CATEGORIES: writing competitions
The competition is open to poets of any nationality writing in English.
Poem length is restricted to 60 lines.There is no restriction on theme or style.
Entry Fees: €14 (€8 subsequent entries).
The winner will receive €1,000.Top 10 poems will be published in the Fish Anthology 2022.
CATEGORY: photography competitions
There are 5 categories for photographers to enter: Polar Wonders | Beneath the Canopy | Life Under the Surface | Humanity Versus Nature | Towards a Sustainable Future.
The competition is free to enter.
The Grand Prize Winner will receive 5,000 €.
The Desperate Literature Short Fiction Prize is awarded to an original work of fiction under 2000 words.
Entry fees:€20 for the first entry€10 for every further entry
The prize’s winner will receive 1,500 € and a 7-day stay at the Civitella Ranieri artist’s residency in Umbria, Italy,
This annual contest is open to wildlife photographers living in Europe. It is organised by the German Society for Nature Photography.
The entry fee is 35 €.
The overall winner will eceive 3,000 €.
The Montreal International Poetry Prize is a biennial poetry competition awarding one prize of $20,000 CAD (approx. 15.900 USD) to one poet for a single poem.
Each entry must be an original, unpublished poem of 40 lines or fewer.
Entry fees: from $20 CAD to $25 CAD.
CATEGORIES: art competitions
The competition is open to artists from around the world.
Each artist can submit one artwork on paper. Only traditional printmaking techniques will be accepted.
The entry fee is 26 €.
• First prize: 1,000 €• Second prize: 300 €
The competition is open to amateur and professional photographers.
You may submit a mountain-themed photo essay. Images must have been taken within the last two years.
The Grand Prize winner will receive $2,000 CAD.
The competition is open to anyone aged 18 and over.
Poems 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 £5.50 per poem.
The 1st prize winner will receive £2,000 plus a one week writing residency at Cyprus Well, Charles Causley’s former home in Launceston.
The competition is open to women photographers, regardless of their nationality.
Each candidate must submit 12 - 18 photographs on any subject (one cohesive body of work rather than single images).
The winner will receive a cash prize of 10,000 €.
The 44th Nimrod Literary Awards are open internationally.
Entries may be fiction (7,500 words maximum) or poetry (3-10 pages).
Each entry must be accompanied by a $20 fee.
1st Prize: $2,000 and publication2nd Prize: $1,000 and publication