Posted by: Kathy Temean | November 13, 2017

Book Winners and Opportunity: Sand Hills Literary Magazine

CONGRATULATIONS!

Aleen Fuelling won PIZZA DAY by Melissa Iwai

Chrissa Pedersen won BUNNY BUS by Ammi-Joan Paquette

Harry Caulfield won READ THIS BOOK, LEMMINGS by Ame Dyckman

Carol Federlin Baldwin won FAMOUSLY PHOEBE by Lori Alexander

Leslie Zempettis won WRITING IT RIGHT! By Sandy Asher

PLEASE SEND ME YOUR ADDRESSES – THANKS!

Sand Hills is now accepting work from all artists and writers in the U.S. Our first national publication will debut in Spring 2018.

Sand Hills, Augusta University’s premiere little magazine, has been committed to publishing the highest quality of creative writing and visual art since 1973. Formerly a student-only publication, Sand Hills has featured work by award-winning authors and alumnae Louise Shivers and Judith Ortiz Cofer. More recently, our contributors have also published in The Oxford American, Seventeen, and Playboy. Named for a 19th century rural Augusta suburb, where the Summerville campus of Augusta University now stands, Sand Hills has a tradition of honoring and preserving history and place through art, as well as to breaking new ground. As Blaney Prigden wrote in his preface to the first issue, “our title [. . .] alludes to a place of transition between related areas.”

General Guidelines: We seek to publish the best drama, poetry, prose (creative nonfiction and fiction), and visual art created by U.S. residents. We also have an ongoing interest in and commitment to publishing work by Augusta University students.

While we do accept simultaneous submissions, we do not accept previously published work (including self-published material in print or online) at this time. If your work is accepted elsewhere, please withdraw your work from Sand Hills as soon as possible.

Genre-specific submission guidelines and forms are available below. Failure to adhere to the guidelines may result in disqualification.

All submissions are read blind by the Sand Hills staff (Augusta University students and faculty). A $200 prize will be awarded in each of the following categories: poetry, prose (fiction, creative nonfiction, drama), and visual artwork.

For questions about the magazine, email sandhillsmagazine@augusta.edu.

Ends on December 15, 2017

$3.00 USD

Contributors should include only one short story per submission. There is no limit to the number of submissions per contributor; however, please only send us your best work.

Each short story may be up to 5,000 words in length. All work must be typed (preferably in 12 point, Times New Roman), double-spaced, and paginated. Include the title of your work and the total word count on your manuscript.

Do not include any identification or contact information on your manuscript, or in the file name. 
Cover letters are also unnecessary, as all submissions are read blind (i.e., anonymously). Should your work be selected for publication, we will contact you for a contributor’s note.

Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in disqualification.

Ends on December 15, 2017

$3.00 USD

Contributors may include three to five (3-5) pieces of art (any medium) per submission. There is no limit to the number of submissions per contributor; however, please only send us your best work.

The acceptable file type is TIFF (at least 300 resolution).

Do not include any identification or contact information on your artwork, or in the file name. Cover letters are also unnecessary, as all submissions are read blind (i.e., anonymously). Should your work be selected for publication, we will contact you for a contributor’s note.

Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in disqualification.

HERE IS THE LINK TO SUBMIT: https://sandhillsmagazine.submittable.com/submit

Talk Tomorrow,

Kathy


Responses

  1. I’m so excited I won Bunny Bus by wonderful agent and author Ami-Joan Paquette!!

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  2. Congrats to all the winners! BUT, Kathy—who won “Lemmings”???

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    • Duh, I just added it. It was Harry Caulfield. I guess I’ll have to announce it again. Thanks for pointing that out.

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