Nimrod International Journal’s Literary Awards for Fiction and Poetry
Deadline: April 30, 2018
It's time to enter the 40th annual Nimrod Literary Awards: The Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry and The Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction. The Awards offer first prizes of $2,000 and publication, and second prizes of $1,000 and publication. Winners will also be brought to Tulsa in October for the Awards Ceremony and Conference for Readers and Writers.
Established in 1956, Nimrod is dedicated to the discovery of new voices in literature, and the Nimrod Literary Awards are a special way to recognize talented poets and fiction writers.
- Poetry: 3-10 pages of poetry
- Fiction: 7,500 words maximum (one short story or a self-contained excerpt from a novel)
- Fee Per Entry: $20 payable to Nimrod, includes a one-year subscription (two issues)
No previously published works or works accepted for publication elsewhere. Author's name must not appear on the manuscript. Include a cover sheet containing major title(s), author's name, full address, phone, and email. Entries may be mailed to Nimrod or submitted online. All finalists and semi-finalists will be considered for publication.
For complete rules, visit Nimrod's website.