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mmMarquette Monthly has hosted an annual Short Story Contest since 1990. It is open to all U.P. fiction writers. A $250 cash prize is awarded to the author of the winning entry, which is also published in the MM.

Contest Guidelines

  • All entries must be works of fiction no longer than 2,500 words, never before published, typed and double-spaced
  • The author’s name, address and phone number, plus the story’s word count, should be typed on a cover sheet ONLY. The author’s name should not appear on any page of the actual story
  • The contest is open to Upper Peninsula residents only
  • A $5 entry fee (check or money order) must accompany the submission
  • One submission per writer
  • Entries will not be returned
  • The winning story will be published in the April issue of Marquette Monthly. MM purchases first North American Serial Rights (the author is free to seek further publication and retains copyright)

The deadline is January 31, 2015  (postmarks or deliveries after this date cannot be accepted)

Send your short story to:
Short Story Contest
Marquette Monthly
810 N. Third St.
Marquette, MI 49855

Past Winners

2014 Eric Hammerstrom, “Fire and Ice” and  Jeremy Vavrick,  “Surprise Party”
2013 John Taylor, “Flying Cars”
2012 Don Kilpela, “Gunnar’s Saga”, The True Story of a Modern Day Icelandic Fighting Sheep
2011 Larry Buege, “Frozen Memories” and
Thomas P. Suchenek, “Unobstructed View”
2010 Dennis Whitley, “The Unofficial Outpost Olympics”
2009 Meghan Namaste, “A Made Pony”
2008 Eric Hammerstrom, “The Leper Boy”
2007 Joe Secreast, “Angel Shreveport, Where are You Now?”
2006 Mark Wisti, “Casandra”
2005 Timothy J. Bishop, “What We Agree On”
2004 Matthew Gougeon, “Making Payment”
2003 Matthew Williams, “Golden Chance”
2002 Todd McCann, “Lunker”
2001 Amy Armstrong-Markantoy, “A Day of Reckoning”
2000 Mac MacDevitt, “Elysia’s Gift”
1999 Clare Mishica, “The Secret”
1998 Beverly Matherne, “The Tobacco Shed”
1997 Ann Marie Kelley, “Why I Left Ameryka”
1996 Tom Holliday, “Laugh or Cry”
1995 Todd McCann, “The Way Things Happen”
Mary Emerick, “Fire Season”
1994 Mac MacDevitt, “Opening”
1993 Robert Davis, “Pushki: A Chekovian Parody”
1992 David Anthony, “Bus Ride”
1991 Sandra Inskeep-Fox, “Pieces”
Linda Sue Hudson, “Lower Than a Dog Walks”


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