Since its debut in 1948, The Hudson Review has represented a serious platform for the work of emerging writers and for the pursuit of new progressions in literature and the arts. The journal has a notable history of publishing obscure or unknown writers, many of whom have emerged as important literary figures. Each issue consists of a variety of content including: poetry, fiction, essays on literary and cultural subjects.
The Hudson Review, a quarterly literary journal of culture and arts, is sponsoring a short story competition to curate stories for a special fiction issue. The journal does not concentrate on publishing any specific “type” of writing; the editors’ main requirement is literary excellence.
First prize is $500, second and third are $250 each.
10,000 words and under.
Submissions accepted between 6/1/15 and 9/1/15.
No submission fee.
Please submit hard copies to:
The Hudson Review
33 W. 67th St.
New York, NY 10023
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