Short fiction competition: The Raymond Carver Short Story Contest

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27 April 2015
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imports_WRI_carve-54483_34292.jpg Short fiction competition: The Raymond Carver Short Story Contest
The prestigious international competition is inviting entries of short literary fiction ...
The prestigious international competition is inviting entries of short literary fiction
The annual Raymond Carver Short Story Contest, now in its 15th year, is run by Carve magazine, and named in honour of short story master Raymond Carver. There is a first prize of $1,000, a second prize of $500, a third prize of $250 and two editor's choice prizes of $125.
Entries are accepted from all over the world, and must be previously unpublished literary fiction in English. Entries may be up to 6,000 words.
There is a fee of $17 for online entries ($15 for postal entries).
The closing date is 15 May.


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