TRP Southern Poetry Breakthrough Series: South Carolina
The TRP Southern Poetry Breakthrough Series seeks to highlight a first full-length collection by an emerging poet from each state in the southern U.S.
General Guidelines
· Submissions are open December 1 – February 28 (11:59pm).
· Open to any poet born in South Carolina, currently residing in South Carolina, or who lived in South Carolina for 5 consecutive years at any point, who has not yet published a full-length collection of poetry. The author may have published chapbooks or books in other genres.
· There is no fee to enter.
· There are no formal restrictions, we welcome poetry of any style/form.
· Open to any poet writing in English. Translations are not eligible.
· Poems may have been published individually in magazines or anthologies, but the collection as a whole must be unpublished.
· Simultaneous submissions are acceptable. Please notify TRP immediately by withdrawing the manuscript via Submittable if the manuscript is accepted elsewhere.
· Current and former students and faculty of Sam Houston State University are not eligible.
· Submissions are accepted through Submittable only.
· The selected author will receive a standard royalty contract, and 20 copies of the published book.
Manuscript Guidelines
· Manuscripts must be between 50 and 100 pages in length.
· Please include a table of contents, title page, acknowledgments page, and page numbers.
· No more than one poem per page.
· Submit as a .pdf, .docx, or .doc file format.
· No revisions will be accepted once the manuscript is uploaded.

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2023 Clay Reynolds Novella Prize: Guidelines

  

The Clay Reynolds Novella Prize

Prize: $500

2023 Judge:  


General Guidelines

· Submissions are open January 1 – March 31.

· A fee of $20 must be paid at the time of submission.

· Open to anyone writing in English. Translations are not eligible.

· Excerpts may have been published individually in magazines or anthologies, but the work as a whole must be unpublished.

· Simultaneous submissions are acceptable, please notify TRP immediately by withdrawing the manuscript via Submittable if the manuscript is accepted elsewhere.

· Current and former students and faculty of Sam Houston State University are not eligible. Family or former students of the final judge are not eligible.

· Submissions are accepted through Submittable only.

· Winner will receive a $500 advance, a standard royalty contract, and 20 copies of the published book.

· Winner will be announced in August 2023.


Manuscript Guidelines

· Novella manuscripts should have a total word count of between 20,000 and 50,000 words.

· Please include a table of contents, title page, and page numbers.

· Please double-space and use a 12pt. font.

· Do not include an acknowledgments page.

· Submissions are anonymous. Please remove any identifying information from the manuscript. 

· Submit as a .pdf, .docx, or .doc file format.

· No revisions will be accepted once the manuscript is uploaded.

     

Winner will be announced on the Texas Review Press website. http://texasreviewpress.org




$20.00

  

The Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize

Prize: $500

2023 Judge:  Alison Pelegrin


General Guidelines

· Submissions are open January 1 – March 31.

· A fee of $20 must be paid at the time of submission.

· Open to any poet writing in English. Translations are not eligible.

· Poems may have been published individually in magazines or anthologies, but the collection as a whole must be unpublished.

· Simultaneous submissions are acceptable. Please notify TRP immediately by withdrawing the manuscript via Submittable if the manuscript is accepted elsewhere.

· Current and former students and faculty of Sam Houston State University are not eligible. Family or former students of the final judge are not eligible.

· Submissions are accepted through Submittable only.

· Winner will receive $500 advance, a standard royalty contract, and 20 copies of the published book.

· Winner will be announced in June 2023.


Manuscript Guidelines

· Manuscripts may be no longer than 40 pages.

· Please include a table of contents, title page, and page numbers.

· Do not include an acknowledgments page.

· No more than one poem per page.

· Submissions are anonymous. Please remove any identifying information from the manuscript. 

· Submit as a .pdf, .docx, or .doc file format.

· No revisions will be accepted once the manuscript is uploaded.

· The Winner will be announced on the Texas Review Press website, www.texasreviewpress.org





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