Splickety Publishing Group has three contest issues per year – one for each magazine: Splickety, Havok, and Spark.

For a small fee, contest entrants have a chance at big prizes (like a $100 Amazon gift card), and every entrant receives a complementary 1-year digital magazine subscription.

NEXT CONTEST DEADLINE: June 30th, 2017 – Splickety – “Whodunit?”

When a contest is open for submissions, the issue listed above will be a link to the contest entry page. The submission process for contests is different. You must use the link above and pay the contest fee in order to submit your story. Once your payment is confirmed, and your submission received, you will get a confirmation.

For information about future contest issues, check the Submission Deadlines (contest issues are listed in red) and check the Upcoming Themes for details about the theme for each contest issue.

NOTE: We also occasionally have other “contests” which are announced here on the website and/or social media.

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