The Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize is an annual short fiction competition run by the Australian Book Review.Entries are welcome from writers anywhere in the world.Entries must be a single story of between 2,000 to 5,000 words, written in English.Entry fees: from AU$15 to AU$25.• 1st prize: AU$6,000• 2nd prize: AU$4,000• 3rd prize: AU$2,500
The competition is open to anyone.This year’s theme is ''Mask''. Your story can be set anywhere, feature any characters, and be written in any style. The competition for those 21 and under is free to enter and has a prize of £1,000 for the winning entry.The competition for the over 21s costs £10 (£5 with student ID) to enter and has a prize of £500
The competition is open to writers over the age of thirteen.Categories: Short Story, Flash Fiction, Poetry, Creative Nonfiction.Entry feess: $10 / $12 / $15.Prizes:Short Story: $1,000Flash Fiction: $300Poetry: $300Creative Nonfiction: $1,000Up to five finalists in each category will be considered for publication in F(r)iction.
The AWP Award Series is open to all authors writing original works in English for adult readers.Entry fees: $30 for nonmembers and $20 for AWP members.There are four prizes:• Donald Hall Prize for Poetry: $5,500 and publication• Grace Paley Prize for Short Fiction: $5,500 and publication• AWP Prize for Creative Nonfiction: $2,500 and publication• AWP Prize for the Novel: $2,500 and publication