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Glimmer Train Magazine
In Issue 70, stories by; Stephanie Dickinson; Lauren Groff ... You'll also get a special Last Page Focus by Scott Nadelson: Learning from Old Story. ...
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Writing Guidelines
August: Very Short Fiction Award (Up to 3000 words. ... We're happy to consider stories whether they're submitted as competition entries or standard ...
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Very Short Fiction Award
Writing a very short story requires a degree of fearlessness, ... I have deep respect for the very short story for many reasons, perhaps most profoundly for ...
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Writing Guidelines
Submissions must be original, unpublished fiction. • Please, no novels, poetry, or stories written for children. • Submissions should be made via our site, ...
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Short-Story Award for New Writers
Guidelines for the SHORT STORY AWARD for NEW WRITERS category: ... You can send more than one submission per competition, if you like, or submit the same ...
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Writing Guidelines
If it is chosen for publication in Glimmer Train Stories, you will be paid upon acceptance. ... August: Very Short Fiction Award (Up to 3000 words. ... Competition submissions are also automatically considered for standard publication. ...
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Short-Story Award for New Writers
Guidelines for the SHORT STORY AWARD for NEW WRITERS category: ... You can send more than one submission per competition, if you like, or submit the same ...
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Glimmer Train Press Store
Glimmer Train Press offers a number of awards for literary short fiction each year. The prize money for short stories less than 2000 words, for example, ...
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Writing Guidelines
If it is chosen for publication in Glimmer Train Stories, you will be paid upon acceptance. Your story will be prepared with care, and presented in a ...
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E.B. Johnson has been a carpenter in New Orleans for over twenty years. Recently, she began work on an MFA in fiction writing, and her stories have been ...
 
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