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Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Contests & Calls for Submissions

From CRWROPPS, a free notification of contests & calls for submissions, skimmed for those appropriate to creative nonfiction.



PO Box 2018, Cordova, TN 38088
PHONE: 901-309-3692;
E-mail:gmoearth(at)aol.com (replace (at) with @)

Work can be unpublished or published. Money award entries (and selected finalists if permission is given) will be published in Grandmother Earth XIV. Rights to previously published work must belong to the author. No profanity or new age material will be accepted.

Prose Awards
Any subject, fiction or non-fiction, 2000-word limit
$100 First Prize
$75 Second Prize
$50 Third Prize

Additional Awards: $50, 1st Place; $35, second place; $25, third place
1. Best Haiku, Senryu, or up to 6 lines short form (see website for poetry guidelines)
2. Best use of Humor, Poetry or Prose
3. Environmental theme, Poetry or Prose


1. To enter general awards, submit one typed copy (standard font) of each poem (single space) or prose piece (double space) with no identification.

2. Send one copy with name and address in upper right corner. Both poetry and prose should be single spaced on this identified copy. Staple and number multiple pages.

3. Enclose an entry page with your name, address, phone number, email address, if applicable, and title of all entries and amount of fees enclosed. Include 25-30 words of biographical data. Indicate whether any or all entries are to be considered for publication if a non-money winner. All rights are returned to the author after publication. Send SASE for return of art or photo or for winners’ list.

4. In upper left corner of an extra copy indicate if your work is to be considered for a specific additional award—if entering same work for both general and additional awards there is no extra fee.

5. Place all entries with no identification in one stack and all with names in another stack. Staple multiple pages of prose and poetry and put the page number in the upper right hand corner of each copy.

6. Fees are $10 for 1-3 entries and $2 for each additional entry. (Make checks payable to Grandmother Earth and mail by July 15.) All entrants will receive one copy of Grandmother Earth .XV--Retail: $9.95. All whose work is published will receive one extra copy. See Student Rules on website for new guidelines. Work previously published in any Grandmother Earth publication is not eligible for awards. There is no fee for art or photography and payment is a contributor’s copy, except for the special award.
Notify us of any change in address after mailing entries.


Deadline for contest entries is: June 30, 2008. The following rules must be followed exactly:

The complete story must not exceed 3,000 words.
Please use your computer word counter; not an estimate.
Every page must have a header in the upper left-hand corner consisting of the author’s name/the title of the story. Example: Smith/My Story
Pages must be numbered in the upper right-hand corner (numeral only).
All material must be typed, double-spaced. Use 12 point New Times Roman typeface.

Any story, true or fictionalized, about a cat or cats.

A cover sheet with complete contact information:
Name, address, telephone number, email address
The complete story in hard copy and on a read/write disk (Microsoft or Word Perfect).
A check or money order for $2.00 (two dollar) registration fee made out to:
Fireside Publications

No material will be returned, so DO NOT send an SASE for its return.
Material not chosen for the book will be destroyed.
Do NOT request a signature for delivery of your material.
A list of the winning entries will be posted on our web site.
Winners will have their stories published in a Cat’s Short Story Book (to be named after all stories have been selected). Twenty to twenty-five winners will be selected. Each winner will receive a complimentary copy of the book.
Winners must expect their material to be edited as appropriate for publication (spelling, grammar, punctuation; and inappropriate phrasing or words where necessary).
Winners will be announced by the end of August 2008.

Submit your entry as soon as possible to:
Cat Short Story Contest
Fireside Publications
1004 San Felipe Lane, Suite 200
The Villages, FL 32159

Narrative Contest Guidelines
(go to website for online entry instructions)

The Narrative First-Person Contest is open to all writers. We’re looking for works of fiction or nonfiction written in the first-person point of view in the following categories: short stories, short short stories, novel excerpts, essays, memoirs, and excerpts from book-length nonfiction. Entries must be previously unpublished, no longer than 8,000 words, and must not have been previously chosen as a winner, finalist, or honorable mention in another contest.

