Enter the 2017 Poetry & Fiction Contest

. August 12, 2017.
2017-poetry-fiction-entries

Submit up to 3 poems, no more than fifty lines each, or one short story up to 1500 words long. Writers may submit to each category no more than once. Winners will be published in the October issue, receive prizes, and be invited to participate in a public reading. Include your name, email and phone # on a separate page of your document.

Electronic submissions only in the body of an email or as a Microsoft word attachment to submissions@ecurrent.com.

All entries must be submitted by 11:59pm on Friday, September 15.

There is no entry fee.

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