Cover Photo Contest
We are accepting photo entries that display the meaning of the
artist’s/photographer’s interpretation of wordriver. There is only
ONE prize that will be awarded and that is to have your photo printed as the
full cover photo placed on a volume of wordriver. The first two
issues of the journal cover were pictures of rivers taken in Yosemite National
Park and Ashland, Oregon. We are now looking for entries that are river images
from anywhere in the world or are renditions of your own interpretation of
There is a $10 per photo entry fee with unlimited entries accepted. Photos
must be the original work of the entrant. No copyrighted work will be accepted.
Photos must be in color and submitted in a 6 X 9 print or electronically (300
dpi). No prints will be returned. The photo contest is open to everyone.
Please e-mail email@example.com for
an entry blank.
wordriver is a literary journal dedicated to the poetry, short fiction and creative nonfiction of adjunct, part-time and full-time instructors teaching under a semester or yearly contract in our universities, colleges, and community colleges. Deadline is October 31 of each year.
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river words, wordrivers
in white water abandon
into the world
like tree trunks
on the crest of
snow melt floods.
in low provocative
like lovers whispering
or children laughing
in untroubled dreams.
currents turning, curving
against cutbank hollows,
in the act of stillness
by which river words