May 24, 2013
TNQ (The New Quarterly) has launched its annual series of writing contests with a call for entries to the 2013 Peter Hinchcliffe Fiction Award.
This award is open to Canadian writers who have not yet published a first novel or short story collection. TNQ notes that Zoey Leigh Peterson, who won the 2012 award, has since been solicited for publiciation by Anansi Press.
The winning piece of short fiction will receive the top prize of $1,000. All entries will be considered for paid publication ($250). The cost of entry is $40 and includes a one-year subscription to TNQ. Entries must be received by May 28.
More details are available at tnq.ca/contests.