In seeking fiction and nonfiction written in first-person point of view, we are especially looking for works that transcend narrow self-interest and self-expression. We are looking for authors whose use of the first person demonstrates a sense of proportion and perspective, an engagement with the world beyond the self, for authors whose gifts of thought or feeling and of insight enhance a reader’s sense of connection and possibility. And, as always, we are looking for manuscripts with a strong narrative, in which the effects of language are intense and total. Reading the first-person narrator—the I of the story—we hope to find the most necessary, most intimate, most personal stories made universal.

Awards: First Prize is $3,000, Second Prize is $1,750, and Third Prize is $1,000. The prize winners will be announced in Narrative and will be eligible for publication. Additionally, ten finalists will receive $125 each. We’ll announce finalists in the magazine as well. All entries will be considered for publication.

There is a $20 fee for each entry. And with your entry, you’ll receive six months of complimentary access to Narrative Backstage.

Entries will be accepted between May 1 and July 31, 2008.

The contest will be judged by the editors of the magazine. Winners and finalists will be announced to the public by August 31, 2008. All writers who enter will be notified by email of the judges’ decisions.

We accept online entries only. We do accept simultaneous submissions, but if your entry is accepted elsewhere, please let us know as soon as possible (and accept our congratulations!). Online entry at

Entries should be formatted as follows: Double-spaced, with 12-point type, at least one-inch margins, and sequentially numbered pages. Please give the author’s name, address, telephone number, and email address at the top of the first page.

Memoir (and) Prize for Nonfiction
$500 Prize and
Publication in our Spring 2009 Issue.

Memoir (and) is an up-and-coming journal for the exploration of memoir as “the” genre of the 21st century. We are based in Sausalito, California, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge.

We strive with each issue to include a selection of prose, poetry, graphic memoirs, epistolary memoirs, narrative photography, lies and more. The editors particularly invite submissions that push the traditional boundaries of both form and content in the exploration of the representation of self, and are especially looking for graphic memoirs.Memoir (and) is available in print in over 600 bookstores in the U.S. and Canada, including Borders, Barnes & Noble, Hastings and independent bookstores.

Contest Guidelines

The reading period for the contest is May 1, 2008 through August 15, 2008.

Submit 10,000 words or fewer online using the Memoir (and) Submissions Manager, or by snail mail. Only one prose submission per person, or a maximum of five poems. If you are sending narrative photographic images, please limit yourself to a maximum of five. If you have a graphic memoir, send a low resolution jpg or tiff of some panels and a brief description.

Submit $10 contest entry fee online, or by check or money order.

Submissions marked “contest submissions” but without a $10 entry fee will be regarded as general submissions and considered for publication.

We do not accept previously published submissions; WE DO ACCEPT SIMULTANEOUS SUBMISSIONS.

We purchase one-time rights and pay with copies.

Pages have a way of becoming separated from each other like lively children. Yet we don’t think the writer’s name should be evident to our judges while reading. Therefore please use the following format:

- On the cover page: your name and contact information, and the entry’s title.

- On every page: the entry’s title.

- All pages numbered and double-spaced.

Be sure to include a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you want us to write back to you via snail mail about your submission.

Manuscripts will not be returned.

Entries must be postmarked between May 1, 2008 and August 15, 2008.

Send snail mail entries and entries fees to: Memoir Journal, P.O. Box 1398, Sausalito CA 94966-1398.

Questions? Visit our Online Submissions page, or read our SubmissionsFAQ at

Fourth River Award for Poetry
Fourth River Award for Creative Nonfiction

We are looking for poetry and creative nonfiction that capture the places—natural, built
and imagined, urban, rural or wild—where humans and nature converge and collide.

First place winner in each category will be published in the Fourth River and will receive a $500 cash prize upon publication.

Final judges for each category will be announced soon.

