Submit up to 10 unpublished haiku on three separate 3×5 cards. Contest held by the Haiku Society of America.
Submit an unpublished collection of poetry or short stories by online submission manager. Open to any writer who has not yet published a full-length collection of short stories or poems. Submission period: July 1-Aug. 31. 45-90 pages for poetry, 120-280 pages for fiction.
Submit short story, 2,500 words max; personal essay/memoir, 2,500 words max; or poetry, 40 lines max. Send four copies of each entry. All winning entries will be published in the 2013 edition of SSA’s The Story Teller. All entries will receive judge’s comments.
We accept all styles, genres, fiction, nonfiction, poetry, etc. (Please, no pornography.)
Building on the Work Center’s tradition of creative excellence and community, 24PearlStreet offers an engaging online learning experience led by nationally recognized poets and writers. At 24PearlStreet, you can focus on doing your best work under the guidance of exceptional faculty, no matter where you are or what your schedule. The program runs in three …
Spend a week at “intensive poetry camp” with writers who are deeply committed to learning more about the craft of writing poetry. The Frost Place Poetry Conference is a daily immersion in listening, reflection, and conversation about the writing and reading of poetry.
Breathe ~ Create ~ Transform Elephant Rock Summer Solstice Retreat for Writing and Yoga June 16 – June 21, 2013 Beautiful and Secluded Stout’s Island Lodge, Wisconsin Be ignited by summer’s fiery muse. Be challenged and inspired … and laugh – a lot! – while becoming a fertile ground for creativity as you tap into …
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 …