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Writing Contest for Study Abroad
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by [VeronicaValeanu ]

2009-09-28  |     | 



The University of New Orleans, the pioneer in writing programs abroad, announces the sixth annual writing contest for study-abroad, Summer, 2010.

Fee: $25 for one entry

Deadline: 31 January 2010

Prizes: Winner receives full fee waiver for summer study abroad program. Full fee waivers, including housing allowance, will be granted to one writer each in the genres of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction. Partial awards and mentions may also be granted. Winners may attend any of UNO’s 2010 study-abroad writing programs:
- Writing Workshops in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
- The Ezra Pound Center for Literature, Dorf Tirol, Italy

Submission process: entirely electronic. Prose submissions should not exceed 4500 words (about 15 pages double spaced). Poetry submissions should not exceed 5 pages and may include a maximum of 3 poems. The submitted work must be unpublished at the time of submission, though it may be under consideration. The author's name must not appear anywhere in the work, including in headers or footers.

Acknowledgments: by email query only. Each applicant will be emailed a list of winners when the contest has been decided, around the end of March.

Country: United States

Questions and comments may be emailed to contest@unopress.org.


“When I was notified about the award, I'm not sure what the most exciting prospect was: going to Madrid for a month or studying with such terrific writers. After the first day of class, I knew I'd be a better writer by the end of the summer's workshop. At the end of the month, not only was my writing better, but the way I saw myself as a writer had changed. And that is perhaps one of the most important tasks any MFA program can undertake, to impart to students not only the craft but the confidence and empowering practices of writing. Add to this the bonus of getting to know and love an amazing bunch of students and faculty. I can't see how it's possible to go to Madrid with the UNO people and not come out the other side of it all as a better writer with the support of a close writing community.” --Jill Drumm, nonfiction winner, 2006.


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