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Sweeklove

FULL DETAILS: http://bit.ly/2kbTnJd Let’s talk about love! With Valentine’s day slowly approaching and love vibes in the air, it is time for a new Sweek competition. This time for all love & romance fans: #SWEEKLOVE! Of course, other genres are more than welcome to participate, as long as your story has a love plot! TOPIC …

Published: February 10, 2017

May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize

Open to all poets, new and experienced, this annual prize is awarded for a book-length (50-80 pages) collection of poetry. The collection as a whole must be previously unpublished. All submissions go directly to this year’s judge, poet Jennifer Militello, we do not pre-screen manuscripts.

Published: January 20, 2017

States of the Union Editor’s Choice

States of the Union is a book about the results of the 2016 presidential election. We are currently seeking contributors. Non-fiction, fiction, poetry, and art will all be accepted for submission. We would be honored to hear your thoughts and capture your voice. Thanks to a patron of the arts founding our Editor’s Choice Award, …

Published: January 20, 2017

Pif Literary Magazine’s 2017 First-Line Writing Contest

Sometimes the most incredible projects are the ones we create together. That’s why this year we are excited to roll out a collaborative writing project to challenge readers and writers. We will select our favorite submissions to appear in a finished project in our end-of-the-year anthology. If you’ve never heard of a round robin, the …

Published: January 20, 2017

Pif Literary Magazine’s 2017 Round Robin Writing Contest

Sometimes the most incredible projects are the ones we create together. That’s why this year we are excited to roll out a collaborative writing project to challenge readers and writers. We will select our favorite submissions to appear in a finished project in our end-of-the-year anthology. If you’ve never heard of a round robin, the …

Published: January 20, 2017

Write About This Picture

Share your journal, essay, short story or non-fiction writing that somehow takes into account the image shown in the contest announcement. What are your thoughts on the image?

Published: January 20, 2017

Chanticleer Authors’ Conference

Unlock the Secrets to Successful Publishing at the Chanticleer Authors Conference 2017 #CAC17 The Chanticleer Book Reviews Authors Conference and 2016 Awards Ceremony and Banquet, and 3-Day Book Room will take place at the Hotel Bellwether located in Bellingham, Wash. on Fri. March 29, Sat. April 1, and Sunday, April 2, 2017, at Squalicum Harbor …

Published: January 20, 2017

Seaside Writers Conference

Conference Dates for the 2017 Seaside Writers Conference: May 14th-May 21st, 2017 DEADLINES FOR FINANCIAL AID (SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS): March 20th, 2017 2017 HEADLINE AUTHORS CHRIS OFFUTT & ANTONYA NELSON ​ SWC Welcomes our new Fiction Workshop Faculty Members: ANTON DISCLAFANI (Fiction) & MICHELLE TEA (Creative Non-Fiction) & Special Guest Editor MARGAUX WEISMAN (HARPERCOLLINS) & …

Published: January 20, 2017

Swanwick Writers’ Summer School

Swanwick Summer School is a week-long programme for writers of all ages, abilities and genres. Featuring courses, workshops, guest speakers, panels and one-to-one sessions, it offers you the opportunity to learn new skills, explore your creativity, perform your poetry, sing, act, dance, laugh, or even write. Prices start from £465 and the cost includes full …

Published: January 20, 2017

Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival

The Tennessee Williams Literary Festival was founded by a group of local citizens who aimed to celebrate the culture of New Orleans. Starting as a two-day festival, they honored the creative Tennessee Williams, who called New Orleans his spiritual home. Today, the festival spans over five days and brings together over 130 authors, actors, and …

Published: January 12, 2017