Prizes Fiction, Non-fiction & Poetry
Winner in each category receives $100 and publication in Glass Mountain. Other submissions may be considered for publication in Glass Mountain.
All Submissions will be judged blindly by the 2014 Boldface Faculty
– Contestants must have participated in Boldface 2014
– Submission must be a revised piece of writing that was workshopped at the boldface conference
-You must clearly mark your submission as fiction, non-fiction or poetry
– Submissions must be received by August 1, 2014
Glass Mountain is very pleased to announce its second annual Prose and Poetry Contest for Emerging Writers, to be judged this year by Antonya Nelson and Tony Hoagland. Winners in each category will receive a $250 cash prize, publication, and free registration to the 2014 Boldface conference.
The contest deadline has been extended to midnight on January 7, 2014. Submit up to 20 pages of fiction or ten poems to glassmountain.submittable.com/submit!
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Attention Boldface 2013 writers:
The Robertson Prize is a contest open only to attendees of the Boldface Conference. Please submit a revised story, poem(s), or piece of creative nonfiction. We offer a $100 prize for Poetry and Prose, and all submissions will be considered for publication in Glass Mountain.
The deadline to submit for the Robertson Prize is September 1st! Follow the link for more details. Remember, Boldface 2013 participants only. We look forward to reading your work. Good Luck!
The fall brings many things: crisp air, sneezing, new presidents and turkey. It also ushers in new ideas, which is just what we want for our upcoming Fall issue of the journal.
In case you haven’t noticed the nifty new tab above labeled Submit & Contest, it’s that time of the year again. We’ve grown a little restless here at Glass Mountain, so we need some kind of pick-me-up. That’s where you come in. So, to kick off this fall season, Glass Mountain would like to announce its open call for submissions. From now until Thursday, November 22, the journal will be accepting submissions in fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, as well as artwork. We accept submissions in all standard formats. Those interested in submitting their work can do so using Submittable: glassmountain.submittable.com.
And if that’s not enough motivation, Glass Mountain will be sponsoring its First Annual Prose and Poetry Contest. The concept is fairly straightforward: submit your work by Tuesday, December 25, and if your entry is selected, you receive 250 big ones (American dolla, dollas). To enter the contest, just follow these easy steps:
1) Take some time to look into the mirror and ask yourself this question: Am I an undergraduate student? If you answer Yes, proceed to step 2.
2) Submit a work of prose (4,000 word limit) or 10 pages of poetry, along with a $5 entry fee.
3) Take a deep breath, cross your fingers, and don’t stress over that syntax error in your cover letter.
To those who take us up on these offers, we wish you the very best of luck.
It’s that time of year again. You’re in your workshops and plying your craft, and we want to see what you’ve got! Glass Mountain is looking for submissions for our Fall issue, so click that button up top or this one right here and submit to the journal. We’re looking for any and all of your art, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, essays and more!
Remember, submissions are rolling, but if you want to be considered for publication in the fall issue, please submit by November 15th!