The Frost Place Conference on Poetry and Teaching brings together hard-working classroom teachers and highly skilled poet/teachers to share their experiences of how poetry is most effectively presented in the classroom. Both graduate and continuing education credit are available. Please see website for more information.
A 6-day, all-included workshop for writers in all genres working on a novel or creative nonfiction book. Instructional classes, one-on-one consultations, group critique sessions, guest speakers, special activities, all focused on your work in progress. Held at a retreat center and spa in Southeast Wisconsin. The WWA is a 64-year-old volunteer organization of writers, promoting …
Accepting entries for the Banff Centre Bliss Carman Poetry Award and Short Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction Contests. Fiction entries should be one story of up to 10,000 words; creative nonfiction is one article up to 5,000 words. One poetry entry can be one, two or three poems with a total max of 150 lines.
Semiannual contest for unpublished chapbooks or poems or short stories 16-36 pages long. Submission period: April 1-May 31 and Sept. 1-Oct. 31 via online submission manager.
Offers three prizes for short fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. Submit via online submission manager only.
Sponsored by Tom Howard Books, the contest is open for poems in any style or theme. The Margaret Reid Prize awards poems with regular meter and/or rhyme or is written in a recognized poetic form. The Tom Howard Prize is given to the best poem of any style.
Awarded annually to the two best book-length manuscripts of original poetry submitted in an open competition. Submissions are considered for both prizes. Submit manuscripts between 60 and 90 pages. Submission period Sept. 1-30.
Entries must be previously unpublished and fiction entries should be no longer than 25 typed, double-spaced pages. Poetry entries can include any number of poems up to 10 pages. Submit via Submittable or regular mail (make sure to mark outside of envelope “Fiction” or “Poetry”).
Submit original, unpublished, free verse poems from 10 lines to two pages in English. Reading period: April 1 to Sept. 15. Hard copy entries via regular mail only.
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 “Elemental.” Submit online only. Contest judges: Poetry, judged by John Daniel Fiction, judged by Teague Bohlen Nonfiction, judged by Kathryn Miles