the winner will receive a $1000 honorarium and 15 author copies.
For further information, visit our website.
Previous winners listed here.
Iron Horse Literary Review is accepting submissions for its innovative video literature competition. We're looking for digital essays, stories, and poems—videos that combine visual art and sound with original written texts in artistically beautiful ways.
Enter by Mar 15.
Entry is $10 and includes a subscription.
Winner of the Editor's Prize will receive $300; winner of the Audience Award will win $200. We will publish the winning videos in an upcoming DVD issue, and we will screen these videos, as well as several finalists, at the Spring 2016 Iron Horse Film Fest in May.
For further information on the video literature competition, go here.
Previous winners found here.
Submit your entry here.