About the Rash Awards

In 2010, the Broad River Review began two new contests, called the Rash Awards, named in honor of Ron Rash, a 1976 graduate of Gardner-Webb University.  Rash’s first published work appeared in the pages of this literary review (a poem, “Last Night’s Ride” and a story, “Turtle Meat”).  Rash grew up in Boiling Springs, North Carolina, home to Gardner-Webb University, and earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Gardner-Webb and Clemson universities, respectively.

The Broad River Review accepts Rash Award contest entries from February 1 – April 15 each year. Winners of each contest receive a $500 first prize and publication in the next issue. All contest submissions will be considered for publication.

For addition details about the Rash Awards, please see the Contest Rules.

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