Southern Pacific Review seeks short fiction written in (or translated into) English . Word count is flexible, but flash and novelette length works will have to try harder. Interesting ideas and depth of meaning are more important than genre. Hard to say what we want, except that we know it when we see it.
Winning prize is $100 USD and publication in Southern Pacific Review. Entries are accepted from 1 January 2016 to 30 March 2016. Writers retain the rights to their work.
Submit entries to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no reading fee. Please submit as Word or PDF attachment.
We need writers in any Latin American country to do reporting.
Winner 2016: “Mrs Delaney’s Crumbling Facade” by Scott Derry.
Winner 2015: “Sun Jelly Pastures” by Kristyna Mazur Landt
Results from 2014:
Winner: “Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter with Clown Car” by Rachel Lyon.
“Problems Encountered by the Armchair Sports Fanatic” by Scott Derry
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. Here is Daniel’s story.
|The following stories, published by Southern Pacific Review 2013, have been nominated for Pushcart Prize consideration. Each is different and brilliant in a unique way. Any would be deserving. Thanks and best wishes to the authors.Noelia and Ampero by Glendaliz Camacho – http://southernpacificreview.com/2013/07/04/noelia-and-amparo/Dreamo Americano by CK McMahon –http://southernpacificreview.com/2013/08/06/dreamo-americano/The Cherry Picker by Boone Davis – http://southernpacificreview.com/2013/09/09/the-cherry-picker/Congratulations on Your Brand New Baby Boy by Dustin B. Angevine – http://southernpacificreview.com/2013/10/05/congratulations-on-your-brand-new-baby-boy/|
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