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The Gregory O’Donoghue International Poetry Competition
The competition is open to original, unpublished poems in the English language of 40 lines or less.Entry fee: €7 per poem.• 1st Prize: €2000 and a week's residency at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre• 2nd Prize: €500• 3rd Prize: €250
The Brunel University African Poetry Prize 2020
The Prize is open to poets who were born in Africa, or who are nationals of an African country, or whose parents are African.Each entrant must submit 10 poems to be eligible.Entry is free.The winner will receive £3000.
The Masters Review Fall Fiction Contest
You may submit a fiction up to 6,000 words.The entry fee is $20.The winner receives $2000 and publication.
The Sillerman First Book Prize for African Poets
The competition is open to African writers who have not yet published a book-length poetry collection.Only poetry submissions in English can be considered.Poetry manuscripts should be at least 50 pages long.The winner receives USD 1000 and book publication.The competition is free to enter.
Café Writers Open Poetry Competition 2019
You may submit poems of up to 40 lines. Entries must be your own original work and in English.Entry fees: £4 per poem or £10 for 3 poems.Prizes:1st £1,0002nd £3003rd £200
Strokestown International Poetry Prize 2020
The Strokestown International Poetry Festival is accepting submissions for the 2020 Strokestown International Poetry Prize. You may submit poems written in English. Poems should be no more than 70 lines in length.Entry fee: €6 per poem• 1st prize: €2,000• 2nd prize: €700• 3rd prize: €500
Nobrow Short Story Competition
Nobrow, an independent publishing company based in London, is inviting entries to its short stories competition. The theme is ‘The Censor’. You may submit a short story of no more than 3,000 words.The competition is free to enter.The overall winner will receive £2000.