Saturday, May 22, 2010

Two Opportunities

I don't have a manuscript ready, but maybe you do.

The Annual Dream Horse Press Poetry Chapbook Prize
Guidelines & Information for 2010

The postmark deadline for entries to the 2010 Dream Horse Press National Poetry Chapbook Prize is June 30, 2010. To enter, submit 20-28 paginated pages of poetry, in a readable font, table of contents, acknowledgments, bio, email for results (No SASE), and a $15.00 non-refundable fee for each manuscript entered. All manuscripts will be recycled. The winner will receive $500 and 25 copies of a handsomely printed chapbook. The 2009 winner was Jason Bredle for Book of Evil.

Multiple submissions are acceptable. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable, but if your manuscript is accepted for publication elsewhere you must notify Dream Horse Press immediately. Entry fees are non-refundable. Judging will be anonymous; writers' names should not appear anywhere on the manuscript. Please include your name and biographical information in a separate cover letter. Please be sure to include your email address.

C. J. Sage is the judge for the 2010 contest. Close friends, students (former or present), and relatives of the judge or the press owner are NOT eligible for the contest; the judge reads all entries and will immediately alert DHP if a close friend, student, or relative has entered. DHP will then disqualify that entry and return the entry fee.

The Annual Dream Horse Press Poetry Chapbook Prize entries may be sent, following the guidelines above, to:

Dream Horse Press
P. O. Box 2080
Aptos, California 95001-2080

Make checks payable to: Dream Horse Press

Last Man Anthology

The Last Man Anthology is a print publication dedicated to the best of catastrophic literature and poetry. The Last Man Anthology is a tribute to Mary Shelley and her novel, The Last Man. “The last man! Yes, I may well describe that solitary being's feelings, feelings myself as the last relic of a beloved race, my companions extinct before me." Mary Shelley, 1824.

Stories we'd love to see: the last scientist, the last doctor, the last knight, the last dragon, and the last cell phone. Submission e-mail:

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