Saturday, July 11, 2009

The Capilano Review

Okay, you've heard me going on about great TCR is. Now, to urge the gambler in you and give you a more concrete reason to subscribe, they are offering a contest. Enter! Although I suppose if the theme is Olympics you may have to be in Vancouver to realize the impact of that event.
The Capilano Review announces its first contest in ten years. We invite entries of prose – fiction or non-fiction (max 2,000 words) – or poetry (max 300 lines). The winning entry will be published in issue 3.10 (Winter 2010) to be published in early January 2010. This issue will include an Olympics feature. We encourage entrants to submit work that engages the subject of the Olympics, sports, the idea of “the body” . . . but we will also consider non-Olympic content!

Fee: $35 for Canadian entries and $45 for non-Canadian entries (Canadian $).

Prize: $1,000

Deadline for entries: Oct. 15, 2009

Each entry will qualify for a one-year subscription to The Capilano Review. If you already have a subscription, we will extend your subscription or sign up a friend of your choice.

You may submit several entries as long as each entry is accompanied by the relevant fee.

In the interests of preserving anonymity, please include your name only on the cover letter.

The contest will be judged by TCR board members.
Usual submissions policies apply. Click here to find out more information.
Send your entries to

The Capilano Review
2055 Purcell Way
North Vancouver, BC V7J 3H5

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