Creative nonfiction essay submissions

Blue Earth Review Submission Manager Blue Earth Review publishes fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry. We try to publish the very best submissions we receive. Please include a brief author bio. with your writing.Simultaneous submissions are accepted. We ask that writers notify us immediately if the work is accepted elsewhere.We consider only previously unpublished work. Colorado Review Submission Manager - NONFICTION

WOW! Q2 2019 Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest Winners WOW! Women On Writing announces the winners of the Q2 2019 Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest. First Place: Ashley Memory; Second Place: Jackie Pick; Third Place: Kristina Neihouse; Runners Up: Angela Dawson, Mark Fiore, Kristi Scorcio… Nonfiction Archives - The Writer Seeking creative nonfiction essays on any topic (200 – 1000 words) and in any style–from personal essay to lyric essay to hybrid and more! Paid Essay Submissions 19 Websites and Magazines That Want to…

ENGL. 4154: Advanced Creative Nonfiction Workshop Summer 2017 Sonja Livingston & Kaethe Schwehn, Instructors Creative nonfiction focuses on writing real world experiences with personality and style. In this workshop, you'll write creative nonfiction and respond critically to the work of others. Focus is

Submit - Coffin Bell We do not offer feedback on declined submissions. CREATIVE NONFICTION / ESSAY / SHORT WORKS OF CRITICISM: We are looking for creative nonfiction, essays, and short works of criticism that deal with one or more "dark" elements. This is a new category as of October 1, 2018. HWA Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest | Duotrope Duotrope's listing for HWA Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest. See what they're looking for in submissions and get statistics on acceptance rates, response times, and more. The HWA competition is dedicated to supporting the efforts and talent of writers of historical nonfiction. Creative Nonfiction - The Southeast Review Submission Manager General submission guidelines follow; further instructions pertinent to each genre can be found by following the links below. SER is currently accepting fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. We try to respond to submissions within 2-4 months, but due to our production schedule a response may take up to 6 months.

The Creative Nonfiction Foundation pursues educational and publishing initiatives in the genre of literary nonfiction. Its objectives are to provide a venue, through the magazine Creative Nonfiction, as well as through the In Fact Books…

In a flash essay, the moment and the meaning must be distilled to their purest essence. Through a series of writing exercises, students will generate a list of potential essay ideas and identify key details and imagery to help them dig into… WOW! Q1 2018 Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest Winners WOW! Women On Writing announces the winners of the Q1 2018 Creative Nonfiction Essay Contest with guest judges Chelsey Clammer, Melissa Grunow, Naomi Kimbell, Sarah Weaver, and Melanie Faith!

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Barnhill Prize Submission Guidelines – Longridge Review The Anne C. Barnhill Prize for Creative Nonfiction "Though the surroundings were lovely, there was an underside to all that beauty."Anne Barnhill Submissions open June 1 and close July 31, 2019. The Barnhill Prize honors Anne’s generous spirit of support for all who love to read and write; her lifelong empathy with those who mine their childhood… Creative Nonfiction Submission Manager

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The Citron Review Submission Manager - Creative Nonfiction Submissions should be no more than one thousand (1,000) words. All types of creative nonfiction (memoir, essays, etc.) are acceptable. You may submit up to two (2) creative nonfiction selections per quarter. If submitting multiple selections at once, please attach each selection as a separate document. What Is Creative Nonfiction? - ThoughtCo