Posts Tagged ‘Fiction Issue’

Chatter: Stories They Tell

What you said about what we said last week.

District Line Daily: The Fiction Issue

Plus: the winners of our second annual photography contest.

There’s Still Time to Send Us Your Photos of D.C.

The deadline is Dec. 16.

Send Us Your Photos

Enter Washington City Paper's 2015 photo contest!

The Fiction Issue: Come to Our Reading at Politics & Prose

A young gay man who blackmails a closeted Congressman. A Nigerian boy and a neighborhood eccentric who's either crazy or endowed with magic. A goalie named Jesus.
Those are some of the characters in this week's Fiction Issue, the District-set contents of which come largely  from our second annual short-story contest. You can read the whole thing [...]

You! Enter Our Inaugural Photography Contest

Got an SLR? A Polaroid? An iPhone, at least? Then you’ve already satisfied the first requirement to enter Washington City Paper’s upcoming photography contest. We’re looking for photographs about or of D.C.—photos that tell a compelling story, reveal a hidden corner of the city, or simply tell us something new about life in the District. Shots [...]

Washington City Paper’s Fiction Issue: Submit!

Calling all fiction writers: On January 2, Washington City Paper will publish its second annual Fiction Issue. If you've been looking for a chance to set free your inner Edward P. Jones, Danielle Evans, or George Pelecanos, here it is.
Once again we're looking for stories that are in some way about the District. Once again, we'd prefer these stories not [...]