Category: Contests

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The Pros and Cons of Writing Contests

Author: redswrap The Pros and Cons of Writing Contests The title suggests I’m a veteran of writing contests. I’m not. I’ve only entered two and I’m in the middle of the second one. Both are Yeah Write Super Challenge contests with three rounds, each requiring response to a prompt. The better...
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December 2016/January 2017 Writing Contests

Author: rpoli3 December 2016/January 2017 Writing Contests December 2016 Type: Fiction (Short Short Story) Hosted by: Writer’s Digest Deadline: December 15, 2016 Entry Fee: $20 Type: Flash fiction, nonfiction, or poetry Hosted by: Redivider Deadline: December 15, 2016 Entry Fee: $6 Type: Nonfiction (Inspiration for Teachers) Hosted by: Chicken Soup for
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October/November 2016 Writing Contests

Author: rpoli3 October/November 2016 Writing Contests October 2016 Type: Fiction (use characters picture as a prompt) Hosted by: FanStory Deadline: October 5, 2016 Entry Fee: $10 Type: Nonfiction (Inspiration for Teachers) Hosted by: Chicken Soup for the Soul Deadline: October 30, 2016 Entry Fee: None Type: Short Story (New Writers only)
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November/December 2016 Writing Contests

Author: rpoli3 November/December 2016 Writing Contests November 2016 Type: Fiction (Short Short Story) Hosted by: Writer’s Digest Deadline: November 15, 2016 (early-bird) Entry Fee: $20 Type: Fiction (Fall) Hosted by: The Masters Review Deadline: November 15, 2016 Entry Fee: $20 Type: Fiction/Nonfiction (Fall) Hosted by: Narrative Magazine Deadline: November 30, 2016
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August/September 2016 Writing Contests

Author: rpoli3 August/September 2016 Writing Contests August 2016 Type: Nonfiction (Dreams and Synchronicities) Hosted by: Chicken Soup for the Soul Deadline: August 31, 2016 Entry Fee: None Type: Nonfiction (The Spirit of Canada) Hosted by: Chicken Soup for the Soul Deadline: August 31, 2016 Entry Fee: None Type: Very Short Fiction
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Writing Contests: Tamara Bordon Tells Her Story

Author: jamesduckett Writing Contests: Tamara Bordon Tells Her StoryGuest Post by Tamara Bordon: Tamara graduated with a BA in Latin American Studies from Brigham Young University. She discovered a love for writing in 2007 when a children’s book magically morphed into a young adult fantasy novel. She has been published in
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32 Writing Contests in April 2016 – No Entry Fees

Author: illuminitecaliginosus 32 Writing Contests in April 2016 – No Entry Fees (reblogged from Publishing and Other Forms of Insanity) There are loads of free literary contests in April, some with substantial prizes. All genres and forms are included, from humorous poetry, to short fiction, to full length-works, both published and...
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February/March 2016 Writing Contests

Author: illuminitecaliginosus February/March 2016 Writing Contests (reblogged from Rachel Poli) February 2016 Type: Poetry and/or Short Story Hosted by: Westmoreland Deadline: February 16, 2016 Entry Fee: $10 Type: Flash Fiction Hosted By: Fish Publishing Deadline: February 28, 2016 Entry Fee: $14 Type: Short Story (new writers only) Hosted By: Glimmer Train...
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writing contests

Author: chasingcollegedreams I’ve gotten a few questions about writing contests recently, so here’s a list of good ones to submit to! Scholastic Art and Writing Awards: open to grades 7-12; has the most writing categories out of any competition on this list including fiction, poetry, dramatic script, novel excerpt, journalism,...
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November/December Writing Contests

Author: rpoli3 Here is a reminder for contests in November 2015. Below are contest deadlines in December 2015. November 2015: Type: Short Short Story Hosted by: Writer’s Digest Deadline: November 16, 2015 (early-bird) Entry Fee: $20 Type: Angels and Miracles Hosted by: Chicken Soup Deadline: November 30, 2015 Entry Fee:
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Writing Contests That Don’t Rip You Off

Author: readerswritersjournal Writing Contests That Don’t Rip You Off #writingcontests #writers Legitimate Writing Contests: How to Spot Them & Where to Enter There are hundreds of writing contests out there and, sadly, many of them are designed primarily to make the contest’s sponsor richer. The Internet, it seems, has spawned...
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No Entry Fee Writing and Poetry Contests

Author: writingcareer I invite you to visit my other websites where I maintain updated directories of writing and poetry contests that do not charge entry or reading fees. 1. Creative Writing Contests with NO Entry FeesAt FreelanceWriting.com, I continually add the most worthwhile creative writing contests. 2. Poetry Writing Contests...
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2 writing contests you don’t want to miss

Author: lisagodfrees 2 writing contests you don’t want to miss #specfic #forwriters Hello, writer friends. I wanted to make sure that you were aware of two contests that are currently ongoing. These are both fantastic because they not only hone story writing skills, but part of the prize is publication....
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Pets Add Life Hosts Children’s Poetry Contests; Deadline Jan. 31

Author: mrswatersenglish Pets Add Life Hosts Children’s Poetry Contests; Deadline Jan. 31 #elaok Do your students love their pets — and poetry? Encourage them to enter the 7th Annual Pets Add Life Children’s Poetry Contest beginning September 1, 2014 through January 31, 2015. Students in grades 3rd-8th are encouraged to
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FreelanceWriting.com’s eNewsletter for Writers and Poets

Author: writingcareer Yesterday evening I posted a new issue of FreelanceWriting.com‘s eNewsletter for Writers and Poets. It contains links to new articles we have published at our site, a handful of new writing and poetry contests, writer’s guidelines of magazines that pay writers for articles, and several special editorial announcements....
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Sundog Lit Issue 8 and First Annual Writing Contests Are Open

Author: sfsucw Sundog Lit invites submissions for Issue 8 and its First Annual Sundog Lit Contest Series, with winners in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Fiction is judged by Mary Miller. Nonfiction is judged by Elena Passarello. Elisa Gabbert will judge poetry. Submit one story or essay or up to 3