The Spokane Prize for Short Fiction is an annual contest run out of the MFA at Eastern Washington University's small press, Willow Springs Books. Each year, the winner receives $2000 and publication. Submissions are accepted January through June.

Separate forms are available for purchasing Elsa Nekola's 2020 Sustainable Living and Nickalus Rupert's 2019 Bosses of Light and Sound. 


2020 Sustainable Living by Elsa Nekola

2019 Bosses of Light and Sound by Nickalus Rupert 

2018 things we'll need for the coming difficulties by Valerie Vogrin

2017 A Kind of Solitude by Dariel Suarez

2016 Suffering Fools by Glori Simmons  

2015 Ventroloquisms by Jaclyn Watterson

2014 Swimming in Hong Kong by Stephanie Han

2013 Here Among Strangers by Serena Crawford

2012 All the Wrong Places by Molly Giles

2011 The Empty House by Nathan Oates

2010 You Are Not Alone by Sherril Jaffe

2009 Love Songs for the Quarantined by K.L. Cook

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