Contest Guidelines
Submissions should be postmarked no later than November 15, 2008
Previously published works and works accepted for publication elsewhere are not eligible.
Students, faculty and employees of Chatham University are not eligible.
Include a title page with your name, address, phone number and the title of your
submission(s). Your name must not appear on the actual manuscript.
The reading fee is $5 for three poems or one essay (7,000 word maximum), and includes a
copy of Issue 5. Please make checks payable to Chatham University. Multiple submissions are acceptable, but each submission must be accompanied by a reading fee. Manuscripts will not be returned. Send your submission, your reading fee and a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
The Fourth River
Chatham University
Woodland Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Attention: Fourth River Award for Poetry or Fourth River Award for Creative Nonfiction.

Submit your work
The Fourth River accepts nonfiction, short fiction, poetry, and young adult/children's short fiction (without illustration). Please send up to seven poems or up to 7,000 words of prose to the appropriate section editor. Due to the volume of submissions, we will recycle all the manuscripts we receive. Please do not send us your only copy.
Include cover letter with name, address, phone number, email contact, and titles of
enclosed work.
All manuscripts must include a SASE to be considered and returned.
No e-mail submissions accepted.
Kindly let us know if you are submitting simultaneously.

Reading Period: August 1, 2008 – February 15, 2009
Submission Address
The Fourth River
Chatham University
Woodland Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Contact Us
For more information, contact The Fourth River at fourthriver(at)chatham.edu (replace (at) with @)

Relief: A Quarterly Christian Expression is seeking fiction, poetry, and essays. We're especially interested in lively creative nonfiction.

Now in our second year of publication, Relief offers a venue for authors who want to write seriously but struggle to find an outlet for writing with a faithful slant. Relief's goal is to publish poems, creative nonfiction, and short stories that push the envelope beyond
stereotypically "fluffy" Christian writing, so please feel free to stand out on the edge.
Submissions accepted year round but only via our online submissions system. Please view our website for submission guidelines.


OPEN ISSUE for Writers over 50


Submit work: June 1 - September 15 (postmarked date)
Results announced (projected date): November, 2008
No reading fee for Open Issue submissions

3-5 poems, 50 lines max. per poem
or, Short fiction, all stories totaling no more than 4,000 words
or, one Memoir, or a series, 4,000 words max. in total

Include cover letter and brief bio.

Include name and address on all pages.

All work must be accompanied by a Self-Addressed, Stamped Envelope (SASE) with sufficient postage for reply/work return.

No previously published work.

Simultaneous submissions to other journals are okay, but please notify us if the work is accepted elsewhere.

No email submissions, inquiries only.

If you need more information, send us an email: passenger(at)saysomethingloudly.com (replace (at) with @), or call: 410.837.6047.

Send all submissions to:
1420 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-5779


shaking like a mountain, an online magazine of literature about contemporary
music, seeks submissions in poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. The
Spring 2008 issue is live now. We like writers to be familiar with what we do
and to review our submission guidelines carefully before submitting. See the
website at www.shakinglikeamountain.com. To view the guidelines, hit the submit


FAWLT magazine (www.fawltmag.com) is an online, quarterly journal seeking short stories, poems, essays, and artwork that deal with human flaws.

Each issue of the magazine focuses on a single, undesirable characteristic, exploring such issues as: who is affected by it, its impact on individuals, in which circumstance it can be especially bad (or actually good), and any other aspect of the flaw that that may be worth investigating.

We seek previously unpublished prose, poetry, art, and photograph that incorporate these characteristics in funny or sobering ways. Ultimately Fawlt hopes to offer an entertaining look at human frailty and a serious consideration of some of our more unpleasant traits. Please do not send more than three prose pieces or five poems at a time.

We're now actively taking submissions for our next issue:
This issue will be launched online September 15, 2008.
We're also considering submissions for other faults including:
~ Apathy and Arrogance ~
However, as we are planning to release those issues in later quarters, our response to submissions in those categories might be slightly long in coming.
While we have no problem with simultaneous submissions, please notify us immediately if your submitted work is published elsewhere.


DEADLINE: For PERFECTIONISM: August 1, 2008. For all other faults: rolling submissions.

EMAIL: Please send to submissions to
fiction(at)fawltmag.com, poetry(at)fawltmag.com, or artandphoto(at)fawltmag.com (replace (at) with @), depending on your category. Please indicate, in the subject line, which flaw your work addresses.

