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    The 2012 Open City Magazine No-Fee RRofihe Trophy Short Story Contest @ Anderbo http://www.anderbo.com/anderbo1/no-fee-rrofihe-trophy2012.html 2012 RRofihe
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      The 2012 Open City Magazine No-Fee RRofihe Trophy Short Story Contest @
      Anderbo
      http://www.anderbo.com/anderbo1/no-fee-rrofihe-trophy2012.html

      2012 RRofihe Trophy
      (9th Year!)

      For an unpublished short story
      (Minimum word count: 3,500; maximum to 5,000 words)

      Winner Receives:
      $500 cash
      Trophy
      Announcement & Publication on anderbo.com

      Judged by Rick Rofihe
      2012 Contest Assistant: Carolyn Wilsey
      Carolyn Wilsey has read fiction for Esquire and Swink,
      and is the Managing Editor of Anderbo

      Guidelines:
      –Stories should be typed, double-spaced, with the author's name,
      the story's title, and contact information on the first page
      –Submissions must be received by December 31st, 2012
      –Limit one submission per author
      –Author must not have been previously published in Open City
      Magazine or on Anderbo
      –E-mail submissions to
      <editors(at)anderbo.com> (replace (at) with @)


      editors@... with RROFIHE TROPHY in
      the subject line
      –YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR STORY-MANUSCRIPT
      ENTRY WITHIN THE BODY OF THEE-MAIL—NO
      ATTACHMENTS!
      –THERE IS NO READING FEE and all literary rights will remain with
      the author

      Contest Judge Rick Rofihe is the author of FATHER MUST, a collection of
      short stories published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux. His fiction has
      appeared in The New Yorker, Grand Street, Open City, Swink, Unsaid, and
      on epiphanyzine, slushpilemag, and fictionaut. His nonfiction has
      appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice, SPY, and The East
      Hampton Star, and on mrbellersneighborhood. A recipient of the Whiting
      Writers' Award, he has taught MFA writing at Columbia University. He
      currently teaches privately in New York City, and was an advisor to the
      Vilcek Foundation for their 2011 prizes in the field of literature. Rick
      is the Editor of Anderbo.



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