The 2022 edition of the Madrid-based Desperate Literature Prize for Short Fiction offers a long-form manuscript consultation and more. By Porter Anderson, Editor-in-Chief | @Porter_Anderson Deadline for Submissions: April 1 n opening the 2022 Desperate Literature Prize for Short Fiction, the Madrid-based organizers of the program tell Publishing Perspectives that they have a newly arranged partnership with the United Kingdom’s …
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