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 …
Seeks outstanding nonfiction writing with a northwest perspective. Offers both open and student categories. All finalists will be invited to participate in a writing workshop with the contest judge. Maximum 2,000 words for the open category, 1,500 words for the student contest. Submit by regular mail.
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.
Top authors, agents and editors meet to discuss fiction, nonfiction, poetry and specialty writing such as children’s books and travel writing. Other topics include marketing, self-publishing, Internet possibilities and trends in the publishing industry. Keynote speakers: Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, NoViolet Bulawayo and Barry Eisler.
Writers, publishers, editors and educators engage in literary conversation and celebration with fellow lovers of literature from across the region and the world. The conference offers more than 450 events, including public receptions, a bookfair, lectures, readings and workshops, etc. Keynote speaker: Annie Proulx.
Hosted by the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University. Schedule includes craft classes, conversations, panels and readings, as well as opportunities to network with writers. Faculty includes Ron Carlson, Tayari Jones and Alan Dean Foster.
Provides workshops, readings and panels in a community setting. Includes meals and one-on-one time with the master writers and other participants. Workshops led by Pam Houston (fiction), Mark Doty (memoir) and Richard Blanco (poetry). Limited to thirteen writers for each of the three genres.