Sequestrum: Editor’s Reprint Award
Deadline: April 30, 2017
In addition to accepting general submissions of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, Sequestrum is now reading submissions for our third annual Editor's Reprint Awards.
- Open to previously-published fiction, nonfiction, and poetry
- Two $200 first-place cash prizes (one fiction/nonfiction, one poetry), plus publication
- Minimum one runner-up per genre will receive publication and a cash prize
- Finalists listed on the site
- Tentative close date of April 30 (see site for details)
- $15 Entry Fee
- Length and subject are open
- Manuscripts reviewed on a rolling basis
- Multiple submissions allowed
- No identifying information should be on your manuscript
- For complete guidelines, visit https://www.sequestrum.org/editors-reprint-award-fiction-and-nonfiction
General Submission guidelines are here: http://www.sequestrum.org/submissions
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