Tishman_Interviews_Female_war_correspondents_World_War_IIGeneral Guidelines for All Contests

All contests are open to writers, worldwide.  Each contest is judged blind.

All submissions must be written in English (no translations).

The Tishman Review must be a potential first publication for all works submitted. No previously published works, or works accepted for publication elsewhere.

Simultaneous submissions are allowed, but you must withdraw the work immediately if accepted elsewhere.

Please only include a cover letter in the Comments Section area on Submittable. In the cover letter, please identify your work with title(s), corresponding page numbers (for poetry) or word count (for prose), and include a short bio of no more than 50 words.

Please make sure you submit your entry under the proper contest entry tab on our Submittable page.  All entries received in the general submission boxes will be treated as such and NOT a contest submission.

All entries must be received via Submittable.

Entry fees are non-refundable. Any submission that violates contest guidelines will automatically be disqualified.

First place wins $500 and publication.

All submissions will be considered for possible publication.

The Tishman Review buys First Electronic Publication Rights and Non-Exclusive Print on Demand rights.

PoetryPrizeAnnouncementThe Tishman Review’s Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize

Send up to five poems per entry. There is no line-limit. Poems may be any length, any style, or any subject. Multiple entries by a single poet are accepted, however each group of five poems must be treated as a separate entry, each with its own cover sheet and an additional $15 fee.

Entries will be welcome from October 1, 2017 to November 15, 2017.

Winner and accepted for publication entries will be announced by January 30th and published in our January issue.

MEET THE JUDGE: Major Jackson


The Tillie Olsen Short Story Award

Tillie Olsen was an award-winning short story writer and deeply-committed social activist. The Tishman Review is looking for the best story that captures the spirit of not only the writing of Tillie Olsen but her work to make our world a better place.

Your story must contain no more than 5,000 words in standard manuscript format, paginated and with word count on the first page. You may submit as many stories as you wish, but each story must be submitted separately, each with a $15 fee.

Entries will be welcome from February 1st to March 15th of 2018.

Our judge for this contest will be announced in January of each fiction contest year.

Winner will be announced by July 30th and published in our summer issue.