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Grants and Fellowships Showing 3 of 6
New Orleans Writers’ Residency. The New Orleans Writers' Residency is a writers' collective in the heart of New Marigny, a culturally rich neighborhood close to the French Quarter. The Residency provides space for writers to step away from their lives and focus on writing in the comfort of a restored 19th century shotgun double.The retreat will cover lodging, airfare up to $500, and a stipend of $200 per week to cover food and entertainment. During those four weeks, you will have complete freedom to plan your time in ways that best support your writing and build lifelong connections with other writers. Fees, Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Headlands Artist in Residence. Residencies of four to ten weeks include studio space, chef-prepared meals, comfortable housing, and travel and living stipends. Fees, Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Residencia Corazón. Unpaid, Fees, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, International
Publications Showing 11 of 23
The Common. Fees, Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Slice. Theme issue: Borders. Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Meanjin. Unpaid, Fees, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, International
Yarn Review. Since this is a YA literary journal, we ask that the material be appropriate for, and of particular interest to, young adult readers, 14 years old and up.  We have no age restrictions for authors (fogies over the age of 18 write YA, too), no genre restrictions (if you’ve got a story set in 2060, bring it on!), and no geographic restrictions. Unpaid, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Vallum. Theme issue: Lies & Duplicity. Pays, Poetry, Canada
Fifth Wednesday. Theme issue: We intend to showcase writing by authors who are immigrants or children of immigrants from Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries. Unpaid, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Chicago Review. Unpaid, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Creating Nonfiction. Theme issue: Starting over - we’re looking for true stories about starting over. Tell us about a time when you or someone else took a do-over, snuck a mulligan, or hit the reset button, whether by choice or not. Essays must be previously unpublished and no longer than 4,000 words. Pays, Non-Fiction, United States
The Puritan. Submissions received between Mar. 26 and June 25 are considered for the summer issue, published in late early Aug. Submissions of fiction and poetry during this time will be assessed and selected by two special editors as part of Guest Summer Editors Series. Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, Canada
The Lampeter Review. Theme issue: City. Unpaid, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, Britain
Threepenny Review. Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Contests Showing 11 of 27
Boston Review Annual Poetry Contest. Submit up to five unpublished poems, no more than 10 pages total. Any poet writing in English is eligible. Name and other identifying information must not appear anywhere in the submission itself. Fees, Pays, Poetry, United States
American Short Fiction Story Contest. All entries must be single, self-contained works of fiction, between 2,000-6,500 words. Fees, Pays, Fiction, United States
Thomas A. Wilhelmus Short Prose Award. Each submission must be available for exclusive manuscript publication (individual pieces may have been previously published in magazines, anthologies, or chapbooks) by SIR Press and consist of at least 40 and no more than 80 pages of prose. Fees, Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, United States
Bath Flash Fiction Award. Maximum length is 300 words, title excluded. Entries can be on any theme or subject but must be original and written in English. Entry is open to everyone; locally, nationally and internationally. Fees, Pays, Fiction, Britain
V.S. Pritchett Memorial Prize. Awarded to the author of the best unpublished short story of the year. Entrants must be resident in the UK and likely to be available for a prizegiving event in autumn 2017. Any story submitted should be between 2,000 and 4,000 words in length and unpublished. Fees, Pays, Fiction, Britain
Narrative Prize. THE $4,000 Narrative Prize is awarded annually for the best short story, novel excerpt, poem, one-act play, graphic story, or work of literary nonfiction published by a new or emerging writer in Narrative. Fees, Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Fineline Competition. Open to prose poems, short shorts and anything in between. There is a 500-word limit for each poem or short. You may submit a set of three prose poems/short short stories with each entry fee. Fees, Pays, Fiction, Poetry, United States
Los Angeles Review Awards. Please submit full length prose pieces no longer than 2,500 words, flash fiction of no more than 500 words, and up to three poems of 50 lines each. Fees, Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, United States
The Moth International Short Story Prize. There is a word limit of 6,000. The Prize is open to anyone (over 18), as long as the work is original and previously unpublished. Fees, Pays, Fiction, Britain
Impress Prize. Entries should comprise of a book proposal and a sample chapter of no more than 6,000 words. The Impress Prize for New Writers is open to writers of any nationality writing in English. Impress Prize entrants must not have had a full work published by any traditional publishing company. This does not include self-published works, chapters/short stories in an anthology, or academic text books. Fees, Pays, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Britain
The Antigonish Review Great Blue Heron Poetry Contest. Submit poems on any subject. Total entry not to exceed 4 pages. Maximum 150 lines. Entries might be one longer poem, or several shorter poems. Fees, Pays, Poetry, Canada