is a not-for-profit online journal. We are working to develop Vedanta in the West, and to create a sense of connection among all of us who are on a path toward self-realization. To those ends, we are exploring ways in which Western forms of art express this spiritual quest. Therefore, we are sponsoring:
The Swahananda Prizes for Short Story
This is a new competition. To understand why it is called The Swahananda Prizes, please read the material published with this invitation to enter your work.
Entries must be received no later than Saturday, October 27, 2018. We will choose six winning stories, which will be published in late January 2019 (AV #76). Winner of First Prize will receive $1,200. To get some sense of what we’re looking for, please read the accompanying note, What’s A “Spiritual” Story?
May you be well and in bright spirits,
The Swahananda Prizes
Short Story Competition Details and Entry form plus What’s a “Spiritual” Story
Swami Swahananda and His Love for Books
by Amrita M. Salm, Ph.D.
Swami Swahananda: 1921-2012
by Ann Louise Bardach
Child and the Sage