December 8, 2017
Graduate $200–$500; Undergraduate: $200–$500
One prize each for the best graduate and undergraduate works of creative nonfiction will be awarded. Winners will receive a cash prize and will read from their work at an evening program featuring a notable guest author. The undergraduate first place winner’s work will also be published in Long River Review.
Graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Connecticut’s main and regional campuses.
Students may submit one unpublished creative nonfiction work. Please submit your work via email following these guidelines. The subject line must include the name of the contest and your student status (for example: “AETNA Creative Nonfiction Awards – undergraduate”). The submission should be a single Microsoft Word document that contains your cover sheet (see format) followed by your submission. Note that while your student ID number should appear on every page of the packet, your name should appear only on the cover sheet.