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  • crwropps@aol.com
    Annual Fiction Contest (Sept. 15 - Nov. 16): Crab Creek Review Award winning writer, Kathleen Alcala will be the contest judge.  Submit your original,
    Message 1 of 8 , Oct 5, 2009
      Annual Fiction Contest (Sept. 15 - Nov. 16): Crab Creek Review

      Award winning writer, Kathleen Alcala will be the contest judge. 

      Submit your original, unpublished fiction (up to 3,000 words) and win $100 and publication in Crab Creek Review. All contest submissions will be considered for publication. $10 entry fee. Please read the complete contest guidelines:




      http://www.crabcreekreview.org/contest.htm



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    • crwropps@aol.com
      Crab Creek Review Annual Fiction Contest http://www.crabcreekreview.org/contest.htm Deadline: Nov. 30th, 2010 PRIZE: $150 & Publication (All contest
      Message 2 of 8 , Oct 9, 2010
        Crab Creek Review Annual Fiction Contest
        http://www.crabcreekreview.org/contest.htm

        Deadline: Nov. 30th, 2010
        PRIZE: $150 & Publication
        (All contest submissions will be considered for possible publication in Crab Creek Review)
        SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

        Original, previously unpublished fiction up to 3,000 words, double spaced.
        Name and contact info must NOT appear on any pages of the fiction piece.
        Please include a cover letter with your name, address, telephone number, email address, and the title of your story with a brief bio.
        Please include a $10 entry fee (check made payable to Crab Creek Review) and a SASE.
        Postmark deadline is Nov. 30th, 2010.
        Mail submissions to:
        Crab Creek Review Fiction Contest
        c/o 7315 34th Ave NW
        Seattle, WA 98117
        Winner will receive $150 and publication in Crab Creek Review.
        All contest submissions will be considered for publication.
        Simultaneous submissions are permitted as long as Crab Creek Review is notified immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere.
        Contest Judge: Kathryn Trueblood. Learn more about our judge here: www.kathryntrueblood.com

        For more details about our fiction contest or Crab Creek Review, please visit our website at:
        www.crabcreekreview.org/contest.htm








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      • aejos
        Crab Creek Review Fiction Contest: Sept. 15th - Dec. 31, 2010 http://www.crabcreekreview.org/contest.htm SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Original, previously
        Message 3 of 8 , Nov 7, 2010
          Crab Creek Review Fiction Contest: Sept. 15th - Dec. 31, 2010
          http://www.crabcreekreview.org/contest.htm

          SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

          Original, previously unpublished fiction up to 3,000 words, double spaced.
          Name and contact info must NOT appear on any pages of the fiction piece.
          Please include a cover letter with your name, address, telephone number, email address, and the title of your story with a brief bio.
          Please include a $10 entry fee (check made payable to Crab Creek Review) and a SASE.
          Postmark deadline is Dec. 31, 2010.
          Mail submissions to:
          Crab Creek Review Fiction Contest
          c/o 7315 34th Ave NW
          Seattle, WA 98117
          Winner will receive $150 and publication in Crab Creek Review.
          All contest submissions will be considered for publication.
          Simultaneous submissions are permitted as long as Crab Creek Review is notified immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere.
          Contest Judge: Kathryn Trueblood
          If you are an associate and/or student of the judge, we ask that you not submit.
          Kathryn Trueblood is the author of The Baby Lottery, which was a Book Sense Pick in 2007, and The Sperm Donor's Daughter, which received a Special Mention for the Pushcart Prize in 2000. She has co-edited two anthologies of multicultural literature, The Before Columbus Foundation Fiction Anthology: Selections from the American Book Awards with Ishmael Reed and Shawn Wong, (W.W. Norton, 1992); also Homeground, which won the Jurors' Choice Award at the Seattle's City Arts Festival. Her stories and articles have been published in Poets & Writers Magazine, Rain Taxi Review of Books, Publishers Weekly, The Seattle Weekly, Glimmer Train, and Zyzzyva, among others. She is an Associate Professor of English at Western Washington University.
        • crwropps@aol.com
          Crab Creek Review s Annual Fiction Contest has now begun! SUBMISSION GUIDELINES for the CRAB CREEK REVIEW FICTION PRIZE: Original, previously unpublished
          Message 4 of 8 , Sep 16, 2011
            Crab Creek Review's Annual Fiction Contest has now begun!


            SUBMISSION GUIDELINES for the CRAB CREEK REVIEW FICTION PRIZE:

            Original, previously unpublished fiction up to 3,000 words, double spaced.
            Name and contact info must NOT appear on any pages of the fiction piece.
            Please include a cover letter with your name, address, telephone number, email address, and the title of your story with a brief bio.
            Please include a $10 entry fee (check made payable to Crab Creek Review).
            Check back on our website in January 2012 for contest results.
            Postmark deadline is Dec. 15, 2011
            Mail submissions to:
            Crab Creek Review Fiction Contest
            c/o 7315 34th Ave NW
            Seattle, WA 98117
            Do not send contest submissions via email
            Winner will receive $150 and publication in Crab Creek Review.
            All contest submissions will be considered for publication.
            Simultaneous submissions are permitted as long as Crab Creek Review is notified immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere.
            Contest Judge: TBA

            Crab Creek Review is a 28 year old non-profit literary journal printed in Seattle, Washington.
            More information about Crab Creek Review can be found on our website:www.crabcreekreview.org




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          • AllisonJ
            Crab Creek Review 2011 Fiction Contest Submission Dates: Sept. 15 - Dec. 15 SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Original, previously unpublished fiction up to 3,000 words,
            Message 5 of 8 , Oct 24, 2011
              Crab Creek Review 2011 Fiction Contest
              Submission Dates: Sept. 15 - Dec. 15

              SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
              Original, previously unpublished fiction up to 3,000 words, double spaced
              Name and contact info must NOT appear on any pages of the fiction piece
              Please include a cover letter with your name, address, telephone number, email address, and the title of your story with a brief bio.
              Please include a $10 entry fee (check made payable to Crab Creek Review)
              Check back on our website in January 2012 for contest results
              Postmark deadline is Dec. 15, 2011
              Mail submissions to:
              Crab Creek Review Fiction Contest
              c/o 7315 34th Ave NW
              Seattle, WA 98117
              Do not send contest submissions via email
              Winner will receive $150 and publication in Crab Creek Review
              All contest submissions will be considered for publication
              Simultaneous submissions are permitted as long as Crab Creek Review is notified immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere
              Contest Judge: Kim Barnes (we ask that friends, students, and associates of the judge not to submit to this year's contest)
              Kim Barnes is the author of two memoirs and three novels, most recently In the Kingdom of Men, the story of a young American couple living in 1960s Saudi Arabia (Knopf, May, 2012). A Country Called Home, which received the 2009 PEN Center USA Literary Award in Fiction, was named a best book of 2008 by The Washington Post, Kansas City Star, and The Oregonian. She is the recipient of the PEN/Jerard Fund Award for an emerging woman writer of nonfiction, and her first memoir, In the Wilderness, was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Her work has appeared in a number of journals and anthologies, including the New York Times, MORE Magazine, O Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Fourth Genre, The Georgia Review, Shenandoah, and the Pushcart Prize anthology. Barnes is a professor of English and teaches writing at the University of Idaho. She lives with her husband, the poet Robert Wrigley, on Moscow Mountain.
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