BrickHouse Books is delighted to announce that Sheila Squillante has won the 2020 Wicked Woman Prize for her manuscript, Mostly Human. A book release and two readings are scheduled, one at the Arts Club of Washington and one at the Pratt Library in Baltimore, which will feature contest judge Katherine Young. Congratulations Sheila!
We are nearly at the halfway point for the Wicked Woman Book Prize competition. Check out our Submissions page for more information, and remember: the contest closes in January!
It’s not too late to RSVP for the Chelsea Creek release party with Linda Quinlan, winner of the inaugural Wicked Woman Book Prize!
Join us tomorrow at noon at the Arts Club of Washington for a reading from Chelsea Creek, followed by a luncheon. The event is open to the public. The reading is free, but the luncheon requires tickets.
We’ll see you there!
Get your wicked poetry manuscripts ready! The second annual Wicked Woman Book Prize competition will open for submissions on September 3, 2019, and close on January 3, 2020. Esteemed poet Katherine E. Young is this year’s judge. Winners receive $250 and publication of their submitted manuscript by BrickHouse Books.
For more information on submission guidelines, the Wicked Woman theme, this year’s judge, and competitions past, please visit our Wicked Woman Book Prize page.
And don’t forget to join us on September 12 for the Chelsea Creek release party at the Arts Club of Washington! Chelsea Creek by Linda Quinlan was the inaugural winner of the Wicked Woman Book Prize.