Students Creative Writing Contests

AISA Creative Writing Contest

SPRING 2014 WRITING CONTESTS (DEADLINE: 12 NOON, WEDNESDAY,
APRIL 2, 2014)

The Creative Writing Program at Emory sponsors an annual contest to celebrate the best writing at Emory. Undergraduate awards will be given in poetry, fiction, drama, creative non-fiction and screenwriting. An Academy of American Poets Award is open to any student in the university, graduate or undergraduate.

Students who wish to enter the writing contests must be enrolled in Emory University.

Submissions cannot be returned. All entries must be submited to the Creative Writing Program office, N209 Callaway Center, no later than 12 noon, Wednesday, April 2, 2014. (If the office is not open, leave your submission in Paula Vitaris' mailbox in the English Department, Room N302 Callaway Center.)

Besides public recognition, recipients of the undergraduate awards in fiction, poetry, playwriting and creative non-fiction will receive a cash prize of $250 each. The recipient of the Agnes Nixon and Kiki McCabe Prize for Screenwriting will receive a $1, 000 prize. The recipient of the American Academy of Poets Award will receive a $100 prize. Prizes will be announced at the annual Awards Night ceremony at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 23, in the Jones Room, 311 Woodruff Library. The winning students will read from their work at Awards Night.

For more information on the Agnes Nixon and Kiki McCabe Prize for Screenwriting please go to

If you are entering more than one contest, you must fill out a separate entry form for each submission.

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