…AND A CHANCE TO SEE YOUR NAME IN PRINT!
Here’s the deal: purchase a copy of my novella, NICK OF TIME, between now and July 4th, and send me a line from the book along with your name & email info and I will enter your name in a contest to be a character in my next Nick Donahue Adventure. NICK OF TIME is a great summer read, an international adventure of a Blackjack player hoodwinked by a beautiful woman. If you want to enter my Summer Reading Contest, the Kindle edition is just $2.51 over at Amazon. Hope you’ll enjoy it!
The Lascaux Review, a showcase for emerging and established writers and artists has announced a call for submissions for its short fiction contests, The Lascaux Prize in Short Fiction. Submissions opened October 1st for previously published or unpublished stories. Prize of $1,000 to the winner. The winner and the finalists will appear in the 2015 Lascaux Prize Anthology. Deadline is December 31st.
Also, the are still accepting manuscripts for the Christine E. Eldin Memorial Fellowship, an inaugural contest for unpublished middle-grade fiction which opened for submissions on September 1st. Prize of $1,000. Deadline for submissions is December 31st.
Kings River Life, a California online weekly magazine, has announced its first ever short story competition. They are looking for original mystery short stories with a Halloween theme. More details including length requirements, fee and deadline here.
KRL, which publishes each Saturday morning, focuses on community news and the arts and includes a section called All Things Mystery. While the competition is restricted to original stories, KRL normally accepts previously published stories as well. Also worth noting: Ten percent of KRL’s advertising revenue goes to animal rescue.
In keeping with the theme of poetry a few days ago, I’d like to add another opportunity for poets to have their work recognized.
Stephen Lascaux of the Lascaux Review has just announced that the Inaugural Lascaux Prize in Poetry is now open for submission. Poems may be previously published or unpublished and simultaneous submissions are accepted. The winner will receive a thousand dollars and publication in The Lascaux Review plus publication in 2015 Lascaux Prize Anthology. The entry fee for the poetry contest is $10. So sharpen your pencils (or boot up your computers) and enter by June 21st. Check out the website for more details or click here to enter
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Stephen Parrish, Editor of The Lascaux Review recently announced the Lascaux 250 Flash Fiction Contest with a grand prize of at least $250 and publication in the 2015 Lascaux Prize Anthology.
The contest runs from March 6th through March 20th. There’s a $4 entry fee and for each entry received, they are adding $2 to the prize money. So, the more people who enter, the larger the prize. Check out the site for the story prompt and the contest rules, then get writing!
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