1. The Eli Coppola* Memorial Poetry Â Chapbook Contest — Â deadline, February 15, 2010!
The Eli Coppola Memorial Poetry Chapbook Contest is a prize for poets honoring both the tradition of the chapbook and the memory of beloved San Francisco poet Eli Coppola, this prize is open to all poets not recently published. The winning manuscript wins a stylishly designed chapbook, to be published by Sara Jaffe’s Inconvenient Press and a slot in a RADAR Reading Series. Applications now being accepted!
Please visit www.radarproductions.org for guidelines.
The contest is open to anyone who has not published a full-length collection of poetry in the past five years (not including self-published works.)
Cover sheet with name, address, phone and e-mail
3 copies of 18-24 pages of poetry (manuscripts will not be returned)
$10 entry fee with check or money order made out to RADAR Productions Â to offset judges’ honoraria
NO NAME OR OTHER INFORMATION ON ACTUAL MANUSCRIPT
Mail application materials to:
c/o Elizabeth Pickens, Administrative Coordinator
909 Hampshire St. Suite 4
San Francisco, CA 94110
POSTMARK DEADLINE: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 201O
Prize: Invitation to read in San Francisco’s RADAR Reading Series and 25 author copies of a professionally-designed Â chapbook of your work
Questions? Please email us at email@example.com
2. The Unbound Press Fiction Competition is now open for entries!
Short story, up to 300o words: Â 1st Prize, Â£100; Â 2nd Prize, Â£50. Â Entry fee, Â£5.
First chapter of an unpublished novel, up to 3000 words: Â 1st Prize, Â£75; Â 2nd Prize, Â£25. Â Entry fee, Â£5.
All Winners and Runners-up will be published in the Unbound Press Journal and will each receive a free copy of the journal.
Go to www.unboundpress.co.uk for full details.
There will be two further competitions during 2010:
Competition 2 — Creative Non-Fiction Essay & First Chapter
Opens: 1st May Â 2010. Â Closing date: 31st July Â 2010.
Competition 3 — Flash Fiction & Poetry
Opens: 1st August Â 2010. Â Closing date: 31st October Â 2010.
3. Â There is less than a month left to enter New Delta Review‘s Matt Clark Prize in Fiction and Poetry. This year’s contest winners will be published in our special anniversary double issue, celebrating the 150 year history of LSU and the 25th anniversary of the MFA program.
Prize: $250 in each genre and publication in New Delta Review. Finalists will also be considered for publication.
Deadline: January 31st (postmark date)
$10 submission fee includes option to purchase discounted one-year subscription to New Delta Review for an additional $10.
– previously unpublished short story or maximum 5 poems
– completed entry form/title page with all contact information (available on our website: http://www.lsu.edu/newdeltareview )
– $10 entry fee
Matt Clark Fiction/Poetry Prize
New Delta Review
Department of English
15 Allen Hall
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-5001
Unlimited submissions are welcome; each submission must be accompanied by $10 fee.
Simultaneous submissions with notification are welcome.