The competition is open to anyone in the world who is writing in English. Entries must be a single story of 2,000 to 5,000 words. Entry fees: from AU$15 to AU$25. The Jolley Prize is worth a total of $12,500.
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The competition is open to all writers around the world whether published or unpublished.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.
€1,000 for the best poem written by an adult for children aged 7–11. The winning poem will appear in the summer issue of The Caterpillar. Anyone over 16 can enter, as long as the poem is previously unpublished. The entry fee is €12 per poem.
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 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