Jennifer Sinor Nonfiction Judge

Jennifer Sinor Judges 2020 Nonfiction Contest

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Judge: Jennifer Sinor Deadline: March 15, 2020, at 11:59 pm Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 49.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $6 Submission Size: 1 piece per submission, up to 5,000 words Jennifer Sinor is the author of several books, including Letters Like the Day: On Reading Georgia O’Keeffe and the memoir Ordinary Trauma.  Her forthcoming essay collection, Sky Songs: Meditations on Loving…
Belle Boggs Fiction Judge

Belle Boggs Judges 2020 Fiction Contest

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Judge: Belle Boggs Deadline: March 15, 2020, at 11:59 pm Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 49.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $6 Submission Size: 1 piece per submission, up to 5,000 words Belle Boggs is the author of The Gulf: A Novel; The Art of Waiting; and Mattaponi Queen: Stories. The Art of Waiting was a finalist for the PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for…
Thea Brown Poetry Judge

Thea Brown Judges 2020 Greg Grummer Poetry Contest

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Judge: Thea Brown Deadline: March 15, 2020, at 11:59 pm Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 49.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $6 Submission Size: 3 to 5 poems per submission, totaling no more than 10 pages Originally from the Hudson Valley in New York, Thea Brown is the author of the full-length collections Famous Times (Slope Editions, 2019) and Think…
Rachel Arndt

Rachel Arndt Judges 2019 Nonfiction Contest

Judge: Rachel Arndt Deadline: April 2, 2019 at 11:59 pm Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 48.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $9 Submission Size: 1 piece per submission, up to 5,000 words Rachel Z. Arndt is the author of the essay collection Beyond Measure (Sarabande, 2018). She received an MFA in poetry from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and an MFA in nonfiction…
Jon Pineda

Jon Pineda Judges 2019 Fiction Contest

Judge: Jon Pineda Deadline: April 2, 2019 at 11:59 pm Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 48.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $9 Submission Size: 1 piece per submission, up to 5,000 words Poet, memoirist, and novelist Jon Pineda earned his BA from James Madison University and an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. His first collection of poetry, Birthmark (2004), won the…
Jos Charles

Jos Charles Judges 2019 Greg Grummer Poetry Contest

Image Courtesy of Cybele Knowles Judge: Jos Charles Deadline: April 2, 2019 at 11:59 pm Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 48.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $9 Submission Size: 3 to 5 poems per submission, totaling no more than 10 pages. Trans poet, writer, translator, and intertextual artist Jos Charles is the author of the poetry collections Safe…
Shawn Wen

2018 Creative Nonfiction Contest

Judge: Shawn Wen Deadline: March 18, 2018 Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 47.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $9 Submission Size: 1 piece per submission, up to 5,000 words Shawn Wen is a writer, radio producer, and multi-media artist. She is the author of A Twenty Minute Silence Followed By Applause (Sarabande, 2017), and her work…
Karan Mahajan

2018 Fiction Contest

Judge: Karan Mahajan Deadline: March 18, 2018 Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 47.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $9 Submission Size: 1 piece per submission, up to 5,000 words Karan Mahajan is the author of Family Planning, a finalist for the International Dylan Thomas Prize, and The Association of Small Bombs, which was shortlisted for the 2016 National Book Awards, won…
Dorothea Lasky

2018 Greg Grummer Poetry Contest

Judge: Dorothea Lasky Deadline: March 18, 2018 Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 47.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $9 Submission Size: 3 to 5 poems per submission, totaling no more than 10 pages. Dorothea Lasky is the author of five books of poetry, the forthcoming Milk (Wave Books, 2018), as well as ROME (W.W. Norton/Liveright, 2014) and…

Adam Tavel

Issue 40.1 Winter 2011 Former contributor Adam Tavel recently published a collection of poetry, “The Fawn Abyss,” published by Salmon Poetry. His poem, “In Your Hunger Dream” appeared in phoebe 40.1, 2011 and is included in the collection.    Buy his book here. Connect with Adam on his website.