BY ANTHONY COOK, Editor-in-Chief After careful consideration, guest judge Antonya Nelson has selected Joe B. Sills’ story, “The Duck,” as the winner of Sycamore Review’s 2011 Wabash Prize for Fiction. “The Duck” is at once deceptively simple and incredibly ambitious–its central character is a young Anton Chekhov. Ms. Nelson said of ”The Duck”: ”This story stands out … Continue reading 2011 Wabash Prize for Fiction Results!
BY ANTHONY COOK, Editor-in-Chief Our reading session is closed as of today, April 1. Thank you to all who submitted. We have received a lot of exciting work, some of which we’re still reading. One thing is already clear, though: Issue 23.2, due out in July, is shaping up to be a fantastic one. It … Continue reading Reading Session Now Closed
Today is the postmark deadline for the 2011 Wabash Prize for Fiction. We’ve already received many strong entries and we’re looking forward to sending the best of them to guest judge Antonya Nelson, who will choose the winner (you can read an excerpt from last year’s winning entry here.). The winner will receive $1,000 and … Continue reading 2011 Wabash Prize for Fiction: Deadline Today!
The March 1st deadline for submitting to the 2011 Wabash Prize for Fiction has been extended to MARCH 8th. Award-winning fiction writer Antonya Nelson will select the winner, who will receive $1,000 and publication in the Summer/Fall 2011 issue of Sycamore Review. All entries will be considered for regular publication. Also, everyone who enters the … Continue reading Wabash Prize for Fiction Contest Deadline Extended