02
May
08

All Story’ Short Fiction Contest

Larry MarksonImage via Wikipedia

The ‘All Story’ Short fiction contest opens July 1st 2008. First Prize of $1,000 is offered with a second prize of $500 and $250 for third. If you would like to see the standard required for entry. Click Here for last years winning entry.

It’s not all about cash though. The winners and honourable mentions will be considered for representation by such esteemed agencies as the William Morris Agency, ICM, Regal Literary, the Elaine Markson Literary Agency, Inkwell Management, Sterling Lord Literistic, and the Georges Borchardt Literary Agency.

For more details see their website or email contests@all-story.com

If you want to submit a story for publication; they get around 12000 submissions a year, so competition is tough. see the submission guide lines HERE

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2 Responses to “All Story’ Short Fiction Contest”


  1. May 2, 2008 at 2:28 pm

    If there’s an entry fee I make a point NEVER to enter such contests. The magazines that do this are preying on gullible writers and make a very pretty penny for a relatively small investment. You’re subsidizing their crappy little magazine because they’re not good enough to attract readers–and you stand about as much chance of winning as you do with a lottery.

    Editors pay writers, NOT the other way around.

  2. 2 lambtonbookworm
    May 2, 2008 at 3:06 pm

    I agree. Nothing worse than these so called writing competitions, run by pamphleteers, whose purpose is to fund the running costs of their “Literary Magazine” and not to discover new writing talent.


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