You may submit poems on any theme, up to 250 lines each.Entry fee: $12 per poem.Prizes:• The Tom Howard Prize: $1,500 for a poem in any style or genre.• The Margaret Reid Prize: $1,500 for a poem that rhymes or has a traditional style.
This year’s theme is “Peace”. Your story can be set anywhere, feature any characters, and be written in any style. The length is 1,500 to 5,000 words. The competition for those 21 and under is free to enter. The competition for the over 21’s costs £10.
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 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.
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 open to women of any nationality from any country. Stories can be between 300 and 3,000 words in length and can be on any subject. Entry fee: £10 per story. 1st prize: £5,000.
The contest is organized by the Poetry Centre of Oxford Brookes Univeristy. Entrants may enter up to a maximum of ten poems. Entries can be on any subject. The first three poems submitted cost £5 per poem. The winners of each category will receive £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.
The Prize is for a single unpublished short story. There is a word limit of 5,000. Entries must be in English.The entry fee is €12 per story. 1st prize: €3,000