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  • crwropps@aol.com
    2008 Wabash Prize for Fiction Final Judge: Richard Bausch http://sycamorereview.com/contest/ First Prize: $1000 and winning entry published in Summer/Fall 2008
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 15, 2008
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      2008 Wabash Prize for Fiction
      Final Judge: Richard Bausch
      http://sycamorereview.com/contest/

      First Prize: $1000 and winning entry published in Summer/Fall 2008 issue
      Entries of honorable mention also published in Summer/Fall 2008 issue

      Complete Guidelines for Contest Submissions
      Deadline: Entries must be received by March 15, 2008. This is NOT a postmark
      deadline. Entries received after March 15, 2008 will be returned unread.

      1. Submit one story or collection of related short shorts per standard entry.
      Please do not send excerpts or chapters of novels. Entries may be no more
      than 10,000 words.

      2. A $10 reading fee payable to Sycamore Review must accompany each entry. Do
      not send cash. When sending more than one entry, additional reading fees must
      also be included.

      3. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable only if Sycamore Review is
      notified immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.

      4. All entries must be typed and must include a cover letter with author's
      name and contact information (address, telephone, and email address) as well as
      the titles and word counts of all entries submitted. The author’s name may not
      be on the manuscript itself.

      5. Manuscript pages should be numbered and should include the title of the
      piece. Work should be double spaced.

      6. Please include a self-addressed, stamped postcard if you wish to be
      notified upon receipt of your manuscript.

      7. Manuscripts will not be returned. Winners will be announced by May 1,
      2008. For information on winners and runners-up, please include a self-addressed,
      stamped envelope with entry.

      8. All contest submissions will be considered for regular inclusion in the
      Sycamore Review.

      9. Questions may be directed to Mehdi Okasi, Editor-in-Chief, at sycamore
      @....

      Send 2008 Wabash Prize for Fiction submissions and reading fee to:

      2008 Wabash Prize for Fiction
      Sycamore Review
      Department of English
      500 Oval Drive
      Purdue University
      West Lafayette, IN 47907




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    • crwropps@aol.com
      2009 Wabash Prize for Fiction http://sycamorereview.com/contest/ Final Judge: Tobias Wolff   First Prize: $1000 and winning entry published in Summer/Fall
      Message 2 of 5 , Jan 20, 2009
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        2009 Wabash Prize for Fiction

        http://sycamorereview.com/contest/


        Final Judge: Tobias Wolff

         

        First Prize: $1000 and winning entry published in Summer/Fall 2009 issue
        Entries of honorable mention also published in Summer/Fall 2009 issue

        Complete Guidelines for Contest Submissions

        Deadline: Entries must be received by March 19, 2009. This is NOT a postmark deadline. Entries received after March 19, 2009 will be returned unread.

        1. Submit one piece of fiction (or a series of related short-shorts) totaling no more than 10,000 words.   

        2. A $10 reading fee payable to Sycamore Review must accompany each entry. Do not send cash. When sending more than one entry, additional reading fees must also be included ($10 per additional story).

        3. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable only if Sycamore Review is notified immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.

        4. All entries must be typed and must include a cover letter with author's name and contact information (address, telephone, and email address) as well as the titles and word counts of all entries submitted. The author’s name or any identifying information should not appear on the manuscript itself.

        5.  Stories should be unpublished.  We do not accept previously published work.

        6. Manuscript pages should be numbered and should include the title of the piece. 

        7. Please include a self-addressed, stamped postcard if you wish to be notified upon receipt of your manuscript.

        8. Manuscripts will not be returned. Winners will be a
        nnounced by May 1, 2009. For information on winners and runners-up, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with entry.

        9. All contest submissions will be considered for regular inclusion in the Sycamore Review.

        10. Questions may be directed to Mehdi Okasi, Editor-in-Chief, at sycamore(at)purdue.edu (replace (at) with @).

        Send 2009 Wabash Prize for Fiction submissions and reading fee to:

        2009 Wabash Prize for Fiction 
        Sycamore Review 
        Department of English 
        500 Oval Drive 
        Purdue University 
        West Lafayette , IN 47907


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      • crwropps@aol.com
        2009 Wabash Prize for Fiction http://sycamorereview.com/contest/ Final Judge: Tobias Wolff First Prize: $1000 and winning entry published in Summer/Fall 2009
        Message 3 of 5 , Feb 10, 2009
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          2009 Wabash Prize for Fiction

          http://sycamorereview.com/contest/


          Final Judge: Tobias Wolff






          First Prize: $1000 and winning entry published in Summer/Fall 2009 issue
          Entries of honorable mention also published in Summer/Fall 2009 issue

          Complete Guidelines for Contest Submissions

          Deadline: Entries must be received by March 19, 2009. This is NOT a postmark deadline. Entries received after March 19, 2009 will be returned unread.

          1. Submit one piece of fiction (or a series of related short-shorts) totaling no more than 10,000 words.   

          2. A $10 reading fee payable to Sycamore Review must accompany each entry. Do not send cash. When sending more than one entry, additional reading fees must also be included ($10 per additional story).

