Richard B. Gustafson, Grand Prize Winner,

2014 E. M. Koeppel $1,100 Short Fiction Contest

David L. Hoof, winner of the Writecorner Press

2014 Editors' Choice Award

 

2014 Stories of Distinction

 

Note: Writecorner Press, now in its eleventh year, is a wholly independent e-press. (It should not be confused with another website with a similar name.)

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Click here to read Winning Writers' exclusive interview of Writecorner Editors Gentry and Koeppel. Winning Writers is a leading literary website with 25,000 subscribers. 

Robert Gentry's essay "The Other Knoxville Responds to Suttree et al: An Argument" appears in the revised and expanded 2nd edition of You Would Not Believe What Watches, Suttree and Cormac McCarthy's Knoxville: Casebook Studies in Cormac McCarthy, Volume I. The new edition of the casebook is now available from the online bookshop of the Cormac McCarthy Society at $29.00 for society members and $34.00 for non-members. A hardcover version of the casebook is planned for fall 2014.

Short Fiction Contest Winners:

                                                                                                                                                   

                  

                                                                                                    

$500 P. L. Titus Writing Scholarship

The P.L. Titus $500 Scholarship can be used any way the winner chooses. This scholarship is offered to any student who wins the $1,100 E. M. Short Fiction Contest. Thus the winning student award totals $1,600. The student must be enrolled in a school, college, or university when he or she submits the story. Please be sure to read our complete Guidelines .

 

Fresh & Ripe: Works by New and Established Writers

Good literature is like fine fruit: Fresh & Ripe. Find here fiction and nonfiction from Fresh-New Writers and Ripe-Seasoned Authors, like award winners Sohrab Homi Fracis , Tom Glenn, Dianne Luce, Rick Maloy, Peter Sears, and Rick Wallach who have a body of work to their credit and who deserve a wider reading audience. Works published on this page are by Writecorner Press invitation.

Quest for Peace, a prize-winning letter by Robert B. Gentry

From Three to Five: These Views of the Moon, a story by John Blade

 

Fresh & Ripe

Reviews of Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry Collections, Oral Histories, and Memoirs

Writecorner Press welcomes review copies of poetry, short fiction collections, and novels by emerging and established writers. (No self-publishing.) Mail (no Fed-ex, etc.) to Writecorner Press, P.O. Box 140310 Gainesville, FL 32614.

Reviews

Annotated Links to Writing and Publishing

Literary Links

Recommended Books to Spark Your Creativity

Find an annotated list of standard works which writers should read and reread. Recommendations include classics by noted writers like Shakespeare, Thomas Mann, Ralph Ellison, and John Kennedy Toole and excellent contemporary novels by Milan Kundera, Cormac McCarthy, Toni Morrison, and others.

Recommended Readings

Writecorner.com Editors

Mary Sue Koeppel, Coeditor: Award- winning editor, poet, short fiction writer, textbook author, TV interviewer. Discover more about her. Order her books.

Robert B. Gentry, Coeditor: Award-winning short story writer, essayist, memoirist, book reviewer, textbook author, oral historian. Read more about him. Order his books.