- Editors' Prize
Jabberwock Review is pleased to announce the publication of our Summer 2013 issue (34.1).
Congratulations to William Huhn, whose essay "I Know You Rider" (Summer 2011, vol. 32.1) has been selected as a "Notable Essay" in Best American Essays 2012.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Nancy D. Hargrove Editors' Prize for Fiction and Poetry.
Winner: David Armstrong, "Bethesda"
Finalists: Laurie Doyle, "Bigger Than Life"; Debka Colson, "My Remarkable Journey
Winner: Kara Krewer, "Cursive," "Memory, While Driving," and "Epistemologies"
Finalists: Carolyn Moore, "Written on Company Time at the Stationery Plant"; Jed Myers, "Taking Time"
Congratulations to our winners and finalists!
Congratulations to our 2013 Pushcart Prize nominees!
David Armstrong for his story “Bethesda” (Summer 2013)
Laurie Barton for her poem “All We Want from a Minor Fame” (Winter 2013)
Jared Harel for his poem “To Swim in a Lake in Which Someone Has Drowned” (Winter 2013)
Kara Krewer for her poem “Memory, While Driving” (Summer 2013)
Steve Trumpeter for his story “Looper” (Winter 2013)
Deborah Thompson for her essay “The Buddha’s Hunger” (Winter 2013
Jabberwock Review is a literary journal published semi-annually by students and faculty of Mississippi State University. The journal consists of art, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction from around the world. Funding is provided by the Office of the Provost, the College of Arts & Sciences, the Shackouls Honors College, the Department of English, fundraisers, and subscriptions.
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Lisa Fulgham Scheibner, Associate Editor
THE NANCY D. HARGROVE EDITORS’ PRIZE FOR FICTION AND POETRY
DEADLINE: March 15, 2014
- Winner receives $500 and publication in Jabberwock Review.
- All finalists are considered for publication.
- All entrants receive a one-year (two-issue) subscription beginning with the prize-winning issue.
- Each fiction entry should consist of a single short story of any length. (Novel excerpts may be submitted if they are self-contained.)
- Each poetry entry should consist of 1-3 poems. The winning entry may be for a single poem or group of poems.
- Entry Fee: $15, which includes a one-year (two-issue) subscription to Jabberwock Review. (If you enter more than once, you may either extend your subscription or give the additional subscriptions as gifts.)
HOW TO ENTER
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All manuscripts uploaded by 11:59 p.m. on March 15 will be considered.
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• Current students or staff of Mississippi State University are ineligible for the Editors’ Prize.
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