The Adirondack Review offers two literary contests per year: the Fulton Prize for Short Fiction, and the 46er Prize for Poetry. The winner of each contest will receive $400 and publication in an issue of The Adirondack Review; select runners-up will receive $30 and will also be published.
Contest submission periods are as follows:
Fulton Prize: March 1 - May 31
46er Prize: September 1 - November 30
Please visit our submissions page at Submittable for more information.
Thank you for your support!
Fun Fact: The Fulton Prize gets its name from the beautiful Fulton Chain of Lakes in the central Adirondacks, and the 46er Prize refers to the forty-six major peaks of the Adirondacks. Hikers who reach all forty-six summits are deemed "Forty-sixers."