The competition is open to anyone over the age of 18.''Poems are invited that deal with any aspect of nature and place – these terms will be given a wide interpretation by the judge Gillian Clarke.''Entry fees:£7 for your first poem£4 for each subsequent poem• 1st prize: £1000• 2nd prize: £500• 3rd prize: £250
The 2021 Manchester Writing Competition is organized by the Manchester Metropolitan University.The competition is open internationally to anyone aged 16 or over.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 £18.
The competition is open to all essayists writing in English. Entries must be a single non-fiction essay of between 2,000 and 5,000 words on any subject.Each entry must be accompanied by an entry fee of AU$25, or AU$15 for current ABR subscribers.The winner will receive AU$5,000.The runner-up will receive AU$2,500.
The competition is open to anyone aged 16 and over.Poems must be in English, unpublished, not accepted for publication.Poems may be on any subject and in any form or style.Entry fees:· up to two poems: £5 per poem;· three or more poems: £4 per poem.• 1st prize: £1,000• 2nd prize: £300• 3rd prize: £100• 4th prize: 4 x £50
The Colorado Prize for Poetry is an international poetry book manuscript contest.Manuscripts must be at least 48 pages but no more than 100 pages.There is a $28 online entry fee, which includes a one-year subscription to Colorado Review.The winner receives a $2,500 honorarium and publication of his or her book by the Center for Literary Publishing.
The competition is organized by the Rattle, an American poetry magazine.Each poet may submit 15 – 30 pages of poems.The $25 entry fee is a one-year subscription to Rattle magazine.Three winners will receive $5,000 and 500 author copies of their chapbook, which will also be distributed to all of Rattle’s 7,000+ subscribers.