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Window Seat Press Seeking Off-beat Tales
of International Bus Travel for Anthology
Looking for off-beat, funny, inspirational or tragic international bus travel
stories of 750 to 4,000 words for a bus travel story anthology. Whether you're
in Kathmandu or Cozumel, The bus is where it all happens. It's where you meet
the people, hear the language and taste the culture for the price of a fare.
Whether you glimpsed fear in the eyes of Rwandan refugees or played poker with
Laotian nuns, we want to read your bus story. Make it funny, serious or
off-beat, but make it true to the experience we've all shared from our seats on
the bus. We pay one $500 editorís choice per book plus $100 and two book copies
for each published story. Multiple story submissions accepted. Publication
summer 2005. To submit, send your story in the body of an email with subject
line "Where Do We Get Off?" to:
email@example.com or send a
self-addressed stamped envelope with each submission to: Where Do We Get Off?,
Window Seat Press, 1519 Connecticut Avenue, NW, #301, Washington, DC 20036. All
submission must include story title along with author's name, address and phone
number. For more information visit
The 2004 Mid-American Review Awards in
Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Poetry
DEADLINE: October 1, 2004
"The entry fee is for each set of three poems, or each
story/essay up to 6,000 words. These contests are for
previously unpublished work only."
PRIZE: each genre: $1000 + Publication
ENTRY FEE: $10
2004 Mona Schreiber Prize for Humorous Fiction and
Writers of comedic essays, articles, short stories, poetry,
shopping lists and other forms are invited to submit.
Works up to 750 words in length should be typed, double-spaced,
accompanied by a money order or check for $5 to cover administrative
costs, payable to "The Mona Schreiber Prize." No limit to entries but
each must have a separate fee. Put contact information on the first page.
No SASEs, please. Include e-mail address for notification of winners.
All entries must be postmarked by December 1 for a December 24 announcement
of three winners: 1st: $500. 2nd: $250. 3rd: $100.
All receive copies of What Are You Laughing At?: How to Write
Funny Screenplays, Stories and More by Brad Schreiber.
Entries are not returned and must be unpublished. Humor is subjective.
Uniqueness is suggested. Weirdness is encouraged.
The Mona Schreiber Prize for Humorous Fiction and Non-Fiction
11362 Homedale Street, Los Angeles, CA 90049.
For more information and to read previous winners:
Postmark Deadline: December 1st, 2004
Call for Submissions: Tarpaulin Sky
Rreading submissions of poetry,
prose, trans-genre work, and reviews for Fall 2004 and Winter
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