Te Roswell Award

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The Roswell Award & The Women Hold Up Half the Sky Award

Sci-Fest L.A. and Light Bringer Project are proud to accept entries for The Roswell Award international short science fiction story competition from writers age 16 and older. The “Women Hold Up Half the Sky Award” for feminist sci-fi is co-presented by Artemis literary journal and will also be awarded to a distinct winner. Submissions will close for The Roswell Award on December 15, 2020. For more details please see submission guidelines. For further inquiries email: theroswellaward@gmail.com

  • Selected finalists will be chosen to have their stories read in their honor by celebrity guests during a special performance. 

  • First, Second, and Third place Roswell Award winners will receive $500, $250, and $100 USD cash prizes.

  • The First place Roswell Award winner will receive access to the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program sponsored 11-week or shorter online course.

  • The Women Hold Up Half the Sky Award is an additional special prize category for a feminist themed sci-fi story. The winner will be published by Artemis literary journal with more prizes to be announced.

The Tomorrow Prize & The Green Feather Award

Sci-Fest L.A. and Light Bringer Project invite Los Angeles County high school students to submit their short science fiction stories to The Tomorrow Prize from September 15, 2020 through February 1, 2021. The Tomorrow Prize partner, the Los Angeles Audubon will also present The Green Feather Award, which highlights an environmentally focused sci-fi story. For more details please see the submission guidelines. For further inquiries email: thetomorrowprize@gmail.com

  • Selected finalists will be chosen to have their stories read in their honor by celebrity guests during a special performance. 

  • First, Second, and Third place Tomorrow Prize winners will receive $250, $150, and $100 USD cash prizes.

  • The First place Tomorrow Prize winner will be published in L.A. Parent Magazine. 

  • The Green Feather Award is an additional special prize category for an environmentally focused sci-fi story. The winner will receive $250.00 & online publication by the Los Angeles Audubon Society.

 

 

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