Moment Magazine-Karma Foundation Short Fiction Contest Guidelines for Submission
Moment Magazine is now accepting submissions for the 2018 Moment Magazine-Karma Foundation Short Fiction Contest. Moment will award up to three prizes to outstanding works of unpublished short fiction with Jewish content.
Winners may be invited to an awards ceremony. If so, the contest covers a round trip flight, train, or bus fare and one night in a hotel, if necessary. All travel arrangements are to be made by Moment.
The judge published in promotional materials judges the finalists. At all times, all decisions are final.
After the completion of the contest, Moment editors will review winning stories. Editors will contact winners if their stories are being considered for publication. Moment Magazine reserves the right at all times to select material for publishing. All selected material is subject to editing by Moment editors.
$25 for each entry (multiple submissions are accepted). Note: The $25 is a reader fee and does not in any way give persons who enter the contest any legal rights.
January 15, 2019.
For each entry, submit the following:
An original short story with Jewish themes. Maximum length for prose is 5,000 words.
$25 Reader fee.
Acknowledgement that you have read and agreed with the Official Contest Rules
No previously published works, or works already accepted for publication elsewhere, are eligible. Work may be under consideration elsewhere, but must be withdrawn from the competition if accepted for publication.
Winners will be announced in 2018. Current information about guidelines etc. is updated here on the website. We are not responsible for information in previous guidelines or advertisements. All deadlines may be extended or changed and may carry over into the next calendar year. Moment Magazine and Karma Foundation are not liable for any misprints or errors, or anything else. The contest is a labor of love. Please treat our staff with courtesy and kindness.