November 2, 2015
It’s your turn to shine. Enter your favorite piece of fiction writing in Southern New Hampshire University’s first fall fiction short story competition. Along with the chance to promote your work, you’ll vie for an exciting array of prize packages chosen with the writing life in mind. Entries will be accepted, beginning at 9 am EDT on Monday, November 2, 2015, through 11:59 pm EDT on Monday, November 30, 2015. View prize packages below.
Interested in honing your craft with a degree in creative writing? SNHU offers both bachelor's and a master's degree in creative writing, with concentrations in fiction, non-fiction, screenwriting, and poetry.
Submit your entry for SNHU's fall fiction short story competition through the penmen review. short stories may be on any subject or theme and must be original work. submissions will be judged by a panel of experts on originality, thought process, structure and grammatical correctness. snhu reserves the right to reject any submission that does not adhere to contest guidelines.
Fall fiction short story submissions must be:
In submitting an entry, you are acknowledging that SNHU has the right to publish your fall fiction short story competition entry and use your words, name and likeness in related marketing materials.
The top five submissions will be announced by December 14, 2015, and published on The Penmen Review for public voting. first-, second- and third-place winners will be chosen on the basis of judges’ selection and public vote. Access the complete list of rules and guidelines here.
Questions pertaining to the fall fiction short story competition may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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