Any student enrolled in an NWF State College course for credit at the time of submission is eligible to enter.

A student may submit up to 7 entries of prose and/or poetry.

Poems submitted to the magazine may also be entered in the James and Christian LaRoche Memorial Poetry Contest if the writer is an undergraduate.

All submissions must be in Word (.doc, .docx) or Rich Text (.rtf) format.

Each document must contain only one piece. (Separate each poem/prose piece into a separate document.)

Do not include your name or any other identifying information in the document. Submitting through this site will enable the editors to locate your name with your work after pieces have been read.
Ends on January 31, 2017

Any student enrolled in an NWF State College course for credit at the time of submission is eligible to enter.

A student may submit up to 7 entries of prose and/or poetry.

All submissions must be in Word (.doc, .docx) or Rich Text (.rtf) format. Please single space your work and use 12 pt. Times New Roman font.

Each document must contain only one piece. (Separate each poem/prose piece into a separate document.)

Do not include your name or any other identifying information in the document. Submitting through this site will enable the editors to locate your name with your work after pieces have been read.

Poems submitted to the magazine may also be entered in the James and Christian LaRoche Memorial Poetry Contest if the writer is an undergraduate. 
Any student enrolled in an NWF State College course for credit at the time of submission is eligible to enter.

A student may submit up to 7 entries of prose and/or poetry.

All submissions must be in Word (.doc, .docx) or Rich Text (.rtf) format. Please single space your work and use 12 pt. Times New Roman font.

Each document must contain only one piece. (Separate each poem/prose piece into a separate document.) 

Do not include your name or any other identifying information in the document. Submitting through this site will enable the editors to locate your name with your work after pieces have been read.

Poems submitted to the magazine may also be entered in the James and Christian LaRoche Memorial Poetry Contest if the writer is an undergraduate. 

The James and Christian LaRoche Memorial Poetry Contest is open to all NWFSC undergraduates who are enrolled in NWFSC courses during the current academic year, which includes Spring 2016 through Spring 2017.

You may submit two poems to the contest. Work must be original. These poems may also be considered for publication in Blackwater Review.

Do not include your name or any other identifying information in the document. Submitting through this site will enable the contest judges to locate your name with your work after pieces have been read.

First prize is $100. Second prize is $50.

The winning poem of the LaRoche Poetry Contest will be published in the 2017 issue of Blackwater Review in April. Finalists for the contest may also be considered for publication.