The pride our students share is unbelievable when it comes to their writing.
View our past contest winners here. If you are submitting via Submittable remember you do not need a second title page! This will go with your manuscript to the judge. This will stay with our staff.
A cover letter is not necessary. Manuscripts must be typed and paginated, 50 to 80 pages in length single spaced. Single or double-sided manuscripts are acceptable. Translations and self-published books are not eligible.
The manuscript must be the product of only one author. No illustrations, photographs or images should be included. Send only one copy of your manuscript submission.
Use only binder clips or rubber bands. No staples, folders, or printer-bound copies. Manuscripts cannot be returned. Please do not send your only copy. Enclose a check or money order payable to Bauhan Publishing.
For acknowledgment of the receipt of your manuscript, include a stamped addressed postcard. Manuscripts must be postmarked on or before June Bauhan Publishing reserves the right to cancel the contest for any reason.
In that unlikely event, all entry fees will be returned to contestants.Thanks to all our entrants, our seventh year of the May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize is now underway!
View our past contest winners here.. The winner receives $, book publication, and copies of the published book, as well as distribution with our other titles through our partner UPNE (University Press of New England).
The May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize is now open . We received many excellent essays and, as always, appreciate the chance to read interesting work exploring the medical humanities.
Many other excellent articles have been added to the Food section of Hektoen International thanks to our contest participants, and we encourage our readers to explore them, along with our winners.
Second Prize, Literal Latte Essay Award. The sense of dread begins to build even before I punch in the code on the metal entry box.
The gate scrapes open and I pass through, driving down the catacomb of storage lockers with their corrugated metal doors. The Writers @ Work Annual Writing Competition is a great opportunity for emerging writers to have their work vetted by a talented panel of judges, well-known in their respective fields.
Submissions are accepted in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Writers @ Work is an independent nationally known writers organization that has been successful for over 30 years, bringing hundreds of nationally known writers to Utah to serve as faculty at [email protected] conferences and hosting hundreds of participants, many of whom are now published writers.
The Monadnock Essay Collection Prize winner She Lived, And the Other Girls Died Kirsti Sandy. Judge Andrew Merton writes: “She Lived, and the Other Girls Died: Essays, is a compelling coming-of-age memoir that opens in the blue-collar city of Lowell, Massachusetts, in , when the six-year-old protagonist, shuffled among various caretakers, first hears the word “Watergate.”.