Philip Booth Poetry Prize
- Enter up to three poems, any length, any style, each starting on a new page. Submit all poems in one document.
- Only previously unpublished work is accepted.
- The Philip Booth prize is judged anonymously: your name and other identifiers (phone number, address, etc.) should NOT appear on any of the poems.
- All submissions will be considered for general publication. If you would like to provide a bio, include it in the comments section when submitting. If you do not want your poems considered for general publication, include this in the comments section.
- There is a $15 submission fee which includes the issue in which the winning poem appears.
- Simultaneous submissions will be accepted as long as you notify us immediately of its acceptance elsewhere – unfortunately, for withdrawals, we cannot issue refunds. Multiple submissions are permitted, each with a paid submission fee.
- Family, colleagues, current and former students of the last two years of the guest judge are ineligible to submit. As are graduates and those affiliated with the Syracuse University Creative Writing Program.
- Submit work at http://salthill.submishmash.com/Submit
If there are questions or a need to retract a poem please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Italo Calvino Prize in Fabulist Fiction
Congratulations to Katie Jean Shinkle for 2011's winning story, "The Show Must Go On"
2011 Judge: Aimee Bender
Salt Hill Journal partners with the University of Louisville for the Italo Calvino Prize in Fabulist Fiction. A prize of $1,000, publication in Salt Hill Journal, and an all-expenses-paid trip to read at the University of Louisville's annual 20th Century Literature Conference is given annually for a work of fabulist fiction written in the vein of Italo Calvino. Second prize is $300. Submit up to 25 pages of a short story, novel, or novella with a $25 entry fee by October 15. Visit the Web site for complete guidelines.
University of Louisville, Department of English, Bingham Humanities 315, Louisville, KY 40292. Paul Griner, Director of Creative Writing.