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Fiction Contest 2024: The Shortlist

Fiction Contest 2024: The Shortlist

It’s finally here! Congrats to the following six writers who were shortlisted by our judge, Sarah Bernstein, for our 2024 Fiction Contest! --- Room Magazine’s 2024 Fiction Contest Shortlist Grief, by Jaclyn Desforges We, Fleeting, by Jody Chan Apple Cake, by...

Room is Hiring a New Publisher

Room is Hiring a New Publisher

Room magazine is seeking a new publisher! The publisher is responsible for overseeing Room’s finances, grant writing, circulation, distribution, sales, and event programming. Alongside the managing editor, the publisher makes major operational decisions and co-leads...

Short Forms Contest 2023: The Winners

Short Forms Contest 2023: The Winners

We are thrilled to announce the winners of our 2023 Short Forms Contest. A huge congratulations to the following three authors whose brief and beautiful works were handpicked by esteemed judge, Tsering Yangzom Lama. We won’t keep you waiting any longer: here they are!...

Short Forms Contest 2023: The Longlist

Short Forms Contest 2023: The Longlist

It’s finally here! We are so excited to announce the longlist for our 2023 Short Forms Contest! A big thank you to our Room collective members for carefully selecting this longlist, and a big congratulations to these talented poets. --- Room Magazine’s 2023 Short...

Short Forms Contest 2023: The Longlist

Short Forms Contest 2023: The Shortlist

We are so excited to announce the 2023 Short Forms Contest shortlist! Many thanks, again, to all those who entered, and to our wonderful judge, Tsering Yangzom Lama, for reviewing the longlisted works with such careful consideration. A big congratulations to these six...

Poetry Contest 2023: The Winners

Poetry Contest 2023: The Winners

It's finally here, and we hope you're just as excited as we are. We are thrilled to announce the winners of our 2023 Poetry Contest. A huge congratulations to the following three poets whose works were handpicked by esteemed judge, John Elizabeth Stintzi. We won’t...

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