Thursday, May 14, 2009

Esquire Short Fiction Contest

In celebration of the launch of Esquire magazine's new online fiction section, the magazine is running a short fiction contest. According to the rules, contest entries may be no more than 4,000 words and must have one of three titles: "Twenty-Ten," "An Insurrection," and "Never, Ever Bring This Up Again." The winning entry will be published in a future issue of the magazine as well as online.

As for the new online fiction section, it will focus on "great new American fiction." The stories currently available include works from Stephen King, Don Delillo, Chris Adrian, Michael Martone, Richard Russo, DFW, and many more big names.

1 comment:

Serena said...

those titles have some interesting possibilities.