Lilith Magazine Extends Contest Deadlines

Lilith magazine, which describes itself as “independent, Jewish & frankly feminist,” has extended the deadlines for both its Charlotte Newberger Poetry Competition and its Annual Fiction Contest. Entries for both competitions are now due March 15, 2012, and there are no entry fees. Cash awards and publication await the winners, so take a look at the guidelines.

On a personal-professional note, I’ll add that I’m happy to see Lilith using an online submission manager, and I appreciate all of the additional submission guidelines that the magazine has made available there. Plus, I’m eternally grateful to Lilith for releasing one of my own early short stories in print. (The story has also been made available on the Web as part of the magazine’s online adoption anthology).

2 thoughts on “Lilith Magazine Extends Contest Deadlines

  1. Thanks, Erika for the heads up on this contest. I hadn’t seen any announcement about it. I entered for the first time in 2006. Didn’t win, but they ended up publishing my short story, One Candle for Sophie, in the summer 2006 issue. The editor was very pleasant to work with.

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      Congratulations on the publication, Evelyn. That’s wonderful to hear.

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