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PRISM international. PRISM has a total of three contests: the Creative Non-Fiction, Short Fiction, and Poetry contests, open to all.

PRISM international

In addition, the Earle Birney Prize for Poetry is presented to one outstanding poet published in the magazine. All contests: Each entry includes a one-year subscription or subscription extension for PRISM international, beginning with the contest issue (Spring 2015 for Non-Fiction and Summer 2015 for Fiction/Poetry). All 1st prize winners will be published in PRISM, and runners-up will be published at the discretion of the editors. All other entries will be considered for publication as regular submissions (for the possibility of publication in other issues of PRISM). Please see below for details on each contest. If you have any questions, please contact promotions@prismmagazine.ca. Aerogramme Writers' Studio$20,000 for a 100 Word Story: The Museum of Words Flash Fiction Contest. The Cesar Egido Serrano Foundation’s fourth ‘Museum of Words’ international flash fiction contest is now accepting entries.

Aerogramme Writers' Studio$20,000 for a 100 Word Story: The Museum of Words Flash Fiction Contest

The competition is for very short fiction pieces of up to a maximum of 100 words. The winner will receive a prize of $20,000, with three runners-up each receiving $2000. This contest is open to writers from all countries and entries are accepted in four languages: English, Spanish, Arabic and Hebrew. The slogan for the 2014 contest is ‘Mandela: Words and Concord’ but there are no subject or genre restrictions. All stories entered must be original and unpublished.

Short Fiction Contest. Hunger Mountain - VCFA Journal of the Arts. What is the Ruth Stone Poetry Prize?

Hunger Mountain - VCFA Journal of the Arts

An annual poetry contest. A chance for your poems to be read by Hunger Mountain editors and guest judges. What will the winner receive? Submit Your Work - Minerva Rising Literary JournalMinerva Rising Literary Journal. Contests. Literal Latté currently offers five — count ‘em, FIVE — annual writing contests.

Contests

The deadline dates given below apply every year, so there’s always a contest just around the corner. Spark: A Creative Anthology. Gemini Magazine Poetry Open. The Lascaux Review. “Waiting,” pastel on paper, by Edgar Degas, 1882.

The Lascaux Review

The Lascaux Prize in Flash Fiction The Lascaux Prize in Flash Fiction is presently open for submissions. Stories may be previously published or unpublished, and simultaneous submissions are accepted. The winner receives $1,000 and publication in The Lascaux Review. Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art - Bartleby Snopes Dialogue Only Writing Contest. All entries are now closed.

Bartleby Snopes Dialogue Only Writing Contest

Please follow our Contest blog for further updates. 6th Annual Dialogue Only Rules and Guidelines (Updated September 16th, 2014) Story Submission Guidelines - Get Published! We can’t wait to read your stories!

Story Submission Guidelines - Get Published!

StoryShelter is putting together our first book of short personal stories called I Am Here. The Untold Stories of Everyday People. The Diana Woods Memorial Award - Lunch Ticket. Diana Woods About the award Lunch Ticket is honored to serve as the host for the Diana Woods Memorial Award in Creative Nonfiction.

The Diana Woods Memorial Award - Lunch Ticket

Author Diana Woods exuded unwavering intellectual curiosity, pursuing and receiving secondary degrees in law, social work, political science, and most recently, creative writing. She received her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in creative writing from Antioch University Los Angeles in 2011 at the age of 70. Diana was born on May 31, 1941 in Long Beach, California and passed on November 2, 2012 at the age of 71 from a recurrent battle with ovarian cancer.

The Diana Woods Memorial (DWM) Award in creative nonfiction was established in Diana’s memory by her family, friends, and the Antioch University Los Angeles MFA community. Twice each year an author of a work of creative nonfiction will be selected for the DWM award by the Woods family, a member of the AULA MFA faculty in creative nonfiction, and a special guest judge. Very Short Fiction Award. The Bevel Summers Prize for the Short Short Story. Short-Story Award for New Writers. Submit — roving brooklyn. 25 (More) Publication Opportunities for Emerging Writers. Submit to The Baltimore Review. Please review the editors' preferences and tips to writers.

