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Today is the Last Day to Submit Online to the Dogwood Literary Prizes!

Dogwood: A Journal of Poetry and Prose began accepting entries of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for the 2016-2017 issue and contest on July 1, with a deadline of Sept. 5. Winners in the three genres of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction will be chosen by the judges listed below; a grand prize winner will then be chosen […]
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A Fall Spent Reading: The Coming of Fall Marks the Final Weekend for Dogwood Literary Prize Entries

As fall approaches, so does the deadline for writers to enter the Dogwood Literary Prizes.  Enter by September 5th!  Winners in the three genres of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction will be chosen by judges in each genre; a grand prize winner will then be chosen from among those three.  The grand prize winner will receive […]
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As We Head into the Final Weeks of Dogwood’s Contest, Nonfiction Judge Announced; $1500 in Prizes

We’re pleased to announce that the Nonfiction Judge for this year’s contest will be Sarah Einstein.  Sarah Einstein teaches creative writing at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She is the author of Mot: A Memoir (University of Georgia Press 2015) and Remnants of Passion (Shebooks 2014). Her work has also appeared in a variety […]
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From Your Writing Desk to the World: Enter Our Contest and See Your Work in Print

We know you’re enjoying those last hazy days of summer working serenely at a writing desk just like this one, but remember that until September 5, you can enter Dogwood‘s 2017 Literary Prizes in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for a chance at the $1000 prize and publication.  Learn more at our submittable page.  Those who […]
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Big News: Karen Osborn will judge our fiction submissions

We are please to let you know that the fiction judge for this year’s contest is Karen Osborn, the author of four novels: Patchwork, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Between Earth and Sky, The River Road, and Centerville, which won the Independent Publishers Award in 2013. Her poetry has been published […]
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The 2017 Dogwood Literary Prize Is Underway, And…

…we’re proud to announce that the poetry judge for this year’s contest will be Michele Glazer, who is the author of three books of poems, most recently, On Tact, & the Made Up World (Iowa). She teaches in and directs the MFA and BFA programs at Portland State University. Stay tuned for announcements in coming […]
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Entries Being Accepted for Dogwood’s 2017 Literary Prizes

Fireworks aren’t the only thing that make this weekend special!  As of July 1, you can enter Dogwood‘s 2017 Literary Prizes for a chance at the $1000 prize and publication.  Learn more at our submittable page.  Those who would prefer not to enter the contest but would like their work considered in our always-blind review […]
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First Glimpse: Dogwood 15

It’s on its way to us from the printer, but here for your viewing pleasure is the lovely cover of Dogwood 15 (2016) featuring an image by Shaun O’Dell, used by permission of the Whitney Museum of American Art.  We are proud of each and every piece included here, and can’t wait till the issue […]
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Big News! 2016 Dogwood Literary Prize Winners Announced

The Editors of Dogwood: A Journal of Poetry and Prose are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Dogwood Literary Prizes and thank our judges, Kate Hopper (Nonfiction), Steven Schwartz (Fiction), and Gail Wronsky (Poetry) for their hard work.  All prize winners, as well as finalists, will be published in Dogwood’s 2016 edition, due […]
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Rejection and Courage

By Danielle Anctil, Managing Editor As a senior undergraduate student, I’ve been spending a portion of this semester filling out applications to law schools. I’ve suddenly found myself thrown back into high school, when I had to write college application essays that would tell an admissions committee what they should know about me that they […]
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