Our friends over at The Puritan are having a good ole fashioned literary contest. There are prizes and pride to be won, so enter your very best poetry and prose. And now, a word from the press release:
The Inaugural Thomas Morton Memorial Prize in Literary Excellence recognizes the single best piece of short fiction and poem submitted to The Puritan. Submissions will be read and judged by the editors of The Puritan in a double-blind judging process.
For fiction, you can enter up to 12 000 words and the poetry submissions can be no longer than 3 pages. The contest costs $10 to enter, and you can find all sorts of other pertinent information over at the The Puritan’s website, here.
Posted on Thursday, May 10th 2012, by Untitled