The Malahat Review 2011 Founders’ Award winners

The University of Victoria, on behalf of The Malahat Review, is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s P. K. Page and Jack Hodgins Founders’ Awards in poetry and fiction respectively. The $1000 awards to the authors of the best poem and short story to appear in The Malahat Review‘s quarterly issues during the previous calendar…

The Malahat Review 2010-2011 Prizes

The Malahat Review’s 2010 Creative Non-Fiction Prize Deadline: August 1, 2010 (postmarked) Prize: $1000 CAD Submit one piece of creative non-fiction between 2000 and 3000 words in length. Entry fee: $35 CAD for residents of Canada $40 USD for residents of the United States $45 USD for entries from elsewhere (entry fee includes a one…

The Malahat Review’s Creative Non-Fiction Prize

Deadline: August 1, 2010Prize: $1000 CADSubmit one work of creative non-fiction between 2000 and 3000 words in length. No restrictions as to subject matter or approach apply.Entry fee: $35 CAD for Canadians$40 USD for entries from the United States$45 USD for entries from elsewhere(entry fee includes a one year subscription to The Malahat Review)For more…

The Malahat Review Submissions Wanted

The Malahat Review Far Horizons Award for Poetry Deadline: May 1, 2010 $500 Prize (plus $20/page upon publication) Authors who have not yet had their poetry published in book format (a book of 48 pages or more) can submit up to three poems per entry, max. 60 lines each. Fees:   $25 CAD for Canadians $30 USD…

The Malahat Review’s 2010 Open Season Awards Winners

The Malahat Review is pleased to announce the winners of our 2010 Open Season Awards! Poetry: Lorri Neilsen Glenn, “You think of Meister Eckhart” Fiction: Tricia Dower, “Hallowe’en 1955” Creative non-fiction: Melissa Jacques, “Call and Response” Read more for details.

The Malahat Review Open Season Awards

Deadline: November 1, 2009 $1000 Prize in each of three categories Submit work in any of our three marquee genres: poetry, short fiction, or creative non-fiction. Poetry: up to three poems per entry (max. 100 lines each); Short Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction: one piece (max 2500 words) Fees:   $35 CAD for Canadians $40 USD for…