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    SOUTH CAROLINA ACADEMY OF AUTHORS http://scacademyofauthors.org/2013FictionFlyer_Robison.pdf The SCAA announces its 2nd annual $1000 fellowship in fiction!
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 16, 2012
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      SOUTH CAROLINA ACADEMY OF AUTHORS
      http://scacademyofauthors.org/2013FictionFlyer_Robison.pdf

      The SCAA announces its 2nd annual $1000 fellowship in fiction!
      Entries may be previously unpublished short stories or excerpts from unpublished longer works.
      Limit 15 pages per submission, one submission per author. There are no restric􀆟ons on content,
      but applicants must be full‐􀆟me South Carolina residents; SCAA board members are ineligible.
      Winner will be invited to SCAA induc􀆟on ceremony in April, 2013.
      Submissions must be typed on 8.5 x 11 paper. Author's name must not
      appear on manuscript. Send two hard copies of story/chapter with
      separate cover sheet specifying author's name, contact information and
      submission title, plus $15 submission fee payable to SCAA.
      DEADLINE: Entries postmarked no later than December 1, 2012
      $1000
      FICTION
      FELLOWSHIP
      Send submissions and $15
      application fee payable to
      SCAA to:
      Jon Tuttle
      Department of English
      Francis Marion University
      PO Box 100547
      Florence SC 29502
      Questions?
      <Jtuttle(at)fmarion.edu> (replace (at) with @)

      The stories of Mary Robison, this year's judge,
      have been published in The New Yorker, The
      Paris Review, Esquire, GQ, Harvard Magazine,
      and complied in four collections. Her novel Why
      Did I Ever won the Los Angeles Times Book prize
      for Fiction, and One D.O.A., One on the Way
      was chosen by The New York Times Book Review
      as one of the "100 Most Notable Books of
      the Year" and by Oprah Winfrey for her Summer
      Reading list in 2009. Robison has worked also as a screenwriter and
      script doctor for various film makers and teaches now at the University
      of Florida.
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