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Still Time to Submit: NMW Awards


IN KEEPING with tradition, we’re extending our deadline 1 time only in the 20th consecutive NEW MILLENNIUM WRITING AWARDS contest. $3,000 plus publication in New Millennium Writings and at Best Poem—$1,000; Fiction—$1,000; Nonfiction—$1,000. You receive 2006 issue, featuring winners. Guidelines: no restrictions on content or style. Send between now and midnight of July 31 with a $17 check payable to NMW for each story or nonfiction (6,000 words maximum) or a set of 3 poems (5 pages maximum). Multiple and simultaneous submissions welcome. Include name, phone, address, E-mail, and category entered on page one.  SASE for resultsTo:


 Rm. A, P.O.

Box 2463, Knoxville, TN 37901

Deadline: July 31st

New York Stories is seeking short fiction and non-fiction


Stories should have strong characters, fresh voices and distinctive angles of vision.  We are open to the best work we can find from around the world.  The stories do not need to be set in New York, but we do welcome stories that explore the city's diversity.  Stories above 5,000 words have less chance due to space constraints. We publish six to eight an issue.

Non-fiction pieces should focus on life in New York City and be creative in the tradition of Joseph Mitchell. We've published pieces as diverse as a profile of Ludlow Street, a Queens childhood memory and an account of a job in a bagel factory.  At least one appears in each issue.

Competition is intense. We pay for your work on publication at rates competitive with major literary magazines.

The Heat City Review


At the moment, we are only taking submissions via e-mail and all work must be previously unpublished:

Short fiction (limit of one. Five-thousand words or less)
Flash fiction (limit of three. Five-hundred words or less)
Poetry (limit of five poems. Not more than 60-lines each)
Narrative non-fiction/memoir (One. Three-thousand words or less)
Book Reviews (Fifteen-hundred words or less)

All go to this address:
Please include the type of submission in the subject field.



The Soul-Making Literary Competition


Seven categories: Short Story; Short-Short Story/Flash Fiction; Poem;
Prose Poem; Novel Excerpt; Song/Lyric; and  Essay/Creative Nonfiction.
Entry fee $5 per entry.  Cash prizes.
Deadline is November 30, 2006.


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