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Prizewinners, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, will receive cash prizes of $50, $30, and $20 respectively, and their stories will appear in Volume VIII of the journal. Mindprints will also publish several honourable mentions. The contest theme is "Mirrors and Masks." Please feel free to interpret this theme as broadly as you like. The word limit is 500. Entry fees are $5 per entry, and you may enter as many times as you wish. The contest postmark deadline is October 27, 2006.
Contest parameters (http://www.imindprints.com/2006Contest.html):
Paul Fahey, editor
REMEMBER: Electronic submissions will not be accepted. The above contest link is for reference only.
Also Open Submissions:
If you would like to write for Mindprints, we also have open submissions and the editors invite writers and artists with disabilities, as well as those with an interest in the field of disability, to submit their work for general publication (see the guidelines link below). The editors at Mindprints take great pride in showcasing new artists and writers alongside established ones.
Mindprints is a unique publication. It is one of the first community college literary magazines designed as a creative forum for writers and artists with disabilities. With its emphasis on flash fiction and flash memoir of 250 to 750 words, it is also on the cutting edge of today's fiction market.
Whether you are an accomplished artist or writer or just a beginner, over and above the flash fiction contest, your submissions are welcome. Please check out Submission Guidelines at http://www.imindprints.com/subguide.htm to read more information about sending us your work and to learn more about our editors.
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