Apologies to everyone who was interested, but The River is unfortunately cancelling our podcast contest. If you would still like to submit a podcast for normal publication on The River, … Continue Reading Podcast Contest Cancelled
The River had extended the podcast contest deadline to Wednesday, December 5! As a reminder, the contest guidelines: Your podcast needs to be: mp3 audio file 15 minutes or less … Continue Reading Podcast Contest Deadline Extended!
If you haven’t heard, we’re hosting a podcast contest! So in thinking about the contest, you may be wondering: “How do I even make a podcast?” Well, good news! We’ve … Continue Reading Podcasting Resources
Come join us at The Landing at 7:30 pm on October 18th for The Sandy River Review’s Worst Writing contest! For this contest you will be given a prompt and you … Continue Reading Worst Writing Contest
Hello all, The River is having a podcast contest and we want you to submit! For this contest the podcast has to fifteen minutes or less and you have to … Continue Reading The Sandy River Review Podcast Contest
Some day. It’s what we all want really, to believe that that kind of love is more than a campfire story. Sometimes, we want to believe in ghosts.
This piece is the winner of the The River’s 2018 Dramatic Works Contest! AURELIA OF THE CROWS by Carter Aimone The setting is 1900 New York and centers on the … Continue Reading Aurelia of the Crows
This piece is a runner up in The River’s 2018 Dramatic Works Contest. THE DOOR by Hannah Calkin Characters: ALLISON MILLS: Late 20s. Plain, eccentric, anxious. JASON FISHER: Mid … Continue Reading The Door
This piece is a runner up in The River’s 2018 Dramatic Works Contest. “Smoke Break” by Zack Peercy Setting: a river bank. At Rise: Travis and Dan (early 20’s) enter. … Continue Reading Smoke Break
We are proud to announce The River’s first ever dramatic works contest! Dramatic works (screenplays and stage play scripts) are a genre we have started accepting only recently and would love to … Continue Reading Announcing The River’s 2018 Dramatic Works Contest!