Submit to The Baltimore Review

We may not be able to completely pin down what we want—and we do want to be taken pleasantly by surprise—but you may find the quotes helpful. When you submit your work, please include a brief bio to introduce yourself. If your work is accepted for publication, we ask only for the right to publish it for the first time, on the Web and in print. Barely South Review » Submission Guidelines. WRITERS' GUIDELINES. Spires - Intercollegiate Arts and Literary Magazine. Red Hen Press Poetry Award. Congratulations to Sam Witt, the 2013 Red Hen Press Poetry Award winner.

Red Hen Press Poetry Award

His poem, “Little Doomsday Clock,” will be published in a future issue of The Los Angeles Review. View all the 2013 winners Here. Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry-Prizes. Zoetrope: All-Story: Contests. Many thanks to all who entered the 2016 Short Fiction Contest. We appreciate the opportunity to read your work. From more than two thousand submissions, guest judge Anthony Marra honored the following stories. First Prize:“Seeing Diane Arbus” by Lindsay Zibach (Los Angeles, CA) This story brought to mind the last lines of Denis Johnson’s Jesus’ Son: “All these weirdos, and me getting a little better every day right in the midst of them. I had never known, never even imagined for a heartbeat, that there might be a place for people like us.” —Anthony Marra Second Prize:“Permaculture” by Shay Azoulay (Tel Aviv, Israel)

The Greensboro Review: Contest. Yearly Postmark Deadline of September 15. Winners of the Fiction and Poetry Prizes will each receive a $1000 cash award and publication in The Greensboro Review. 1 Entries must be previously unpublished and will not be returned. We do accept simultaneous submissions. Please let us know if your work is accepted elsewhere.

Contests. Each year, Boston Review runs competitions in poetry and fiction. We also partner with the Unterberg Poetry Center/92nd Street Y to publish the winner of the annual “Discovery”/Boston Review poetry contest. We strongly encourage online submissions for our poetry and short story contests, with payment via credit card. Contestants also may submit entries via postal mail but will not receive acknowledgement of successful submission. Howard Frank Mosher Short Fiction Prize. What is the Howard Frank Mosher Short Fiction Prize? An annual contest for short fiction. A chance for your fiction to be read by Hunger Mountain editors and guest judges! Strange Horizons Fiction Submission Guidelines. Last significant content update: 18 January 2013 Fiction editors: Brit Mandelo Julia Rios An Owomoyela Guidelines at a Glance We want: Speculative fiction, broadly defined.

The Lost & Found Show. Publishing Genius Submission Manager. Internship Programs. Fiction Submissions - Carve Magazine. Find Creative Writing Contests, Poetry Contests & Grants. FTF Teen Travel Writing Scholarship Information and Rules 2013. Brooklynbookfestival.tumblr. The Bevel Summers Prize for the Short Short Story. The Fountain Magazine. And the winners are.. Evaluations for our 2013 Essay Contest have finally been concluded. Congratulations to all winners who were selected by a jury of writers, scholars, and editors. 1st Place - The Only Memory by Magdalena Rusanova, Leiden, Netherlands 2nd Place - Embrace Mortality by Noble Lee, Houston, MN, USA 3rd Place - Mother Always Told Me by Janet Fichter, Lakewood, USA Honorable Mention - Missing Pieces by Caroline Lancaster, Greenville, South Carolina, USA Honorable Mention - The Watermelon Towel by Elizabeth Harmatys Park, Burlington, Wisconsin, USA We thank each one of the participants and appreciate all contributions.

The Fountain Editorial Board. Chicago Artists Resource. Submissions - Go World Travel Magazine. Gigantic Sequins. Fiction Open. American Literary Review - Contests. Contest Rules and Regulations. Mangrove - Contest. The Short Fiction Contest. View Internship - Bookjobs.com. Do you eat, sleep and breathe stories? Do you know your Cheever from your Carver from your Chandler?

Have you read everything Edgar Allen Poe ever wrote? Wait. View Internship - Bookjobs.com. Internships are available at all times of the year. View Internship - Bookjobs.com. View Internship - Bookjobs.com. View Internship - Bookjobs.com. Book Pubishing/Editorial InternLocation: Coupeville, Whidbey Island, Washington State.