The competition is for previously unpublished poems of up to 40 lines in length. Prizes:• 1st prize: £5,000• 2nd prize: £2,000• 3rd prize: £1,000The first poem submitted costs £7. Subsequent entries in the same submission cost £4 per poem.
The competition is open to anyone. There are two categories: Short Poem (10 lines) and Open Poem (40 lines). The entry fee is £5 per poem. Prizes: • 1st prize £1000 in each category• 2nd prize £500 in each category• 3rd prize £250 in each category
The Commonwealth Short Story Prize is an annual award for unpublished short fiction. Entrants must be citizens of a Commonwealth country. Entries must be 2,000 words minimum, 5,000 words maximum. The overall winner receives £5,000. The competition is free to enter.
The competition is open to anyone aged 18 and over. The poem/s may be on any subject; 40 lines of text maximum, no minimum. The first poem submitted costs £7.50. Subsequent entries in the same submission cost £5 per poem. The 1st prize winner will receive £2000.
The competition is open to original, unpublished poems in the English language of 40 lines or less. Entry fee: €5 per poem. 1st Prize: €1000 and a week's residency at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre.
The New Media Writing Prize is open for entries from writers working with digital media. The competition is free to enter. There are four cash prizes: £500, £1000, £750, £500.
You may submit your own original, unpublished poem in English, maximum of 40 lines on one side of A4.Entry fees: £4 per poem or £10 for 3 poems and £2 per poem thereafter.Prizes:1st £1,0002nd £3003rd £200
All poets writing in English are eligible to enter.Entries must be a single poem of no more than 75 lines. Each entry must be accompanied by an entry fee of AU$25.First Prize: AU$5,000 Second Prize: AU$2,000.
The Prize is open to poets who were born in Africa, or who are nationals of an African country, or whose parents are African. Each entrant must submit 10 poems to be eligible. Entry is free. The winner will receive £3000.