International Images for Science is calling for images that cover all breadth of science from medicine, forensic science, zoology, engineering, astronomy, all scientific fields.
Images must showing both the Earth and the sky – by combining elements of the night sky (e.g., stars, planets, the Moon) in the backdrop of a beautiful, historic, or notable location or landmark.
Stories can be on any theme or subject. Prizes: £1000 first prize, £200 second prize, £100 third prize.
The competition is open to young photographers under 35 years of age, of any nationality. The winner will receive a grant of €10,000.
The contest is organised by Poetry London magazine. The maximum length is 80 lines. • 1st prize: £1000 • 2nd prize: £500 • 3rd prize: £200
Stories can be on any theme. The maximum length of submissions is 4,000 words. Prizes for 2017 are: 1st prize – £1000, 2nd prize – £700, 3rd prize – £400.
The subject of the illustrations must be related to science or nature and the technique is free. The author of the winning illustration will receive 600 €.
You may submit the project of the book in which the story is told through images, or through images and text that complement each other.
The winner will receive $20,000 CDN. The top 50 poems selected by the editors will be published in the biennial Global Poetry Anthology.