Harpur Palate

Harpur Palate, a literary journal run entirely by Binghamton University graduate students, regularly solicits work from internationally established writers as well as emerging writers in MA, MFA and PhD programs. We also encourage emerging writers to partake in our annual contests for poetry and creative nonfiction. Thus, we ask you to please share the following message and flier with the Creative Writing and English students in your graduate programs. We greatly appreciate it.

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Harpur Palate

Submit to HARPUR PALATE!

Harpur Palate, a nationally acclaimed biannual literary journal published by graduate students at Binghamton University, is actively seeking quality fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction by established and emerging writers. We will accept submissions for issue 12.2 through November 15th, 2012.

Previous contributors include David Lehman, Nin Andrews, Lee Upton, and Sherman Alexie. Harpur Palate regularly nominates contributors for the Pushcart Prize.

In addition, we are now accepting submissions for our two annual contests:
the Milton Kessler Memorial Prize For Poetry, and the Harpur Palate Creative Nonfiction Prize.

The annual winner receives a $500 prize and publication in the winter issue of Harpur Palate. All entrants receive a one-year subscription to Harpur Palate, and all pieces are considered for publication in the magazine.

Postmark Deadline: November 15

Visit our website for details on our poetry and creative nonfiction prizes and information on how to submit electronically or through the mail: http://harpurpalate.binghamton.edu/

Harpur Palate
Binghamton University
English Department
P.O. Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
http://harpurpalate.binghamton.edu

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