Seeks novels, memoirs, creative nonfiction, short story collections and books of poetry. Submit through electronic submissions manager. Charges $20 reading fee.
Seeks fiction, short stories, poetry and environmental essays that help foster a sustainable environment. Publishes its titles with environmentally-responsible practices and materials. Email submissions.
In recognition of up-and-coming artists, YoungArts awards • Cash prizes of up to $10,000 • Access to scholarships, professional contacts and career opportunities including the chance to appear in YoungArts MasterClass on HBO • Opportunities to participate in master classes with renowned artists such as Edward Albee and John Guare and collaborate with artists from …
Open for all writers with no limitations on the amount of poetry a writer has published. Maximum 120 pages. Most manuscripts are 40-80 pages long. Entries must be received or postmarked between Nov.1 and Dec. 31. Submit by regular mail or online submission manager.
Awarded to poets of color who have not previously published a book-length volume of poetry. Submit 25-35 page manuscript through regular mail.
Submit a previously unpublished, full-length poetry manuscript. No mandatory page count. 48 to 88 pages suggested. Submit by online submission manager or regular mail.
Submit previously unpublished poems of any length “that make something of an occasion (be it public or private) or simply mark one.” Open to Canadians or current residents of Canada. Submit from website.
Submit 1-6 unpublished poems up to 2,000 words total, with food as an ingredient. All styles welcome. Send by regular mail only.
Submit fiction, poetry or essays online between Jan. 1 and Jan. 31. Max 25 pages for fiction and nonfiction or three poems.
Free and open to the public, the conference features author readings and presentations, a film festival, fiction and poetry workshops, meet-the-author sessions and panel discussions. Featured authors and artists include Robert Pinsky, Jessica Lott, Sarah Leavitt and Brian Maxwell.