Our annual short story contest is open for submissions. We are looking for the best possible short stories from writers located in any country. Winning prize is $100 USD and publication in Southern Pacific Review. Deadline is 30 March 2013. Candidates must have previous writing experience either in a print publication or on-line in a blog.
Submit entries along with links to any work you have published to email@example.com. There is no reading fee. We are interested in quality writing.
We need writers and editors in any Latin American country to write in English or Spanish.
Results from 2013:
Congratulations to HM Gruendler-Schierloh for winning the 2013 South American Short Story Contest. At a mere 1,200 words this story is very well-crafted. Here is the winning entry.
Results from 2012:
Congratulations to Daniel Hurren on winning this year’s South American Short Story contest. This is a truly original story written in the David Foster Wallace stream-of-consciousness whatever-you-want-to-call-it meandering style which we like. Below you see his bio and picture below. Thanks to the many other writers who submitted some excellent works of fictions. Now here is Daniel’s story.