Fall 2017 Travel Writing Contest
Read our general guidelines here.
Award-winning literary travel magazine Nowhere is accepting submissions for the Fall 2017 Travel Writing Contest.
We are looking for young, old, novice and veteran writers to send us stories that possess a powerful sense of place. Stories can be fiction, nonfiction or essay, but please indicate which genre at the top of your manuscript. Entries should be between eight hundred and five thousand words and must not have been previously chosen as a winner in another contest. Previously published work is accepted, but again, please indicate this. Every submission will be read blind, so anyone can win…
The winner will receive $1,000, with publication in Nowhere granted under First North American Serial Rights (FNASR). Up to ten finalists also will be published. Brush off your manuscripts or write something new and send it to the only literary travel magazine going.
The contest ends Jan. 1, 2018. We look forward to reading your work!
Spring 2017 Travel Writing Contest Winners
Congratulations to Piers Smith for winning the 2017 Spring Travel Writing Contest! Piers won $1,000 for his story, “Walk Like an Egyptian.” Congratulations also go to our finalists:
Fall 2016 Travel Writing Contest Winners
Big congrats to David Zoby for winning the 2016 Fall Travel Writing Contest! David won $1,000 for his story, “Some Vague Stars to the South.” Congratulations also go to finalists:
Spring 2016 Travel Writing Contest Winners
Congratulations to Richard Hague for winning the 2016 Spring Travel Writing Contest. Richard won receive $1,000 for “A Day and a Night on the Late Big Bone.” Also, congrats to the following finalists, whose stories also will appear in Nowhere: