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Chapbook Contest 2015 is underway. This is an excellent time to relax and write 10- 20 pages of prose, poetry or a hybrid.
The Chapbook Champion will receive $100, have a small print run of your book and be the featured reader at the annual Script reading. Last year’s champion will not be considered in the competition this year.
Deadline is Monday, December 8 at 5 p.m.
When submitting to the English front desk, please don’t put your name on the manuscript, rather attach name, major and contact info on a separate sheet. There is no entry fee and multiple entries are permitted.
This year’s guest judge will be Daniel Bowman Jr., author and Associate Professor of English at Taylor University.
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Daniel Bowman Jr. is the author A Plum Tree in Leatherstocking Country (virtual artists collective, 2012) and Beggars in Heaven: A Novel (forthcoming 2015). His work has appeared in The Adirondack Review, Books and Culture, The Cresset, The Midwest Quarterly, Rio Grande Review, Saint Katherine Review, Seneca Review, and many other journals. A native of the Mohawk Valley in upstate New York, he lives in Hartford City, Indiana and is Associate Professor of English at Taylor University.


For more information, contact Annie Stillar [astillar@whitworth.edu].