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  • crwropps@aol.com
    Texas Review Press  George Garrett Fiction Prize Competition  Rules and Guidelines  http://www.shsu.edu/~www_trp/documents/Garrett_Guidelines.pdf  Mail to:
    Message 1 of 2 , May 1, 2008
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      Texas Review Press 
      George Garrett Fiction Prize Competition 
      Rules and Guidelines 
      http://www.shsu.edu/~www_trp/documents/Garrett_Guidelines.pdf%c2%a0

      Mail to: Texas Review Press 
      Department of English 
      Sam Houston State University 
      Box 2146 
      Huntsville, TX  77341-2146 

      1. Submitted manuscripts must be postmarked by September 15. 
      2. Manuscripts may be up to 250 pages in length. 
      3. Manuscripts are handled as blind submissions at all levels of the judging process. 
      4. Manuscripts must be submitted to the address above with two title pages—one with the 
      author's name, address, and telephone number, and one without.  
      5. The author's name must not appear on any other page of the manuscript. 
      6. The envelope label should be clearly labeled “George Garrett Fiction Prize Competition.” 7. 
      SASE must be included for the purpose of a reply only; manuscripts will not be returned. 
      8. A reading fee of $20 must accompany each manuscript. Checks should be made out to 
      “Friends of the Texas Review Press.” 
      9. Each person who enters the contest will receive a one-year subscription to The Texas Review, 
      and will also receive discounts on winning books. 
      10. The winning manuscript will receive a cash prize of $200 and publication. 
      11. The manuscripts are first judged by a network of published writers. The final ranking is 
      concluded by major American writers. 
      12. All judges have pledged to return to TRP immediately any manuscript whose author they 
      have identified. Any manuscripts so returned will be sent to another initial judge. In the case of a 
      finalist manuscript being returned, it will be an automatic finalist in the following year's 
      competition. 

      NOTE: Some years we publish the best book of short fiction and the best novel. 


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    • crwropps@aol.com
      Texas Review Press  George Garrett Fiction Prize Competition  http://www.shsu.edu/~www_trp/documents/Garrett_Guidelines.pdf Rules and Guidelines    Mail
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 31 8:40 AM
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        Texas Review Press 


        George Garrett Fiction Prize Competition 

        http://www.shsu.edu/~www_trp/documents/Garrett_Guidelines.pdf






        Rules and Guidelines 


         


        Mail to: Texas Review Press 


        Department of English 


        Sam Houston State University 


        Box 2146 


        Huntsville, TX  77341-2146 


         


        1. Submitted manuscripts must be postmarked by September 15. 


        2. Manuscripts may be up to 250 pages in length. 


        3. Manuscripts are handled as blind submissions at all levels of the judging process. 


        4. Manuscripts must be submitted to the address above with two title pages—one with the 


        author's name, address, and telephone number, and one without.  


        5. The author's name must not appear on any other page of the manuscript. 


        6. The envelope label should be clearly labeled “George Garrett Fiction Prize Competition.” 7. 


        SASE must be included for the purpose of a reply only; manuscripts will not be returned. 


        8. A reading fee of $20 must accompany each manuscript. Checks should be made out to 


        “Friends of the Texas Review Press.” 


        9. Each person who enters the contest will receive a one-year subscription to The Texas Review, 


        and will also receive discounts on winning books. 


        10. The winning manuscript will receive a cash prize of $200 and publication. 


        11. The manuscripts are first judged by a network of published writers. The final ra
        nking is 


        concluded by major American writers. 


        12. All judges have pledged to return to TRP immediately any manuscript whose author they 


        have identified. Any manuscripts so returned will be sent to another initial judge. In the case of a 


        finalist manuscript being returned, it will be an automatic finalist in the following year's 


        competition. 


         


        NOTE: Some years we publish the best book of short fiction and the best novel. 


         


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