The Malahat Review, Canada’s premier literary magazine, invites entries from Canadian, American, and overseas authors for our annual Open Season Awards. An exciting spring showcase of literary excellence, Open Season bestows a prize of $1,000 in each of three marquee categories: poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction. Poetry: no longer than 100 lines, each poem, …
Send unpublished essays, max 8,000 words, by regular mail. All topics accepted and considered for publication.
Submit prose, creative nonfiction or poetry on the topic of tobacco. Max 500 words. Submit by regular mail or online submission manager.
Submit fiction or nonfiction up to 22 pages or one to three poems (max 10 pages) using the online submission manager. Creative nonfiction judged by Jill Christman, poetry judged by Mark Neely and fiction judged by Rachel Basch.
Submit a vivid and dramatic nonfiction essay on the topic of “waiting,” max 4,000 words. Seeks “well-crafted true stories of delays, postponements and pauses that explore and examine our relationship with time.” Submit online or by regular mail.
Submit one fiction or nonfiction submission, max 7,000 words, or up to three poems. Judged by Richard Siken (poetry), Lily Hoang (fiction/prose) and Kiese Laymon (nonfiction).
Submit original fiction or nonfiction of up to 6,000 words or submit 3-5 poems or one long poem of at least five pages. The theme is TBD. Submit online only.
Offers three prizes for short fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry. Submit via online submission manager only.
We are pleased to announce the 2014 Donghwa: East Meets West International Essay Competition. Since 2004, Dongwha Cultural Foundation has been promoting East Asian culture, philosophy, and art through our educational programs. Through this annual international essay competition, Donghwa hopes to provide an intellectual and creative forum that empowers young voices and broadens the dialogue …
The Malahat Review, Canada’s premier literary magazine, invites entries from Canadian, American, and overseas authors for its Constance Rooke Creative Nonfiction Prize. The Constance Rooke CNF Prize is awarded to the best work submitted to the magazine’s annual contest for a genre that embraces, but is not limited to, the personal essay, memoir, narrative nonfiction, …