From: The Antigonish Review <email@example.com>
Subject: Poetry/Fiction Contest reminder
The Antigonish Review Announces Two Writing Contests —
9th Annual GREAT BLUE HERON POETRY CONTEST
5th Annual SHELDON CURRIE FICTION PRIZE
$2,400 in Prizes!
Deadlines : Fiction entries must be postmarked by May 31, 2010
Poetry must be postmarked by June 30, 2010
Guidelines : Previously published works, works accepted for publication or simultaneous submissions are ineligible. No electronic submissions, please. Fiction entries must be t yped, double-spaced, one side of page only – poetry must be single-spaced. Please include a separate cover sheet containing your identifying information as well as the titles of all entries. Your name must appear ONLY on the cover page.
Sheldon Currie Fiction Prize : Stories on any subject. Total entry not to exceed 20 pages.
First prize: $600 & publication; Second prize: $400 & publication; Third prize : $200 & publication
Great Blue Heron Poetry Contest : Poems on any subject. Total entry not to exceed 4 pages. Maximum 150 lines. Entries might be one longer poem, or several shorter poems.
First prize: $600 & publication; Second prize : $400 & publication; Third prize: $200 & publication
Entry Fee : Canada $25.00; the United States $30.00 (US funds); All others $40.00 (US funds) for either contest. Bonus: You may enter both contests for an additional $10.00. You may enter as often as you like; only your first entry in each category will be eligible for a subscription which will begin with the fall issue, 2010. Make cheques or money orders payable to The Antigonish Review.
Mail submissions to: The Antigonish Review Contest, Box 5000, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada, B2G 2W5. For further information, email TAR@stfx.ca , Phone 902-867-3962 or visit our website at <www.antigonishreview.com>.
ENTRIES WILL NOT BE RETURNED; only winners will be notified by September 1, 2010 . List of winners will be available at our web site: www.antigonishreview.com.
We acknowledge the support of: St. Francis Xavier University; The Canada Council, The Department of Tourism, Culture & Heritage; and the Publications Assistance Program and the Canada Magazine Fund of the Government of Canada.