Category: Contests

Sabrina Orah Mark’s Everexpanding Poemstories

Millie Tullis If you haven’t already fallen in love with the work of Sabrina Orah Mark, I scarcely know how to tell you where to start. Everywhere, I know, would hardly be a helpful answer....

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Imagination as Inheritance in Lilly Dancyger’s Memoir Negative Space

 Lena Crown In the dedication to Lilly Dancyger’s debut memoir, Negative Space, out from the Santa Fe Writers Project this May, she writes, “For my father, Joe Schactman. And for everyone living...

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Sabrina Orah Mark Judges 2021 Greg Summer Poetry Contest

Judge: Sabrina Orah Mark Deadline: March 15, 2021, at 11:59 pm Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 50.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $7 Submission Size: 3 to 5 poems per submission, totaling no more...

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Danielle Evans Judges 2021 Fiction Contest

Judge: Danielle Evans Deadline: March 15, 2021, at 11:59 pm Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 50.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $7 Submission Size: 1 piece per submission, follow general submissions...

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Lilly Dancyger Judges 2021 Nonfiction Contest

Judge: Lilly Dancyger Deadline: March 15, 2021, at 11:59 pm Prize: $500 and publication in phoebe 50.2 (online issue) Entry Fee: $7 Submission Size: 1 piece per submission, follow general submissions...

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Oil Painting of a Hand Holding a Taxidermied Bluebird

Gustav Parker Hibbett Greg Grummer Poetry Contest Runner Up, 2020 Center-right: wings invisible, pinned like buttoned fronts of jackets around a rigid waxdrop body; small-clawed feet fixed or glued...

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MACHINE

Jake Bauer Greg Grummer Poetry Contest Winner 2020 I’d been all morningtrying to fix thisdamn thing. I was aimingto finally nail downthe symbolic.The field by the airportwalked right into...

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Manhunt

Kira Homsher Contest Winner Beyond the backyard of my childhood home, through a thicket of trees, across the field and down the street was the white-paneled house where the Hartmann family lived. Two...

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It’s a Phase

Kevin Sterne Contest Winner My nephew takes pictures of dead animals with a disposable camera. My sister said this might be an issue when she asked me to watch him for the weekend.       “It’s...

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Jennifer Sinor Judges 2020 Nonfiction Contest

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...

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