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Grants and Fellowships Showing 4 of 10
Andrews Forest Writers’ Residencies. The mission of this program is to bring together writers, humanists and scientists to create a living, growing record of how we understand the forest and the relation of people to the forest, as that understanding and that forest both change over time. Creative writers whose work in any genre reflects a keen awareness of the natural world and an appreciation for both scientific and literary ways of knowing are invited to apply for one-week residencies. Writers are provided a comfortable apartment at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest in Oregon’s beautiful western Cascades Mountains. Pays, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, United States
Winter Tangerine Fellowship. 12-month long fellowship includes W\writing and editing a chapbook to be published through Honeysuckle Press, mentorship & private guest seminars and begins in January 2018. Applicants must not be an alumni of or currently enrolled in any MFA Writing program. The fellowship is open to both poets and prose writers. The fellowship is open to writers who have not published a full-length manuscript in any genre. There will be opportunities for in-person dialogue and collaboration but the vast majority of the fellowship will be online. Pays, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, United States
Fine Arts Work Center Writing Fellowship. The Fine Arts Work Center offers a unique residency for writers and visual artists in the crucial early stages of their careers. This deadline is for the October 1, 2018 – April 30, 2019 session. Fellows are required to reside full-time in Provincetown during the seven months of the Fellowship. Fellows are provided with an apartment and a monthly stipend of $750. Writers who have published a full-length book of creative work* (or have a contract to publish a full-length creative work) in any genre are not eligible.  Pays, Fees, Poetry, Fiction, United States
Buzzfeed Emerging Writers Fellowship. During the four-month program, the writers in this fellowship will benefit from career mentorship and editorial guidance while also receiving financial support. The fellows will focus on personal essay writing, cultural reportage, and criticism. Writers will be expected to pitch, report, and write with the added benefit of panel discussions with editors and writers from throughout the industry, and assigned readings. The work produced during the fellowship will be published on BuzzFeed. Fellows will receive a stipend of $14,000. Pays, Non-Fiction, United States
Publications Showing 11 of 28
Prairie Fire. Theme issue: "Canadian Women and the Vote 1918 - 2018." Also accepting submissions from Canadian Indigenous writers until Dec. 15 for a joint issue of Prairie Fire and CV2. Pays, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Canada
The Common. Pays, Fees, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, United States
River Teeth . Unpaid, Non-Fiction, United States
The Southern Review. Pays, Fees, Fiction, Non-Fiction, United States
Contrary Magazine. Pays, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, United States
New Ohio Review. Pays, Fees, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, United States
Carte Blanche. Also accepting works of translation. Pays, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Canada
Existere. Pays, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Canada
The Cantabridgian. Pays, Fiction, United States
Hippocampus Magazine. Pays, Fees, Non-Fiction, United States
Sentinel Literary Quarterly. Unpaid, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Britain
Contests Showing 9 of 19
Columbia Journal Winter Contest. Submit fiction (up to 5,000 words), nonfiction (up to 5,000 words) or Poetry (up to five pages). Pays, Fees, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, United States
The Fiddlehead Annual Literary Contest. One short-fiction submission is one story (6,000 words maximum). One poetry submission is up to 3 poems; no more than 100 lines per poem. Pays, Fees, Poetry, Fiction, Canada
Peter Porter Poetry Prize. Poems must not exceed 75 lines and must be written in English. All poets writing in English are eligible, regardless of where they live. Pays, Fees, Poetry, International
Willow Books Literature Awards. The Willow Books Literature Awards recognize literary excellence in prose and poetry by writers of color. Full-length prose manuscripts not exceeding 200 pages in length, including front and back matter (table of contents, title page, etc.), are eligible. Collections of short stories, novellas, etc. are also eligible. Full-length collections of poetry by a single author are eligible (45-90 pages in length). Entries must not be under consideration by any other press at time of submission. Pays, Fees, Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, United States
The Ruth Rendel Short Story Competition. Submit stories of no more than 1000 words.  Pays, Fees, Fiction, Britain
Dorset Prize. A $3,000 cash prize and a week-long residency at MASS MoCA worth $1,500 in addition to publication by Tupelo Press, 20 copies of the winning title, a book launch, and national distribution with energetic publicity and promotion. Open to anyone writing in the English language, whether living in the United States or abroad. There is no mandatory page count. We suggest in the area of 48 to 88 pages of poems. Pays, Fees, Poetry, United States
Boulevard Short Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers. We accept works up to 8,000 words.  Pays, Fees, Fiction, United States
The Siskiyou Prize for New Environmental Literature . The contest is open to published or unpublished full-length prose manuscripts, including novels, memoirs, short story collections, and essay collections that focus on issues pertaining to the protection and conservation of the planet and all species of animals.  Manuscripts should be approximately 40,000 to 90,000 words. Published books eligible for the prize must have been published within the past five (5) years; books published in the year 2012 or earlier are not eligible. Pays, Fees, Fiction, Non-Fiction, United States
Freefall Annual Prose & Poetry Contest . Maximum 3000 words prose, or 5 poems per entry. Pays, Fees, Poetry, Fiction, Canada