          3. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable only if Sycamore Review is notified immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.

          4. All entries must be typed and must include a cover letter with author's name and contact information (address, telephone, and email address) as well as the titles and word counts of all entries submitted. The author’s name or any identifying information should not appear on the manuscript itself.

          5.  Stories should be unpublished.  We do not accept previously published work.

          6. Manuscript pages should be numbered and should include the title of the piece. 

          7. Please include a self-addressed, stamped postcard if you wish to be notified upon receipt of your manuscript.

          8. Manuscripts will not be returned. Winners will be20announced by May 1, 2009. For information on winners and runners-up, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with entry.

          9. All contest submissions will be considered for regular inclusion in the Sycamore Review.

          10. Questions may be directed to Mehdi Okasi, Editor-in-Chief, at sycamore@....

          Send 2009 Wabash Prize for Fiction submissions and reading fee to:


          2009 Wabash Prize for Fiction 


          Sycamore Review 


          Department of English 


          500 Oval Drive 


          Purdue University 


          West Lafayette , IN 47907



           

           




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        • aejos
          2010 WABASH PRIZE FOR FICTION Final Judge: Peter Ho Davies First Prize: $1000 and winning entry published in Summer/Fall 2010 issue Entries of honorable
          Message 4 of 5 , Feb 15, 2010
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            2010 WABASH PRIZE FOR FICTION
            Final Judge: Peter Ho Davies

            First Prize: $1000 and winning entry published in Summer/Fall 2010 issue
            Entries of honorable mention also published in Summer/Fall 2010 issue

            GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSIONS

            Deadline: March 1, 2010.

            1. Submit one piece of fiction (or a series of related short-shorts) totaling no more than 10,000 words.

            2. A $15 reading fee payable to Sycamore Review must accompany each story or series of short-shorts. Do not send cash. Sending more than one story is acceptable as long as a reading fee of $15 is included for each story. The reading fee includes a copy of the prize issue.

            3. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable only if Sycamore Review is notified immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.

            4. All entries must be typed and must include a cover letter with the author's name and contact information (mailing address, telephone number, and email address) as well as the titles and word counts of all entries submitted. The author's name or any identifying information should NOT appear on the manuscript itself.

            5. Manuscript pages should be numbered and should include the title of the piece.

            6. Please include a self-addressed, stamped postcard if you wish to be notified upon receipt of your manuscript.

            7. Manuscripts will not be returned. Winners will be announced by April 30, 2010. For information on winners and runners-up, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with entry.

            8. All contest submissions will be considered for regular inclusion in Sycamore Review.

            9. All stories must be previously unpublished.

            10. Questions may be directed to Anthony Cook, Editor-in-Chief, at <sycamore(at)purdue.edu>. (replace (at) with @)

            Send 2010 Wabash Prize for Fiction submissions and reading fee to:

            2010 Wabash Prize for Fiction
            Sycamore Review
            Department of English
            500 Oval Drive
            Purdue University
            West Lafayette , IN 47907
          • crwropps@aol.com
            WABASH PRIZE IN FICTION: Sycamore Review Deadline: March 1, 2011 Judge: Antonya Nelson, author of 10 award-winning books of fiction, and the recipient of the
            Message 5 of 5 , Feb 22, 2011
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              WABASH PRIZE IN FICTION: Sycamore Review

              Deadline: March 1, 2011
              Judge: Antonya Nelson, author of 10 award-winning books of fiction, and
              the recipient of the Rea Award for Short Fiction, an NEA Grant, and a
              Guggenheim Fellowship.
              Prize: $1,000 and publication in the Summer/Fall 2011 issue of Sycamore
              Review

              1. Submit one story or collection of related short shorts per standard
              entry. Please do not send excerpts or chapters of novels. Entries may
              be no more than 10,000 words.
              2. A $15 reading fee (check or money order) payable to Sycamore Review
              must accompany each entry. The reading fee includes a copy of the prize
              issue. You may send more than one story, but each additional story must
              be accompanied by an additional $15 reading fee.
              3. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable only if Sycamore Review is
              notified immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.
              4. All entries must be typed and must include a cover letter with the
              author’s name and contact information (mailing address, telephone
              number, and email address) as well as the titles and word counts of all
              stories submitted. Information that identifies the author should NOT
              appear on the manuscript itself.
              5. Manuscript pages should be numbered and should include the title of
              the piece. Manuscript pages should be double spaced.
              6. Please include a self-addressed, stamped postcard if you wish to be
              notified upon receipt of your manuscript.
              7. Manuscripts will not be returned. The winner will be announced by
              June 1, 2011 on Sycamore’s website.
              8. All contest submissions will be considered for regular inclusion in
              Sycamore Review.
              9. All entries must be previously unpublished.
              10. Questions may be directed to <sycamore(at)purdue.edu>. (replace
              (at) with @ in sending e-mail)

              Send 2011 Wabash Prize for Fiction submissions and reading fee to:
              2011 Wabash Prize for Fiction
              Sycamore Review
              Department of English
              500 Oval Drive
              Purdue University
              West Lafayette , IN 47907
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