The J.F Powers Prize for Short Fiction seeks to honor examples of excellent short story writing from a Catholic point of view. The prize is sponsored by Dappled Things: A Quarterly of Ideas, Art, and Faith.
Just one submission per author will be accepted.
Please do not send any previously released work.
Simultaneous submissions are welcome, however please withdraw your work instantly if it is accepted in other places.
Please include in your contact info, including email and mailing address, in your cover letter, in addition to a couple of lines with your biographical info as you would like it to appear if published.
The word limit is 8,000 words. Longer submissions will be returned unread.
Using just the online submission system, submit a story of up to 8,000 words.
The deadline for submission is 30th November, 2020
The standards for the contest require “thoroughly crafted narratives with vivid characters who encounter grace in daily settings.”
” one foot in this world and one in the next.”.
The editors of Dappled Things are pleased to announce that submissions for this years J.F. Powers Reward for Short Fiction are now open.
Called after one of the biggest writers of the 20th-century Catholic literary renaissance– often called an authors writer– the contest intends to honor his tradition by awarding stories that, like the priests he wrote about in his fiction, have.
Any imaginative writer who can express words through composing.
No age limitation.
It is an international contest.
No application cost
Who is Eligible for the The J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction.
Dappled Things is a literary magazine dedicated to providing an area for emerging writers to engage the contemporary literary world from a Catholic point of view. Because 2005, Dappled Things has actually advanced the conversation about Catholic literary fiction in modern culture
What are the prizes?
1st place: $500.
Second location: $250.
As much as 8 honorable discusses: publication in the journal and an one-year membership
All the best!
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