Contests

Calamus Prize for Queer Speculative Poetry

Winner receives $50 and publication in the January 2012 issue of Collective Fallout.

Finalists will all be published in the January or July 2012 issues of Collective Fallout

Poems should be surreal, metaphysical, experimental, or otherwise speculative in nature and should treat on queer themes.

Entry fee is $5 per submission.  Each submission should include no more than 5 poems, or up to 5 pages of poetry.  Make payments via Paypal to collectivefallout @ gmail.com

Reading period for this contest will be August 1 to November 15, 2011, in tandem with submissions to the January 2012 issue.


Delfino Prize for Queer Genre Fiction

Winner receives $50 and publication in  Collective Fallout

Finalists will all be published in Collective Fallout

Eligible stories must be queer-themed, between 3,000 and 10,000 words and fit into one or more of the following genres: Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, or Science Fiction. All other requirements for fiction submissions apply.

Entry fee is $5 per story. Multiple submissions up to 3 stories are accepted. Make payments via Paypal and send submissions as attachments to contest @ collectivefallout.com

THIS CONTEST IS NOT CURRENTLY RUNNING.

Collective Fallout would like to congradulate 2010 winner Gabriel Malloy (now an Assistant Editor) and runner-up Kelsey McKarthy.

3 Responses to Contests

  1. […] if you write fiction, have a look at Collective Fallout’s Delfino Prize for Queer Genre Fiction.  The entry fee is $5 and the deadline is October 15. The prize is smaller, $50, but Collective […]

  2. […] Fallout Magazine has now begun accepting submissions for the Calamus Prize for Queer Speculative Poetry. Calamus was a figure in Greek mythology who transformed himself into a water reed after his lover, […]

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