Open to both fiction and poetry, this year Redivider will award their favorite poem and story with $500 each and publication in issue 11.1, their 2013 Winter issue. The winning story will be selected by Amy Hempel and the winning poem by Heather McHugh.

Redivider's Beacon Street Prize


Submissions: Each entry should consist of either one story (maximum 8,000 words) or up to three poems.

Prizes: One winner from each category will be rewarded with $500 and publication in Redivider's 2013 Winter issue.

Deadline: April 30


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