Creative writing competition: The Raymond Carver Short Story Contest

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03 April 2017
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The contest, one of the most renowned short story prizes in the world, invites international entries

 

The contest, one of the most renowned short story prizes in the world, invites international entries

Now in its 17th year, the Raymond Carver Short Story Contest is for short stories up to 10,000 words. Entries must be literary fiction. Genre fiction is not accepted.

The first prize is $1,500. The second prize is $500, the third prize is $250 and there are two editor's choice prizes of $125. Winning stories are read by three literary agents: Nat Sobel from Sobel-Weber Associates, Erin Harris from Folio Literary Management and Catherine Cho from Curtis Brown UK.

The entry fee is $15 postal, $17 online, per story.

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The closing date to enter the Raymond Carver Short Story Contest is 15 May.

 

 

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