You fully own the rights of your wondrous hard-worked short stories! Winners grant The Short Story Project the right to publish winning short stories online. … Read More “Short Story Competition 2018: My Best Story”
Write a poem that has exactly 20 syllables to enter this poetry contest. You can write about anything. Just ensure that your poem has 20 … Read More “20 Syllables Poetry Contest”
What makes your fiction stand out? When we read stories, we often note their strength in a certain element of craft. Perhaps the setting—a place … Read More “CRAFT Elements Fiction Contest”
Can you write a poem with only 6 words? The challenge for this poetry contest is to share a complete poem with only six words. … Read More “Six Word Poetry Contest”
Write a story with only 50 words to enter this writing contest. Write about anything but your finished story must have exactly 50 words.
For the Haiku Poetry Contest your challenge is to write a three line poem. Haiku generally follows the 5-7-5 syllable count. So the first line … Read More “Haiku Poetry Contest”
The Chattahoochee Valley Writers 12th annual contest is open to all, deadline is September 1, 2018. Categories are fiction, poetry and one-act plays. Low entry … Read More “Chattahoochee Valley Writers 12th annual contest”
Submit up to 6,500 words of fiction. Simultaneous submissions are okay; let us know immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere. Previously unpublished submissions only. … Read More “Midwest Review”
Write a story using only 75 words to enter this flash fiction writing contest. Write about anything but be careful of the word count.
Share your poem about Halloween to enter this poetry contest. Write a poem of any type. Just keep the subject in mind.