The competition is open to all writers around the world whether published or unpublished. Stories can be on any theme or subject. The maximum length of submissions is 4,000 words. The entry fee is £8. 1st prize is £1,000, 2nd prize is £700, 3rd prize is £400.
The Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine is an annual international award for an unpublished poem on a medical subject. Poems must written in English. Entry fees: £2 and £7.
You may submit one manuscript (no less than approximately 60,000 words) written in the English language. Murder or another serious crime or crimes must be at the heart of the story.
The contest is sponsored by Winning Writers. You may submit one humor poem, up to 250 lines. Entry is free. The winner will receive $1,000.
Essay topics might include art, history, literature, education, personal narratives, and music as they relate to medicine and should be no longer than 1600 words in length. The winner will receive $3,000. Entry is free.
You may submit one short fiction that illustrate, explore, or illuminate the impact of climate change on humanity and/or the Earth. The winner will receive a $1,000 prize. Entry is free.
The competition is open to new and established writers, provided they live outside the UK and are 18 or over. Applicants are invited to write a radio play of approximately 53 minutes in length. Two winners will each receive £2200. Entry is free.
There are two categories:• The Judge’s Prize – poems of 11 to 50 lines. • The Editors’ Prize – poems of up to 10 lines. First prize for the Judge’s and Editors’ Prize is £1000.
The competition is open to anyone over the age of 18. Poems are invited that deal with any aspect of nature and place. Entry fees: £6 for first poem. 1st prize: £1000
All poems entered for the prize must be single poems with a maximum length of 50 lines and be no more than 1,000 words in total. Entry fees: AUD$15 and AUD$20. The winner will receive AUD$15,000. The runner-up (second-placed poem) will receive AUD$5,000.