NEWS

11th Annual Contest Open!

Black Warrior Review's eleventh-annual contest is now open,  and we’re honored to have Heather Christle (Poetry), Alissa Nutting (Fiction/Prose), and Mary Roach (Nonfiction) as our guest judges. Winners in each genre receive a $1,000 prize and publication in BWR 42.2,...

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Submissions Now Open & Other News

Dear Readers, General submissions to Black Warrior Review’s prose, poetry, nonfiction, and graphic prose genres will open on December 1st. We welcome all of your submissions, especially the experimental works, the lyrical fragments, and everything in-between....

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The Letters Festival: November 6-8 in Atlanta, GA!

Black Warrior Review and NANO Fiction will be traveling to Atlanta, Georgia to participate in The Letters Festival, a three-day literary event bringing together pivotal writers from around the country for live readings, writing workshops, discussions, and a book...

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10th Annual Contest Results!

BWR is pleased to announce the winners and runners-up of our 10th Annual Contest in Prose, Poetry, and Nonfiction. Each winner will receive $1,000 and publication in issue 40.2 of BWR (forthcoming this spring), and for the first time ever each runner-up will receive...

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Fiction Reading Period Closing August 1st

After much consideration, we at Black Warrior Review have made the decision to close our 2014 general fiction submissions on August 1st. Contest submissions will remain open till September 1st. We know that fiction submissions only recently re-opened; however, in the...

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Poetry and Nonfiction Reading Period Closing June 1st

After much consideration, we at Black Warrior Review have made the decision to close our 2014 general poetry and nonfiction submissions earlier than planned, on June 1st. Contest submissions will remain open till September 1st. We receive a huge number of incredible...

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Alabama Book Festival: April 19 in Montgomery!

Black Warrior Review and NANO Fiction are happy to be a part of this year's Alabama Book Festival! The festival will be in historic downtown Montgomery at Old Alabama Town on Saturday, April 19, 2014, with approximately 50 authors and more than 40 vendors and...

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