Carve Magazine's 2013 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest
Cash prizes. All winners published in the fall 2013 issue on September 15, 2013. All winners are considered for representation by the Rees Literary Agency, Folio Lit Management, and Sobel Weber Asso...  more

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Carve Magazine's 2013 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest


Submissions: No minimum, maximum of 6,000 words.

Prizes: 1st Place - $1,000, 2nd Place - $750 and 3rd Place - $500, as well as two Editor's Choice winners recieving $250 each.

Deadline: May 15