Please note that if you wish to submit work to two different issues (apathy and arrogance for instance) you need to send us two separate emails: one for your apathy submissions and one for your arrogance submissions. As previously stated, don't forget to indicate which flaw your work addresses in the subject line of your email.

ATTACH: A cover letter.

IMAGES: May be sent via email as JPG or TIF files.

PAYMENT: While we're working on acquiring the funds necessary to pay our contributors, as of now, we can't offer any of that precious, precious lucre. Sorry.

We look forward to reading and viewing your work. Thank you for submitting to Fawlt Magazine.

Hard Times Writing Contest

Ten Honorable Mentions

Deadline: postmarked by July 31st, 2008.


Write about a difficult experience in your life, how you overcame this obstacle, and how you were changed by it. Winning stories will be chosen for originality and creative writing style.

Stories should be previously unpublished, and should not exceed 4,000 words (double-spaced, 12 point font). Multiple entries are accepted. Your name, address, phone and title of work should appear on a cover sheet.

Enclose a self-addressed, self-sealing stamped envelope for critique and list of winners, and the reading fee of $20 (or $15 for Workshop members) per entry.

Make check or money order payable to Writers' Workshop, and send to: Hard Times Contest, 387 Beaucatcher Road, Asheville, N.C. 28805.

Electronic submission instructions can be found at



Benu Press is accepting completed manuscripts for the Social Justice and Equity Award in Creative Non-Fiction.

Contest dates: May 5, 2008 through July 25, 2008. Notification by September 30, 2008.

Benu Press is a small, independent press committed to publishing creative non-fiction, poetry and fiction. We believe in the transformative power of literature. To that end, we seek to publish inspiring and thought-provoking books about the practical dimensions of social justice and equity.

Writing Competition Rules and Guidelines

Entries must include a $25 reader’s fee as well as the entry form (which can be found at www.BenuPress.com).

The author’s name should not appear beyond the cover sheet.

Title of book should appear on all pages of the manuscript.

Manuscript must be 144 – 350 pages and spring clipped (not spiral bound).

The contest readers will perform a blind review of each entry.

Winning entry will be published by Benu Press and the author will be awarded $1,000 in addition to royalties. The initial run will be 1,000 copies.

Benu Press will sell books to authors at a 35% discount, and these copies may be sold directly to customers at readings and events. Benu Press will not sell books to authors on a sale or return basis.

Manuscript must be written in English, and must not contain excessive adult language or exploitive themes.

Manuscripts will NOT be returned. Benu Press is not responsible for lost manuscripts.

Unsuccessful submissions will be shredded and recycled.

Books that have been previously published are not eligible.

All work must be original work by the author. Should any part of the entry be discovered to be copied or plagiarized, both writer and entry will be disqualified.

Author must submit two (2) hard copies of the manuscript as well as an RTF file (burned on a disk) for review.

Entries must be sent to: Benu Press Writing Competition, PO Box 5330, Hopkins, MN, 55343.

Questions can be directed to: submissions(at)benupress.com (replace (at) with @)

subject: Competition.

Benu Press will publish the winning manuscript. The initial press run will be 1,000 copies. Benu Press pays authors 7% of book profits.

The postmark deadline is July 25, 2008.

Contest Process

Once the reader’s fee has been verified, cover page will be removed and an entry number will be stamped on the first page of your manuscript.

All manuscripts are read and considered anonymously. Benu does not use students to review manuscripts at any stage of the competition.

After identifying information is removed, the field will be narrowed by Lois Roma-Deeley, Marianne Roccaforte and Le Roy Chappell. The top 50 will be ranked. The top 12 manuscripts will become finalists. Peggy Shumaker will select the winner, first- and second runner up. If Peggy Shumaker does not select a winner from the pool of finalists, the prize will go un-awarded for this year.

Benu Press may offer publication to finalists after the competition. We do not publish vanity anthologies.

Authors may include a self-addressed stamped envelope for contest results only. Results will be posted on September 30, 2008 at www.benupress.com.

