Monday, March 30, 2009

Postmark it

It's almost here, the deadline for our 2009 Poetry Prize, with final judge Natasha Trethewey. But as long as you've got it postmarked March 31, your entry will be considered. Last week, you got more of the details about the prize, and so you know by now that you can get the full lowdown on our website.

And while we have you on the line, so to speak, we would like you to know that fiction submissions will close April 13. We've developed a little bit of a back log. Even though we keep almost catching up, we want to catch up for real. So go on and send your fiction manuscripts along to us. We do not currently have any plan to close poetry or nonfiction submissions, but, as always, you can refer to our guidelines online for the most current info.

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