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Omni Dawn

 Full details  f you are a poet in need of a free entry see guideline 13 below. Four Omnidawn Poetry Contests 2021–2022:     Current Contest:              Omnidawn Open (Poetry Book Contest)—$3,000 (Jul 1–Aug 31, 2021)                   For Guidelines and Information on How to Submit click here                   To receive email deadline alerts for this contest click here     Upcoming Poetry Contests 2021–2022:              First/Second Poetry Book Contest—$3,000 (Jan 1–Feb 14, 2022)              Single Poem Broadside Poetry Contest—$1,000 (Mar 1–Apr 18, 2022)              Poetry Chapbook Contest—$1,000 (May 1–Jun 13, 2022)             To receive email deadline alerts for these poetry contests click here                 For information about Omnidawn's Fabulist Fiction Novelette/Chapbook Contest click here: http://www.omnidawn.com/contest/fiction/   For Information on the March–April 2022 Single Poem Broadside Contest click here   Information

The L. Ron Hubbard Writers and Illustrators of the Future Contests

  Full details  The Contests Writers & Illustrators of the Future The L. Ron Hubbard Writers and Illustrators of the Future Contests have left an indelible mark on the fields of science fiction and fantasy. With more than three decades of developing new professional writers and more than a quarter century of cultivating new professional illustrators, the impact that the two Contests have had on the field is impossible to measure. Renowned author and critic Algis Budrys led the original Writers of the Future Contest, with a blue-ribbon panel of science fiction legends serving as judges: Dr. Gregory Benford, Robert Silverberg, Theodore Sturgeon, Jack Williamson, and Roger Zelazny. The first awards ceremony was held in 1985 in Beverly Hills, California. But the Contest was formed for a purpose beyond simply giving awards—it was intended to help foster the next generation of master writers. Budrys developed a world-class workshop to accompany the awards ceremony

The Bridport Prize

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  Full details  ompetition All categories Enter Now Poetry Short Story Flash Fiction Novel Award Memoir Award  

Young Creatives Wrting Competiton

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The Rain

  Full details  The Rain is an atmospheric podcast that aims to realize the vision of the lesser-known authors and writers in the world by creating a one-of-a-kind audio experience to fully immerse listeners in the world of the fiction. Patrick Juhl manages all of the recording, sound design, and production, and therefore he is very tired (so bear with him). The show was founded on the grounds that the world has no shortage of great stories and storytellers—they fall like the rain—but there are many stories that the world might never hear without the proper medium. This podcast aims to be that medium, so pour a mug of coffee, tea, hot chocolate; sit back, and let The Rain take you away for a few minutes. If you have a story that you wrote and love (and you should love it—it’s a work of magic) and that you would like to be narrated on the podcast, email it to TheRainSubmissions@gmail.com ! Patrick is always looking for ways to improve th

So to Speak

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