In General on December 20, 2012 at 6:19 PM
The Broad River Review is proud to announce the winners of The Rash Awards in Fiction and Poetry for 2012.
Abigail Lipscomb of Fincastle, Virginia, won The Rash Award for Fiction for her story “Carousel.”
Karen Luke Jackson of Hendersonville, North Carolina, won The Rash Award for Poetry for “A Triptych on the First Anniversary of My Mother’s Death.”
For a complete list of writers cited as Honorable Mentions and Finalists, please visit our 2012 Rash Award Contest page. Thanks to the many writers who supported our contest.
In Contributors, General, Jill McCorkle, Kathryn Stripling Byer, Literary Magazine, Rash Awards on December 10, 2012 at 2:22 PM
The final judging for the 2012 Rash Awards is underway. Thanks so much for entering your wonderful stories and poems this year. We had a record number of entries. Please check back for a list of finalists and an announcement of the winners.
In Contributors, General, Literary Magazine, New Issue on May 2, 2012 at 2:52 PM
The 2012 edition (Volume 44) of the Broad River Review will be released in a couple of weeks. Thanks to all who submitted work, either to the Rash Award contests or as general submissions. We could not publish without you!
Look for the Table of Contents for the 2012 issue under the Current Issue tab on our main page. We are excited about this issue. If you would like to purchase a copy, please visit the Subscribe tab, also on our main page.
In General, Literary Magazine, Rash Awards on October 25, 2011 at 8:07 PM
One week remains in our submission period! Please consider submitting to our fiction or poetry contests, The Rash Awards, or as a general submission. We want to read your excellent work!
In General, Literary Magazine, Rash Awards on October 3, 2011 at 9:16 PM
A little less than one month remains in our submission period. Many submissions have arrived, but we are still excited to see more. Also, consider entering one (or both) of our contests, The Rash Awards. Your $15 entry fee makes you eligible to win a $500 first prize. You will also receive a one-year subscription to the Broad River Review. Thanks!