December 2, 2022

The contest winner is scheduled to be announced in the Fall of 2022.

By Editor

The Baltic Writing Residency is open to manuscript submissions for its Prose & Poetry Chapbook Contest. The contest is judged by Iranian-American poet, Kaveh Akbar. 

The contest winner is scheduled to be announced in the Fall, and will receive a sum of $750, including publication opportunity, and 25 author copies.

Writers are to submit 20-32 previously unpublished manuscript pages of poetry or prose. Co-authored manuscripts are accepted. Submission fee for submission is $23.

The Baltic Writing Residency was founded in 2008 with the aim of fostering literature by offering qualified, talented writers the opportunity of comfortable spaces, and time to produce their creative projects. 

Writers can start their submission process here.

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