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“Les Coquelicots,” oil on canvas, by Claude Monet, 1873.

The Lascaux Review provides a showcase for emerging and established writers and artists. Lascaux (rhymes with “Bordeaux”) seeks stories, poems, essays, and works of art that share a message and have a broad appeal. The Review nominates work for the Pushcart Prize, Best of the Net, Best New Poets, Million Writers Award, and other honors as appropriate.

Annual contests are conducted in very short (250-word) fiction, flash (1000-word) fiction, short fiction, and poetry. Prizes are also awarded to novels and poetry collections. See the Contests page for more information.

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Stephen ParrishEditor

Wendy RussManaging Editor

Camille GriepSenior Editor

Alissa GrossoAssistant Editors
Mindy Tarquini

Paul LiadisTechnical Editors
Sarah Specht
Aniket Thakkar

Ginny Hatfield, Ph.D.Resident Archeologist

Peter DudleyAdvisory Board
Erica Orloff
Jennifer Zobair

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See the Submissions page for submission requirements. General inquiries may be made to lascauxreview at gmail dot com.

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The 2017 Lascaux Prize in Flash Fiction is open for submissions. Winner receives $1000. Winner and all finalists will appear in The 2018 Lascaux Prize Anthology.

Visit the contests page for more information.


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