If you have studied with, or have a personal relationship with, Peggy Shumaker, Lois Roma-Deeley, Marianne Roccaforte or Le Roy Chappell, you are not eligible for this competition.

Any entry that is not complete or does not follow guidelines will be disqualified.

Le Roy J.D. Chappell, Ed.D.
Founder & Publisher

Benu Press
P.O. Box 5330
Hopkins, Minnesota 55343-9998


2009 National Writing Contest in Fiction,
Creative Nonfiction, and Poetry
$10 Entry Fee
$500 First Place Prize

Postmark Deadline: October 1, 2008
Our annual contest awards $500 plus publication for the first place winner in fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. Additional winners selected for publication will be paid in copies (4). $10 entry fee, checks payable to Alligator Juniper. Every entrant receives one copy of the 2009 issue, a $10 value. The issue will come out in summer 2009. There is no theme for the 2009 issue. Work is selected upon artistic merit. By entering our contest you agree to allow us to select your work for publication even if it does not place first. We encourage submissions from writers of all levels, especially emerging or early-career writers. We accept simultaneous submissions; inform us in your cover letter and contact us immediately if your work is selected elsewhere.

Submission Guidelines
Submissions accepted May 1st through October 1st, 2008 (postmark deadline). Include a brief cover letter, including the statement below. Include S.A.S.E for response only; manuscripts are recycled, not returned. Include a $10 entry fee payable to Alligator Juniper for each story or essay (30 page limit per entry), or up to five poems. Additional entries require additional fee. Indicate category with a large F, NF, or P on cover letter and mailing envelope. Manuscripts must be typed with numbered pages. Prose double-spaced. Double-sided copies encouraged. No email submissions. Send to: Alligator Juniper, Prescott College, 220 Grove Avenue, Prescott AZ, 86301 IMPORTANT: Unfortunately, due to recent problems with misinformed entrants and withdrawals, we ask that you include the following statement in your signed cover letter: "I have read and understand the guidelines for Alligator Juniper’s national writing contest." Back issues are available for all but 1995 (the premier issue) and 2001. Send $7.50 to above address and specify what year you would like to receive.

Selection Process
All entries are read and discussed by Prescott College students in the Alligator Juniper practicum class. This class is overseen each fall by two faculty members, each of whom is a working writer in the genres of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.

All entrants receive a personal letter from one of our staff regarding the status of their submission. We usually inform in late January. The individual attention we devote to each manuscript takes time. We appreciate your patience.


Guidelines for the 2009 Narrative Travel Writing

TransitionsAbroad.com invites you to enter its 2009 Narrative Travel Writing Contest with a $500 first-place prize.

Professionals, freelancers and other talented travel writers are invited to write a travel narrative relating to the intrinsic educational aspects of meaningful travel. We are looking for evocative and engaging writing in which sensitive immersion in the country, the people, the food, the land, the art, the rituals, and the culture in general play the leading role in the writer's self-discovery and enlightenment. We are absolutely not looking for self-involved travelogues or diaries, but rather for a well-crafted and inspirational story which should appeal to those who have traveled independently overseas with open minds, sensitive souls, and empathetic imaginations.

The specific theme for this year's contest is "Travel in a Dangerous World." Many of our readers are independent travelers who are looking for travel ideas which take them to areas unspoiled by mass tourism, where they may meet and respectfully interact with local people who have not yet become cynical about the foreigners who come into their homes or lands. We are looking for stories written by authors who have taken a risk — or been told that they were taking a risk — when traveling overseas. How did you manage to stay safe even while engaging in this form of adventurous travel, which often involves finding oneself in remote areas of the world or in off-the-beaten-track areas of known cities and regions? One implicit question the articles should address is whether the world (at least that part of the world in which you have traveled) is truly more dangerous than it has ever been, or did you discover that governments and/or mass commercial media has exaggerated the threats for their own motives?

What we are not looking for are submissions that represent travel as a form of consumption and objectify the people of other countries or which involve "poverty tourism" or "poorism."

