“New Delta Review” Award for Photography call for entries!
Deadline: October 1, 2015
The New Delta Review is very excited to announce their third annual Award for Photography, judged this year by writer, documentary filmmaker, photographer, and editor Tara Wray. Tara Wray serves currently as the Photography Editor for Hobart and is the director of two feature length films.
Tara Wray will select one body of work (between 5-11 images) from amongst our finalist, who will be awarded $400, publication in our feature issue, and a brief statement about the work by our judge. Accolades may include an interview in our blog.
Please help us spread the word about this exciting opportunity for photographers to share and publish their work with our readers.
Judge: Tara Wray
Prize: $400 & publication in the Winter 2015 Issue of New Delta Review
Entry Fee: $10
About the judge: Tara Wray is a writer, documentary filmmaker, and photographer. She is the director of two feature length films: Manhattan, Kansas, an autobiographical documentary that won the Audience Award at the 2006 SXSW film festival; and Cartoon College, about a school for aspiring comic book artists, which screened at festivals around the world and can now be seen on iTunes and VOD. She is the recipient of a Jerome Foundation New York City Media Arts Award and has received funding from the Anthony Radziwill Documentary Fund, LEF New England, the Vermont Arts Endowment, the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. Her short fiction has appeared in Black Warrior Review, Fiction, Sycamore Review, Gulf Coast, and others. She has self-published two photo books: Each One Wonderful, a collection of dogs in New York City, and most recently Come Again When You Can’t Stay So Long, an autobiographical work that was named one of the 2014 best photo books of the year by FlakPhoto. She lives in Vermont with her husband and identical twin sons. She blogs at Tara Wray Photography. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.