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Science Fiction and Suspense at the Kentucky Writers Conference

A collaborative post between Andria Nealis and Tiffany Hughes. The Southern Kentucky Writers Conference and Bookfest is one of the largest annual literary events. It hosts thousands of potential writers each April. This past Bookfest was held Friday and Saturday, April 25 & 26. During this event, there were several writing workshops on Friday, April 25th, where authors that had books available for
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A Reminder and a Correction: Henry Fiction Award

Happy Monday to everyone! We’d like to make a correction regarding our previous post about the Henry Fiction award application date. Entries are due by April 15th, 2014. Now you have even more time to get those stories ready to win a cash prize. Hop to it! If you missed our last post, here is the information again.

Speaking Out for Fantasy

I have the privilege of taking Dr. Bell’s Fantasy Writing course this spring. Although the semester just began, the class is proving to be a fantastic and important part of my education. I feel compelled by my past and my future aspirations as a writer to spend some time discussing the genre of fantasy, or rather what I’ve learned about it so
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Win $200 and Get Your Work Published in The Albion Review! Submission Deadline: November 1st

The Albion Review is an annual undergraduate literary journal based out of Albion College. It has been published nationally since 2004. The Albion Review publishes works of poetry, prose, and art by emerging undergraduate talents. Contributors must currently be enrolled as an undergraduate student at any college or university and must not have already obtained an undergraduate degree. $200 prizes
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Jim Wayne Miller Fiction Contest

Just a reminder, the 16th annual JWM Fiction Contest submissions are due a week from today (09/24). All English majors and minors and/or students enrolled in a creative writing class are eligible to participate. Each student may submit one short story that is no more than 15 pages. Each student may submit one short story, no more than 15 pages.
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