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    The 2007 Juked Fiction and Poetry Prizes Now accepting entries! www.juked.com   Winner in each genre receives $500 and publication in our upcoming print
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      The 2007 Juked Fiction and Poetry Prizes
      Now accepting entries!
      www.juked.com

       
      Winner in each genre receives $500 and publication in our upcoming print
      issue, Juked #5.

       
      Final Judges:  Frederick Barthelme (fiction) and Julia Johnson (poetry)
      Submission Deadline:  August 31st, 2007
      Entry Fee:  $10

       
      Fiction:  one story per entry, no length requirement
      Poetry:  up to five poems (no more than ten pages total) per entry

       
      for complete guidelines, visit  http://www.juked.com/prize/

       
      About our judges:
      Frederick Barthelme is author of fourteen books, including Moon Deluxe,
      Second Marriage, Tracer, Two Against One, Natural Selection, The Brothers,
      Painted
      Desert, and Bob the Gambler.  He is an occasional contributor to The New
      Yorker and has published in GQ, Kansas Quarterly, Epoch, Playboy, Esquire,
      TriQuarterly, North American Review, Frank, and elsewhere.  His memoir,
      Double Down:
      Reflections on Gambling and Loss, released in November 1999, was co-authored
      with his brother Steven.  A retrospective collection of stories, The Law of
      Averages, was published by Counterpoint in November 2000 and released in
      paperback
      in August 2001.  His novel, Elroy Nights, was published in October 2003 by
      Counterpoint, was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and was
      one
      of five finalists for the 2004 PEN/Faulkner Award.

       
      Julia Johnson, a native of New Orleans, was a Henry Hoyns Fellow at the
      University of Virginia, where she took her M.F.A. in 1995.  Her poems have
      appeared
      in such journals as Third Coast, Poetry International, 64, and New Orleans
      Review.  Her first book of poems, Naming the Afternoon, was published by the
      Louisiana State University Press in 2002.  She has been awarded an Academy of
      American Poets Prize three times and is the winner of the Fellowship of
      Southern
      Writers' 2003 New Writing Award.  She has taught as an assistant professor at
      Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia, the University of North Carolina,
      Greensboro, and elsewhere.


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