Poetry

Epiphany Magazine Spring Contest

Epiphany has published a Nobel Prize winner and helped an unpublished writer become a National Book Award Finalist. Anything goes. This is our annual spring contest. This year, the categories are: – Fiction, judged by Rebecca Curtis – Nonfiction, judged by Kathryn Harrison – Poetry, judged by Vijay Seshadri – Under 30 (prose), judged by …

Published: January 13, 2016

Wonders of Nature Poetry Competition

To be in with a chance of winning, write a poem about an aspect of nature. You can use the photo published on the website for inspiration or, just become inspired by the natural world around you. You have a maximum of 40 lines. Your poem must be unique and previously unpublished. Check out all …

Published: January 7, 2016

Carteret Writers 2016 Contest

CARTERET WRITERS’ 25th annual contest is open to submissions from Jan. 1 through Mar. 8, 2016. Categories include flash fiction, fiction, nonfiction, poetry and children’s. You need not be a member of Carteret Writers to enter. All judging is blind.

Published: January 1, 2016

Indiana Review

Now in its 38th year of publication, Indiana Review is a non-profit literary magazine dedicated to showcasing the talents of emerging and established writers. Our mission is to offer the highest quality writing within a wide aesthetic. As a biannual literary review, IR considers previously unpublished fiction, poetry, essays and art. IR is edited and managed …

Published: December 31, 2015

Wildness

Wildness wants work that evokes the unknown. The lostness; the distance. We want stories that linger just out of reach. We want to follow you into the blue that’s nestled inside your dreams. We are currently looking for poetry, prose, essays, art and photography. Please send your work to us using the email address: [email protected]

Published: December 30, 2015

KYSO Flash “Triple F” Writing Challenge

KYSO Flash (Knock-Your-Socks-Off Art and Literature) announces a writing-prompt challenge of three words: fierce, flicker and fool. Accepted from writers worldwide: micro-fiction, prose poetry, haibun stories, tanka tales and lineated poetry, both free and formal verse. Innovative works welcome. Cash prizes. Winners and finalists published online in spring and in our print anthology next fall; …

Published: December 25, 2015

Best Writing About Love

What does LOVE mean to you? We want your fiction, non-fiction, poetry or artwork, exploring love in any of its myriad expressions: romantic, platonic, parental and more. We know there is a whole world of love out there. Write it. Draw it. Paint it. Then send it in. All submitted works must be original and …

Published: December 20, 2015

TMCC Writers’ Conference

Meet outstanding creative leaders who will help you hone your craft, better market your work and explore your publishing options. Some of the topics include writing successful query letters, instilling authenticity into your work, building anticipation, going from self-published to a major publishing house, screenwriting and much more. Our list of presenters and literary agents includes …

Published: December 19, 2015

Winter Poetry & Prose Getaway

WINTER POETRY & PROSE GETAWAY Supportive. Energizing. Inspiring. January 15-18, 2016 Stockton Seaview Hotel, Atlantic City, NJ, area Special Guests: Stephen Dunn and Thomas Lux Advance your craft and energize your writing at the 23rd Annual Winter Getaway. Enjoy challenging and supportive workshops, insightful feedback and an encouraging community. Choose from fiction, nonfiction, memoir, screenwriting and …

Published: December 15, 2015

The Writer’s Hotel Master Class in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry

Via The Writer’s Hotel, you’ll take writing from your desk to the publishing marketplace, right in the heart of New York City. Before you arrive in NYC for the conference on site, TWH editors read each target manuscript twice. TWH editors also work to connect writers with publishing opportunities. The Writer’s Hotel is the writing …

Published: December 14, 2015