Entries must be original, unpublished and unbroadcast short story in the English language of 3,000 words or fewer. The story can be on any subject, in any style.Entry fee: €15 per story.Prizes:• 1st prize: €2,000• 2nd prize: €500
Poems should be of no more than 80 lines, in English, on any subject. The entry fee is £6 for the first poem. Prizes:• 1st prize: £1,500• 2nd prize: £300• 3rd prize: £150
The competition is organized by the Manchester Metropolitan University.There are two prizes:• £10,000 prize for the best short story of up to 2,500 words;• £10,000 prize for the best portfolio of three to five poems.The entry fee is £17.
The competition is open to anyone. The length of each poem must not exceed 40 lines. Entry fees (Adults): £5.75 for first poem, £3.50 for each subsequent poem. • First Prize: £1,000 • Second Prize: £500 • Third Prize: £250
The contest is organised by Poetry London magazine. Poems must be in English. The maximum length is 80 lines. Prizes: • 1st prize: £5,000 • 2nd prize: £2,000 • 3rd prize: £1,000 • four commendations: £500
You may submit stories and essays on any theme, up to 6,000 words each.The entry fee is $20.The winning story and essay will each receive $2,000. Ten Honorable Mentions will receive $100 each.
The Rattle Poetry Prize is organized by Rattle, an American poetry magazine. One $10,000 Winner and ten $200 Finalists will be selected in an anonymous review by the editors of Rattle.The entry fee is a one-year subscription to Rattle at $25 rate.
The competition is open to all writers aged 16 and over. You should submit a full stage play script along with a one page synopsis. There is no theme. Entry is free. The winner will receive £6,000.
Essays may be submitted by anyone up to 25 years old. This year's theme is “The Change I Want to Make”.Entry is free.1st prize winners will receive a cash prize of 100,000 Yen and will be invited to the award ceremony to be held in Tokyo.