Undergraduate MoRe Prize, Missouri Western State University’s national undergraduate literary journal, is hosting its second annual Undergraduate MoRe Prize. This year’s judge is the author Ellen Hopkins, New York Times bestselling author of Burned (www.ellenhopkins.com), who will select the standout piece of fiction submitted to the contest. We are now accepting submissions, so send us your best material!
This year’s contest is open to short stories (limited to 3,000 words), which will be judged by Ellen Hopkins. Contest submissions are being accepted through the Mochila Review website (www.mochilareview.com) from Oct. 1 through Dec. 1. Only submissions from undergraduate students are accepted. There’s a small $5 fee for each submission and no limit to how many times you submit.
The winner of the Undergraduate MoRe Prize will receive a $50 prize, publication in the 2016 issue of The Mochila Review, and be featured on our website.
Submit today by following this link! http://www.mochilareview.com/more-prize/