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2013 Fiction Awards Competition Results

We are very pleased to announce the results of The Ledge 2013 Fiction Awards Competition:

First Prize ($1,000): "Dessert with Judge Crater" by Jacob M. Appel of New York, NY.

Second Prize ($250): "Facing Mrs. Wexley" by S.G. Fromm of Robbinsville, NJ.

Third Prize: ($100): "On Solid Ground" by Natalie Pepa of Lake Barrington, IL.

All three of these stories will be featured in the 2014 issue of The Ledge Poetry & Fiction Magazine.

2012 Poetry Chapbook Competition Results

We are pleased to announce that The Traffic of Our Lives by Jonathan Harrington of Yucatán, Mexico, is the winner of The Ledge 2012 Poetry Chapbook Award. Mr. Harringon receives a $1,000 prize and the publication of his chapbook by The Ledge Press this fall. All entrants to the 2012 Chapbook Competition will receive a copy of the chapbook upon its publication.

The Ledge Poetry Chapbook Award is given annually for an unpublished collection of poems. The winner receives a cash prize in the amount of $1,000 and 25 copies of the published chapbook. For complete guidelines to The Ledge 2013 Poetry Chapbook Competition, please click on the "Contest Guidelines " link at the left of this page.


2012 Poetry Awards Competition Results

We are pleased to announce the recipients of The Ledge 2012 Poetry Awards:

First Prize ($1,000): "On Being Warned About a Rash of Local Burglaries" by Mary Makofske of Warwick, NY.

Second Prize ($250): "Cognitive Dissonance" by Rebecca Foust of Ross, CA.

Third Prize ($100): "Outside the AIDS Clinic in Uganda" by Don Colburn of Portland, OR.

All three of these prizewinning poems will be featured in our upcoming Summer 2013 issue. We'd like to thank all of this year's entrants for helping to make this competition another successful one for our publication and press.

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