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WHAT WE PUBLISH
Stone Canoe considers for inclusion previously unpublished works of short fiction, creative nonfiction, short plays, poems, and works of visual art created by people who live or have lived in Upstate New York. For simplicity's sake, we current define "Upstate" as that portion of the state which is outside of New York City and Long Island.
All submissions to Stone Canoe must adhere to the following guidelines. Submissions not meeting these guidelines will not be considered for publication.
Work must be submitted through the "Submittable" web-based submission service. Click here to submit work through Submittable.
All submissions sent outside of our reading period, or sent through email or by regular mail, will not be considered.
Our current reading period (for Stone Canoe #17, 2023) will be open until July.
All submissions must include a biographical note which clearly details the contributor's current or past residency in the eligible region of New York State. Please put this information first in your biographical note, and follow it with any additional information you wish to share. Submissions which do not clearly demonstrate the contributor's connection to our region will not be considered for publication.
For genre-specific guidelines, please visit the Submittable.com page.
STONE CANOE PRIZES FOR WRITERS & ARTISTS
Each year, Stone Canoe offers cash prizes to emerging writers and artists, made possible through the generosity of our donors and supporters.
There is no entry fee or alternate submission process required; all works by emerging artists are considered for the prizes in their genre. For the purposes of these awards, writers are considered "emerging" if they have not yet published a full-length book of work; we consider an artist "emerging" if they have neither published a book nor had a solo show at a major institution.
Our prizes depend on the generosity of sponsors; it is possible that awards may be altered or canceled if a sponsor is not available.
2022 Prizes (for Stone Canoe #16)
- Rachel Furey won the 2022 Robert Colley Prize for Fiction for her story "CPR."
- BEE LB won the 2022 Bea Gonzalez Prize for Poetry for their poem "moral fallacy."
2021 Prizes (for Stone Canoe #15)
- Ethan Gormley won the 2021 Robert Colley Prize for Fiction for his story "Regulator."
- B. Fulton Jennes won the 2021 Bea Gonzalez Prize for Poetry for two poems.
2020 Prizes (for Stone Canoe #14)
- E.S. Love won the 2020 Robert Colley Prize for Fiction for his story "Dancing with My Daughter."
- Danny Bunyavong won the 2020 Bea Gonzalez Prize for Poetry for his poem "Where the Dead May Speak."
2019 Prizes (for Stone Canoe #13)
- Kendra Langdon Juskus of Durham, NC won the 2019 Bea Gonzalez Prize for Poetry for a group of poems.
- Bo Ledwith of Binghamton, NY won the Robert Colley Prize for Fiction for her story “The Hunting Party.”
- Daniel Eastman of Allentown, PA won the S. I. Newhouse School Prize for Creative Nonfiction for his essay “The Anomaly of West Virginia.”
2018 Prizes (for Stone Canoe #12)
The 2018 S.I. Newhouse School Prize for Creative Nonfiction is awarded to Brenna Fitzgerald for her essay "Roads to and from Nogales."
The 2018 Robert Colley Prize for Fiction is awarded to Katherine Rooks for her story "One More Thing."
The 2018 Bea Gonzalez Prize for Poetry is awarded to Kelly Cass Falzone for a group of three poems.
The 2018 Hedy and Michael Fawcett Prize for Visual Art is awarded to Sarah Cross, for her series of images.
2017 Prizes (for Stone Canoe #11)
The 2017 S.I. Newhouse School Prize for Creative Nonfiction is awarded to Jacqueline Kirkpatrick for her memoir "On a Last Name."
The 2017 Allen and Nirelle Galson Prize for Fiction is awarded to Matt Tompkins for his story "<3."
The 2017 Bea Gonzalez Prize for Poetry is awarded to Jennifer Hu for her poem "Woman: The Revelation."
The 2017 Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) Writing Prize is awarded to Vince Gotera for his poem "Army Wife."
The 2017 Hedy and Michael Fawcett Prize for Visual Art is awarded to Doug Baird for his series of images.
2016 Prizes (for Stone Canoe #10)
The 2016 S.I. Newhouse School Prize for Creative Nonfiction is awarded to K.C. Wolfe for his memoir "Overcorrection"
The 2016 Allen and Nirelle Galson Prize for Fiction is awarded to Anneliese Schultz for her story "Rockaway"
The 2016 Bea Gonzalez Prize for Poetry is awarded to Richard Parisio for his poem "Father and Son Raking Leaves"
The 2016 Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) Writing Prize is awarded to Marc Levy for this essay "The Quiet Time."
The 2016 Hedy and Michael Fawcett Prize for Visual Art is awarded to Robert Knight for his series of photographs.