Accompanying photos which enhance the narrative are a plus, and we are open to photojournalistic approaches to the subject outlined above for this year's Narrative Travel Writing Contest. Please include an optional bio of 1-3 sentences with references to your websites, blogs, books and contact information.

TransitionsAbroad.com will publish the top three winners' entries as well as those of the selected runner-ups.

Contest Prizes
In this year's Narrative Travel Writing Contest, the first-place winner’s entry will receive $500 (USD), the second-place winning entry $150, and the third-place winner $100.

Any other articles selected as runner-ups will receive a $50 payment.

Who is Eligible
The Contest is open to professional, freelance and aspiring travel writers from any location around the globe.

How to Enter
Submit an original essay from 1,000 to 3,000 words. Supporting photos in .jpg or .gif format are welcome to illustrate the experience and are considered part of the essay submission. To enter the Contest, attach your essay in Word format or copy and paste it into an e-mail. Please include your full name, complete postal address and phone number. Please type "Narrative Travel Writing Essay Entry" in the subject description of the e-mail and send the e-mail to narrativewritingcontest(at)transitionsabroad.com (replace (at) with @). The Contest begins February 1, 2008, and all entries must be received by October 31, 2008. Transitions Abroad Publishing, Inc. will require first-time North American rights for all submissions which are accepted as contest winners and for publication. In addition, Transitions Abroad Publishing, Inc. will reserve the right to reprint the story in a future publication. The writer may republish the unedited submission as desired after initial publication on TransitionsAbroad.com. Editors of TransitionsAbroad.com will judge entries based upon the following criteria:
Sensitivity to the people and culture being
Ability to engage the reader
Literary quality
Winners will be chosen on or about November 15, 2008 and will be notified by phone, mail, or e-mail by December 1, 2008 for publication on January 31, 2009 due to the time required for all writers spanning the globe to receive payment.

Contest Terms
There is no entry fee required for submissions. Decisions of the judges are final. Transitions Abroad Publishing, Inc. is not responsible for late, lost, misdirected, incomplete, or illegible e-mail or for any computer-related, online, or technical malfunctions that may occur in the submission process. Submissions are considered void if illegible, incomplete, damaged, irregular, altered, counterfeit, produced in error, or obtained through fraud or theft. Submissions will be considered made by an authorized account holder of the e-mail address submitted at time of entry. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners – along with any others accepted for publication – will be paid by Transitions Abroad Publishing, Inc. either by check or Paypal as preferred by the author. All federal, state, and local taxes are the sole responsibility of the Contest winners.


The Earth Vision nature writing contest 2008

short fiction, creative non-fiction, poetic prose, or poetry

First Prize $500

Two Second Prizes of $100 each
Entries are now invited for the 2008 EV nature writing contest.
The deadline for receipt of entries is October 15, 2008.
The EV nature writing contest is held to support the cause of expression on the subject of nature and deep ecology. Any outstanding proceeds will support the EV project.

First prize: $500.
Second and third prizes: $100 each.
Two honorable mentions.

This contest is open to any writer in English producing an original short piece of fiction, creative non-fiction, poetic prose, or poetry on a theme of nature, deep ecology, spiritual ecology, or any work that has some element of nature woven into it.

Submissions can be published or unpublished material, length to range between 500 and 2500 words per entry. One title per entry, you can enter as many times as you like, new entry fee to accompany each entry.

Winners will retain all rights, and will be invited to post their entries on the Earth Vision website.

Entry fee: $12 (U.S.)

You can either donate $12, or purchase two or more E-books from the Earth Vision site (at $6 each).

- there is no form for this contest.
- either peruse the Earth Vision material by reading the excerpts on the site, and buy any two of the E-books - or donate $12 through the link below - then email your entry through the address below, as either a Word, or PDF document.
- enter "EV contest" on the subject line of your email - and remember to attach your entry.
- include a cover page with title, contact, and author information, plus a short biography.

The deadline is Oct 15th, 2008. No late entries will be considered.
Only winning entries will be notified.
Winners will be posted on our site by November 15th, 2008.


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