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  • crwropps@aol.com
    The Tallahassee Writers Association offers contests in short story, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, children s chapter book (excerpts), poetry, haiku, and
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 25, 2010
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      The Tallahassee Writers Association offers contests in short story, flash fiction, creative nonfiction, children's chapter book (excerpts), poetry, haiku, and stage plays. Deadline for all entries is Aug. 31, 2010. See
      www.tallahasseewriters.net
      for details on the Seven Hills, Penumbra, and Stagelight contests.




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    • crwropps@aol.com
      Win honor, cash prizes, and publication in the Tallahassee Writers Association Writing contests. The postmark deadline for TWA s poetry, haiku, short story,
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 6, 2010
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        Win honor, cash prizes, and publication in the Tallahassee Writers Association Writing contests.


        The postmark deadline for TWA's poetry, haiku, short story, creative nonfiction, flash fiction, children's chapter book, and playwriting contests is Aug. 31, 2010. Winners will be announced by the end of November.


        See www.tallahasseewriters.net


        for guidelines on contests and to purchase chapbooks. Judges include Adrian Fogelin, Philip Gerard, Pat MacEnulty, Scott Mason, Drew Myron, and Elizabeth Stuckey-French.





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      • aejos
        Seven Hills Literary Contest and Penumbra Poetry and Haiku Contest https://sevenhillsreview.submittable.com/submit The Seven Hills Literary Contest is in its
        Message 3 of 4 , Apr 22, 2015
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          Seven Hills Literary Contest and Penumbra Poetry and Haiku Contest
          https://sevenhillsreview.submittable.com/submit
          The Seven Hills Literary Contest is in its twenty-first year. Penumbra is in its twenty-ninth year. Winners are published in the Seven Hills Review the following year, usually before the end of February. We regularly nominate outstanding pieces for the Pushcart Prize consideration.

          All judging is blind by professional, published authors.
          Seven Hills Literary Contest Rules (Prose entries)
          Deadline: August 31, 2015 (Midnight)
          1. Contest does not accept work previously published or having received awards in other competitions. Notify us immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere.
          2. PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON THE MANUSCRIPTS YOU UPLOAD. Remember to remove your name from headers. Names or identifying information will disqualify your manuscript.
          3. Entries exceeding maximum word counts are disqualified.
          4. Format all manuscripts in 12 point type, Times Roman font with 1 inch margins. Optional header information: Title and (page) of (pages)
          5. The cover letter is not a necessity. If you include one, a two or three sentence biography is suggested.

          • $100 first place winners, $75 second, and $50 third
          • Plus publication in the Seven Hills Review and one complimentary copy

          Contest Categories
          • Short Story: 3,000 word maximum, any genre.
          • Creative Nonfiction: 2,500 word maximum. Submissions in this genre could include (but are not limited to) memoir, food or travel writing, personal essays, new journalism, biography, nonfiction stories, and nature writing. The emphasis in creative nonfiction is on factually true yet elegant literary expression.
          • Children's Picture Books: 1,500 words, no pictures, text only.
          • Young Adult Novel: Submit a 2,500 word (maximum) excerpt of a young adult novel's first pages plus a 100 word (or less) synopsis that is included at  the beginning of the document. The typical Y/A novel is written for ages ranging from sixteen years up to the age of twenty-five and features a teen or young adult protagonist. Please add a 150 word (or less) plot synopsis at  the beginning of the document.
          • Adult Novel Excerpt: Submit a 3,000 word (maximum) excerpt of a an adult novel's first pages. Any genre. Please add a 150 word (or less) plot synopsis at  the beginning of the document.
          • Flash Fiction: 500 word maximum, any genre. 

            If you would like to read the specific criteria judges will use for each prose category, go to: https://twa.wildapricot.org/Seven-Hills-Contest. Do not follow this link to submit your manuscript. Instead, scroll down to the categories below.
           
          Penumbra Poetry Contest
          Deadline: August 31, 2015 (Midnight)
          PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON THE MANUSCRIPTS YOU UPLOAD. Remember to remove your name from headers. Names or identifying information will disqualify your entry.
          All submissions will be the original work of the contestant, unpublished in any form, including electronically, and not  accepted for publication elsewhere.
          There is no limit to the number of entries. All skill levels welcome.
          Up to 50 lines, any style or subject; line length may be edited to fit chapbook publication format.
          Prizes: $100, $75, $50; Winners and honorable mentions, if any, are published in the Seven Hills Review and mailed a complimentary copy.

          Penumbra Poetry Entries:
          1. All submissions will be electronically submitted, through submittable.com, formatted for 8½ x 11 paper, black Times-New Roman font 12-point, single-spaced with no identifying names or marks, including, but not limited to, illustrations and borders. No audio or video will be accepted. No website insertions. One submission per page as a separate attachment.
          2. Each poem will be submitted as a separate attachment. Submission fee: $8 nonmembers, $6 TWA members with paid dues per poem.
          3. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in disqualification.
          4. The cover letter is not a necessity. If you include one, a two or three sentence biography is suggested.
          Judging: Judges are published, recognized poets.
          Haiku Contest
          Deadline: August 31, 2015
           PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON THE MANUSCRIPTS YOU UPLOAD. Remember to remove your name from headers. Names or identifying information disqualify your manuscript.
          All submissions will be the original work of the contestant, unpublished in any form, including electronically, not under consideration or accepted for publication.
          There is no limit to the number of entries. All skill levels welcome.
          3-line haiku need not conform to strict syllable count.
          Prizes: $50, $35, $20.
          Winners and honorable mentions, if any, are published in the Seven Hills Review and mailed a complimentary copy.

