The Prize is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English. Submissions should be made by publishers only. There is a cash prize of £10,000 for the winning author. The competition is free to enter.
The Bridport Prize is open to writers of any nationality writing in English, 16 years old and over. There are four categories: Poems, Short stories, Flash fiction and Novel. Entry fees: from £8 to £20. Over £18,000 in prize money.
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.
Entries must be a single essay of 2,000 to 5,000 words, written in English. Essays can be on any non-fiction subject. The entry fee is AU$25. The winner will receive AU$5,000. The runner-up will receive AU $2,500
The competition is open to original, unpublished poems in the English language of 40 lines or less.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 competition is open to anyone aged 16 and over. Poems may be on any subject and in any form or style.Entry fee: £5 per poem.Prizes:• 1st Prize: £1,000• 2nd Prize: £300• 3rd Prize: £100• Plus 4 x £50
The competition is open to anyone aged 15 and over. There are two categories:• Short Story (up to 4,000 words),• Poetry (up to 50 lines).The entry fee is £5.The Magic Oxygen Literary Prize has a prize fund of £3,000.
The short story should have a maximum of 2,500 words. Food and Drink has to be at the heart of the tale. Entries must be submitted in English.Entry fee: £10 for each submitted short story.The winner will receive £10,000.
The Moth Poetry Prize is one of the biggest prizes in the world for a single unpublished poem. You can write on any subject and there is no line limit. The entry fee is €12 per poem. The winner will receive a cash prize of 10,000 €.