Uncategorized | January 31, 2011
From Jake Adam York, director of creative writing at University of Colorado at Denver and editor of Copper Nickel:
Copper Nickel, the journal of art and literature my colleagues and students and I edit here in Denver, will open its second contest this coming week, and I’m hoping you’ll help spread the word in your writing communities.
Daniel Alarcon will judge our fiction contest, and Kevin Prufer will judge our poetry contest. We’ll accept entries through March 31, 2011. Entrants will get not only a shot at the $1000 prize (one prize in each genre) but as well a one-year subscription (2 issues) to Copper Nickel for only $15 (which is the cost of a normal subscription).
All the details are also online at http://www.copper-nickel.org/contest/