Columbia Journal Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry Contests

1 November 2009

The Columbia Journal is calling writers in fiction, nonfiction and poetry!

Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art has launched its annual literary contest in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. First-place winners in each genre will win $500, plus publication in the print journal (Spring 2010). The top works in fiction will be judged by Joshua Ferris (Then We Came to the End), in nonfiction by Meghan Daum (My Misspent Youth) and in poetry by Dan Beachy-Quick (Mulberry).

The deadline for entry is January 1, 2010. The entry fee is $12. Contest submissions in fiction and nonfiction must be no longer than twenty double-spaced pages. Poets may send up to five individual poems for consideration, but they must be combined in a single document.

Winners and runners-up may also be considered for publication on the journal’s website.

Please click here for more details, or to enter! We look forward to your submission.

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