St. Somewhere Annual Literary Contest

St. Somewhere Journal, a premier Caribbean literary ezine,  has launched a new annual contest in June 2010, “to encourage and reward talented writers.”

There will be  three annual prizes to  contributors.  The Editor advises, “This is not a contest in the traditional manner practiced by many literary journals and magazines. There are no special entry guidelines or fees. Winners will be chosen from among the journal’s regularly selected contributors. ”

Award winners will be decided in January of each year and all contributors from the preceeding year will be eligible for selection. The prizes are as follows:

Jack Mandora Prize for Fiction – $75.00 USD

Awarded to a single recipient in recognition of their prose fiction work. May be awarded on the merit of one or more short stories featured in St. Somewhere.

St. Somewhere Prize for Poetry – $50.00 USD

Awarded to a single recipient in recoginition of their poetic work. May be awarded on the merit of one or more poems featured in St. Somewhere.

Caribbean Spirit Award – $25.00 USD

Awarded to a single recipient in recognition of their effective use of Caribbean dialect or nation language, whether in fiction or poetry. May be awarded on the merit of one or more works of poetry and/or fiction featured in St. Somewhere.

All submissions should be sent via email to: editorAT stsomewherejournal.com

Read the SUBMISSIONS Guidelines carefully (opp also here at Seawoman) and Click on the PRIZES link at the top under the masthead.

Contact

Randy Baker
Editor
St. Somewhere Journal

**Seawoman’s 2 cents: I suggest you study past volumes of this Journal at the site to get a feel of the flavour and standard.  Well worth your time!

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