The T. S. Eliot Prize for Poetry
The T. S. Eliot Prize for Poetry is an annual award for the best unpublished book-length collection of poetry in English, in honor of native Missourian T. S. Eliot’s considerable intellectual and artistic legacy. The purpose of the T. S. Eliot Prize is to publish and promote contemporary English-language poetry, regardless of a poet’s nationality, reputation, stage in career, or publication history.
The winning author will receive $2,000 and publication of the winning collection. All entrants will receive a complimentary electronic or print edition of the winning book.
The Chariton Review Short Fiction Prize
An annual award for the best unpublished short fiction on any theme up to 5,000 words in English.
The author will receive $1,000, and the winning story will be published in The Chariton Review. Three finalists will also be published in the Spring issue. All U.S. entrants will receive a complimentary copy of the Spring prize issue.