You may submit stories and essays on any theme, up to 6,000 words each. The winning story and essay will each receive $1,500. Ten Honorable Mentions will receive $100 each.
The competition is open to authors writing in English or any of the BCMS languages (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, Montenegrin). There are three categories: Best Short Story, Best Poem and Best Essay.
Stories can be on any theme or subject. Prizes: £1000 first prize, £200 second prize, £100 third prize.
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 winner will receive $20,000 CDN. The top 50 poems selected by the editors will be published in the biennial Global Poetry Anthology.
The contest is open to young people aged between 18 and 30 years old from any of the 43 countries of the Euro-Mediterranean area. This year’s theme is ‘Youths, Stereotypes and Radicalisation’.
Each entry must be an original unpublished work of fiction that conforms to the tradition of the Nero Wolfe series. The winner will receive $1,000.
There are four categories: Novel (1st £1000), Short Story (1st £500), Poetry (1st £500), Writing Without Restrictions (1st £200).