          Entries:
          1. All submissions will be electronically submitted, through submittable.com, formatted for 8½ x 11 paper, black Times-New Roman font 12-point, single-spaced with no identifying names or marks, including, but not limited to, illustrations and borders. No audio or video will be accepted. No website insertions. One submission per page as a separate attachment.
          2. Each haiku will be submitted as a separate attachment. Submission fee: $6 nonmembers; $4 TWA members with paid dues per haiku.
          3. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in disqualification.
          Judging: Judges are published, recognized haiku experts.

          Winners of all contests will be notified and posted on the TWA website by December 2015. https://twa.wildapricot.org/

          Book Orders:The Seven Hills Review is available from Amazon.com. The 2016 edition containing 2015 winners will be available in January or February 2016.
        • aejos
          Seven Hills Literary Contest and Penumbra Poetry and Haiku Contest https://sevenhillsreview.submittable.com/submit entry information at:
          Message 4 of 4 , May 28, 2015
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            Seven Hills Literary Contest and Penumbra Poetry and Haiku Contest
            https://sevenhillsreview.submittable.com/submit
            entry information at:
            https://sevenhillsreview.submittable.com/submit
            The Seven Hills Literary Contest is in its twenty-first year. Penumbra is in its twenty-ninth year. Winners are published in the Seven Hills Review the following year, usually before the end of February. We regularly nominate outstanding pieces for the Pushcart Prize consideration.

            All judging is blind by professional, published authors.
            Seven Hills Literary Contest Rules (Prose entries)
            Deadline: August 31, 2015 (Midnight)
            1. Contest does not accept work previously published or having received awards in other competitions. Notify us immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere.
            2. PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON THE MANUSCRIPTS YOU UPLOAD. Remember to remove your name from headers. Names or identifying information will disqualify your manuscript.
            3. Entries exceeding maximum word counts are disqualified.
            4. Format all manuscripts in 12 point type, Times Roman font with 1 inch margins. Optional header information: Title and (page) of (pages)
            5. The cover letter is not a necessity. If you include one, a two or three sentence biography is suggested.

            • $100 first place winners, $75 second, and $50 third
            • Plus publication in the Seven Hills Review and one complimentary copy

            Contest Categories
            • Short Story: 3,000 word maximum, any genre.
            • Creative Nonfiction: 2,500 word maximum. Submissions in this genre could include (but are not limited to) memoir, food or travel writing, personal essays, new journalism, biography, nonfiction stories, and nature writing. The emphasis in creative nonfiction is on factually true yet elegant literary expression.
            • Children's Picture Books: 1,500 words, no pictures, text only.
            • Young Adult Novel: Submit a 2,500 word (maximum) excerpt of a young adult novel's first pages plus a 100 word (or less) synopsis that is included at  the beginning of the document. The typical Y/A novel is written for ages ranging from sixteen years up to the age of twenty-five and features a teen or young adult protagonist. Please add a 150 word (or less) plot synopsis at  the beginning of the document.
            • Adult Novel Excerpt: Submit a 3,000 word (maximum) excerpt of a an adult novel's first pages. Any genre. Please add a 150 word (or less) plot synopsis at  the beginning of the document.
            • Flash Fiction: 500 word maximum, any genre. 

              If you would like to read the specific criteria judges will use for each prose category, go to: https://twa.wildapricot.org/Seven-Hills-Contest. Do not follow this link to submit your manuscript. Instead, scroll down to the categories below.
             
            Penumbra Poetry Contest
            Deadline: August 31, 2015 (Midnight)
            PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON THE MANUSCRIPTS YOU UPLOAD. Remember to remove your name from headers. Names or identifying information will disqualify your entry.
            All submissions will be the original work of the contestant, unpublished in any form, including electronically, and not  accepted for publication elsewhere.
            There is no limit to the number of entries. All skill levels welcome.
            Up to 50 lines, any style or subject; line length may be edited to fit chapbook publication format.
            Prizes: $100, $75, $50; Winners and honorable mentions, if any, are published in the Seven Hills Review and mailed a complimentary copy.

            Penumbra Poetry Entries:
            1. All submissions will be electronically submitted, through submittable.com, formatted for 8½ x 11 paper, black Times-New Roman font 12-point, single-spaced with no identifying names or marks, including, but not limited to, illustrations and borders. No audio or video will be accepted. No website insertions. One submission per page as a separate attachment.
            2. Each poem will be submitted as a separate attachment. Submission fee: $8 nonmembers, $6 TWA members with paid dues per poem.
            3. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in disqualification.
            4. The cover letter is not a necessity. If you include one, a two or three sentence biography is suggested.
            Judging: Judges are published, recognized poets.
            Haiku Contest
            Deadline: August 31, 2015
             PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON THE MANUSCRIPTS YOU UPLOAD. Remember to remove your name from headers. Names or identifying information disqualify your manuscript.
            All submissions will be the original work of the contestant, unpublished in any form, including electronically, not under consideration or accepted for publication.
            There is no limit to the number of entries. All skill levels welcome.
            3-line haiku need not conform to strict syllable count.
            Prizes: $50, $35, $20.
            Winners and honorable mentions, if any, are published in the Seven Hills Review and mailed a complimentary copy.

            Entries:
            1. All submissions will be electronically submitted, through submittable.com, formatted for 8½ x 11 paper, black Times-New Roman font 12-point, single-spaced with no identifying names or marks, including, but not limited to, illustrations and borders. No audio or video will be accepted. No website insertions. One submission per page as a separate attachment.
            2. Each haiku will be submitted as a separate attachment. Submission fee: $6 nonmembers; $4 TWA members with paid dues per haiku.
            3. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in disqualification.
            Judging: Judges are published, recognized haiku experts.

            Winners of all contests will be notified and posted on the TWA website by December 2015. https://twa.wildapricot.org/
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