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Short Story Writing Contest – Absent Willow Review

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Absent Willow Review has announced their 2nd Annual Writing Contest.

They do charge a $10 entry fee – I imagine they get overwhelmed with submissions if they don’t. But look over your stories and if you find one that’s worth taking someone’s time to read, I’m sure it’s worth the $10 entry fee.

I like this magazine (even though it’s not Canadian). It’s a small press that seems to have more character oriented stories than you get in some places. Potentially a good place for a new writer to get a foot into the publishing world.

They publish science fiction, fantasy, and horror.

The deadline is June 30, 2011.

For details, go to :

First Prize: $150.00

Second Prize: $75.00

Third prize: $25.00

Plus Honorable Mentions

First, Second, Third, and selected Honorable Mention winning stories will be published in future issues of the Absent Willow Review


About cjsand

Writing twisted fiction

6 responses »

  1. Thanks for the kind words about our magazine! Just for the record – we are based in New England (not that we don’t love Canada!).

  2. Ah thanks for the correction…..

    Now why was I convinced you were in Canada?

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