The competition is organised 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.
The competition is open to anyone aged 16 and over.Poems must be in English, unpublished, not accepted for publication.Poems may be on any subject and in any form or style.Entry fees:· Up to two poems: £5 per poem;· Three or more poems: £4 per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 competition is open to anyone worldwide aged 18+, writing in English.Entrants are asked to respond to a question: ''What does it mean to be young in an ageing world?'' The word limit is 3,000 words.The winner will be required to develop this summary into a short book of between 25,000 and 40,000 words.The competition is free to enter.The Prize winner will receive US$100,000 from the Kadas Prize Foundation.
The competition is open to any nationality provided the entrant is over the age of 18 years at the time of the closing date.Your short story should have a maximum of 2,500 words. Food and Drink must be at the heart of the tale.Entry fee: £15 for each submitted short story.The winner will receive £10,000.The three runner-up entrants will receive £250 each.