Another deadline extension came across our desks this week, for a story contest offering publication to a female-identified writer of any nationality. Kore Press is now accepting submissions of stories, written in English and coming in at fewer than twelve thousand words, until November 30.
The winner will receive one thousand dollars and the winning work will be published as a chapbook by Kore Press, a Tucson, Arizona–based publisher of literature by women. The chapbooks are bound by hand and distributed via the press's website.
The writer who will select this year's winner has not yet been confirmed, but past judges include Tayari Jones, Antonya Nelson, and Leslie Marmon Silko.