Contest: Juked Fiction and Poetry (Deadline - Aug. 1)

The 2008 Juked Fiction and Poetry Prizes

Winner in each genre receives $500 and publication in our upcoming print
issue, Juked #6.

Final Judges: Mark Winegardner (fiction) and Angela Ball (poetry)

Submission Deadline: August 1st, 2008

Entry Fee: $10

Fiction: one story per entry, no length requirement

Poetry: up to five poems (no more than ten pages total) per entry

Send all submissions to:
110 Westridge Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32304

Complete guidelines at: http://www.juked.com/prize/

About our judges:

Mark Winegardner was born and raised in Bryan, Ohio. His books, which
include The Godfather’s Revenge, The Godfather Returns, Crooked River
Burning, That’s True of Everybody, and The Veracruz Blues, have been
translated into more than twenty languages and sold almost two million
copies worldwide. They have appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List
and in best-of-the-year lists by The New York Times Book Review, the New
York Public Library, The American Library Association, Entertainment Weekly,
USA Today, The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, The Los Angeles Times and The
Chicago Sun-Times. In 2004, Cleveland Magazine named Crooked River Burning
the best book ever written about Cleveland. His work has appeared in such
magazines as Doubletake, GQ, Men's Journal, The New York Times Magazine, The
Oxford American, Playboy, Ploughshares, Story Quarterly, and TriQuarterly.
He is the Burroway Professor of English and Director of the Creative Writing
Program at Florida State University.

Angela Ball is a prize-winning poet and author of numerous books, including
Quartet, The Museum of the Revolution: 58 Exhibits, Kneeling Between Parked
Cars, and Possession. Her most recent book, Night Clerk at the Hotel of
Both Worlds (University of Pittsburg Press, 2007), was winner of the 2006
Donald Hall Prize in Poetry, awarded by the Association of Writers and
Writing Programs. Her poetry has appeared in such publications as The New
Yorker, Partisan Review, New Republic, Field, Denver Quarterly, Colorado
Review, Chelsea, Ploughshares, Boulevard, Poetry, and Grand Street. Her
work was included in Best American Poetry 2001, and she has represented the
U.S. at the Poetry International Festival, Rotterdam, and the Colombian
International Poetry Festival, Bogotá. She has received grants from the
Mississippi Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts. She is
a mainstay on the faculty at the Center for Writers at the University of
Southern Mississippi.

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