The Moth Poetry Prize is one of the biggest prizes in the world for a single unpublished poem.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 limitThe competition is open to anyone over the age of 16.The entry fee is €15 per poem.• 1st prize: 6,000 €• 3 runner-up prizes of €1,000• 8 prizes of €250 for commended poems
The competition is open to anyone aged 18 or over. International entries are welcome.All poems must have a title and must not exceed 40 lines in length. Entries can be on any subject.The first poem submitted costs £7. Subsequent entries in the same submission cost £5 per poem.• 1st prize: £5,000• 2nd prize: £2,000• 3rd prize: £1,000
The Missouri Review is currently accepting submissions for the 32nd Jeffrey E. Smith Editors' Prize. Writers can submit one piece of fiction or nonfiction up to 8,500 words or any number of poems up to 10 pages.All entries must be accompanied by a $25 entry fee.Winners receive publication and a cash prize:• $5,000 Fiction• $5,000 Nonfiction• $5,000 Poetry
There are two categories:• Open category – open to all poets aged 18 years and over;• English as an Additional Language (EAL) category – open to all poets aged 18 and over who write in English as an Additional Language.Entry fee: £5 per poem.The winners of each category will receive £1,000 and both runners up £200.
The competition is open to all writers worldwide, published and unpublished, who are over 16 years.Entries can be on any theme or subject but must be original and written in English. Maximum length is 250 words.The entry fee is £7 per story.• First prize: £2,000• Second prize: £300• Third prize: £150