Latest Opportunity: American Literary Review Awards

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Submit for the 2018 American Literary Review Awards. The award goes for three categories: poem, short story, and essay. Read the below guidelines carefully:
  • Three prizes of $1,000 each and publication in the Spring online issue of the American Literary Review will be given for a poem, a short story, and an essay. 
  • Please submit your work using their online Submission Manager. They do not accept submissions via snail mail or email.
  • Contest entries must be submitted between June 1 and October 1
  • There is a $15.00 reading fee. Multiple entries are acceptable, but each entry must be accompanied by a reading fee. Entries without a reading fee will not be read or considered.
  • Please do not put any identifying information in the file itself; include the author’s name, title(s), address, e-mail address, and phone number in the boxes provided on Submittable. 

Genre-Specific Guidelines


  • Short Fiction: One work of fiction per entry ($15), limit 8,000 words per work
  • Creative Nonfiction: One work per entry fee ($15), limit 6,500 words per work.
  • Poetry: Entry fee covers up to three poems (i.e. one to three poems would require an entry fee of $15; four to six poems would be $30, and so on).
Click here to read the work of their previous contest winners.
You can also submit for Short Story Award for New Writers:

Open: September 1
Close: October 31

Please do not pay or release sensitive financial details to any organizer, employer and/or recruiter unless futher verified from your end. ACEworld will not be responsibe for any scam/fraud. Please stay safe!


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