Women Who Write 2013 International Poetry & Short Prose Contest is open to all women ages 18 and over, everywhere. One 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winner will be selected from each genre. This year’s winners will be published in the 20th anniversary edition of Calliope. Writers are encouraged to read previous editions of Calliope …
Submit 48-64 pages of original poetry. Include a title page with a listing of previously published poems. Open to all poets, regardless of previous publication. Previous winners are ineligible. Submission period: May 1 – June 30.
Open to writers who have never published a full-length book of poetry or who have published only one full-length book of poetry. Max 120 pages. Judged by Donald Revell. Contests opens May 1, 2013.
Submit poems on any subject for a maximum total of four pages and 150 lines, can be one long poem or several shorter poems.
$50 cash prize for gold winner. 3 prizes of publication in ArtAscent Art and Literature Journal including links to your website, promotion on ArtAscent website writer directory, and exposure in social media. The competition theme is Mother Earth. The concept evokes visions of environmentalism, spirituality, wellness, cultural unity and responsibility. Who is Mother Earth to …
Open to full-length collections of poetry 50-80 pages and fiction and nonfiction submissions 200-300 pages. All fiction and nonfiction subgenres are eligible. See website for additional contest guidelines.
Send as many submissions of any style as you would like, as long as they are previously unpublished. Fiction and nonfiction should be no more than 6,000 words, except short-short fiction, which should be no more than 1,000 words. Poetry entries may include up to three poems but should not exceed five pages total per …
Submit 3-5 poems (10 pages maximum), $20 entry fee check or money order, payable to Southern Poetry Review (includes one-year subscription), and SASE for reply only, between March 1 and June 15 (postmarks). Include contact information on cover sheet only.
Seeks writing that expresses a religious or spiritual experience or promotes tolerance. Submit fiction or nonfiction up to 20 pages or submit up to six poems. Online submissions only. All entrants receive a free digital subscription.
For previously unpublished work only. Submit 1-3 prose poems and shorts up to 500 words. Finalist judge: Richard Garcia.