In the end, our goal is to bring blood to life, to share the wonders and uncover the secrets of this remarkable entity.
Most events are installed on their deadline date, unless there is a long submission window or unless it's a rolling submission.
P=Poetry, N=Nonfiction, F=Fiction
Elevator Stories is a mixed media, thematic journal about stories. Stories that are tumultuously true or fantastically fiction.
Our goal is to tell the stories of people who feel like they often don't have a voice.
This prize boasts one of the biggest jackpots on the short story circuit for work 'with food and drink at its heart'.
Do you have a full collection of poetry on your hands? The Colorado Prize for Poetry is an international poetry book manuscript contest.
Surprise us with your fearless best!
This journal showcases work by the 'culturally amphibious'
We publish original, thought-provoking works that reflect women’s strength, sensuality, vulnerability, and wit.
Accepting submissions in fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.
All of the stories we seek will be examples of excellent journalism and storytelling: stories that are well-researched with compelling characters and that demonstrate struggle and resolution.
Whether you’re an established or emerging writer, the Askew’s Word on the Lake Writing Contest has a place for you.
Writing Contest is open to GCWA members and the public.
A Writing Contest For Querying Authors
All entries will be considered for publication, and more than one manuscript may be entered.
Now in its fourth year, the Youth Short Story category celebrates authors between the ages of thirteen and seventeen who have written a short story under 3,000 words.
We want your writing to be read. Dazzle us, take chances, and be bold.
In 2022, Arc will be awarding one $5,000 grand prize to the Poem of the Year and a $500 prize for an Honourable Mention.
Halfway Down the Stairs publishes poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction and accepts work in most genres.
The First Line is an exercise in creativity for writers and a chance for readers to see how many different directions we can take when we start from the same place.
For this issue, we seek stories of milestones, large and small.