Creative Writing Contests

Writing competitions

We' d like to present our curated list of creative writing competitions. Participants must have a history of publishing creative work in the UK. Creative Writing Program offers many annual prizes with significant cash prizes for students and graduates. Write prizes to earn money or enter your own competition here. Most visited competition site on the Internet - publish your competition and receive submissions.

Here is a short listing of forthcoming meetings

We' d like to present our short creative writing contests to you. It contains information on the maximum number of words, the associated charges, the deadline for submissions and provides access to individual events. For new writing contests, please use our writing contest registration page.

If you have any queries about a specific competition, please do not hesitate to ask the organiser. We' re looking forward to your comments, so please send us a note or a suggestion. Have a good day writing!

Creative writing competitions programme

Intro Journals Project is a nationwide literature contest to discover and publish the best new works by young people currently registered in the Associated Writing Programmes (AWP). The University of Connecticut is entitled to designate a non-fiction book, a playbook and three poetry as a membership-programme.

Graduates and undergraduates from the University of Connecticut's major and secondary camps. Up to one article, one novel and three verses can be submitted. Your email should include the full name of the competition and the category of your entry (for example: "AWP Intro Journals Project - poetry").

You are kindly requested to send your work by e-mail according to these rules. Your entry should be made from a unique MS Word file containing your title page (see format) followed by your entry. Please be aware that your ID number should appear on every page of the package, but your name should only appear on the front page.

Student submissions can be in more than one category, but please send them in seperate emails (i.e. no poems or stories in the same email). Since 1964, a celebrity writer has been read at the University of Connecticut each year as part of the Wallace Stevens Poetry Program.

In connection with this programme there is a competition for poets. University of Connecticut major and secondary campus graduates, with the exception of first-placed candidates. Send a separate MS Word file with the title page followed by 5-8 pages of verse (neatly typeted, only one verse per page).

You are kindly requested to send your work by e-mail according to these rules. You must include the full name of the competition in the title line of the message. Please be aware that your ID number should appear on every page, but your name should only appear on the front page. A poetry or an extract from a longer promotional work (' 1,500 words maximum) that has been converted into English may be submitted together with the film.

Your entry should be a Word document: your title page and your translation of the text, together with the source text. University of Connecticut college undergraduates on the major and secondary camps. You are kindly requested to send your work by e-mail according to these rules. Your entry must contain the full name of the competition and the category in which it was submitted (e.g. "Collins Literature Prizes: Poetics or Prose").

Your entry should be made from a unique MS Word file containing your title page (see format) followed by your entry. Please be aware that your ID number should appear on every page of the package, but your name should only appear on the front page. If you are a college graduate, you can send in work in more than one category, but please send us an email (i.e. no text and no poems in the same email).

Please send each item separately for this price. University of Connecticut college undergraduates on the major and secondary camps. You are kindly requested to send your work by e-mail according to these rules. Topic must contain the name of the competition. Your entry should be made from a unique MS Word file containing your title page (see format) followed by your entry.

Notice that your ID number should appear on each page of the package, but your name should only appear on the front page. Prizes are given for the best diploma and bachelor theses of creative non-fiction books. Graduates and University of Connecticut undergraduates at major and local locations.

A creative book can be submitted without publication. You are kindly requested to send your work by e-mail according to these rules. AETNA Creative non-fiction awards (e.g. "AETNA Creative Undgraduate Awards") must contain the name of the competition and your semester position in the title line. Your entry should be a MS Word file containing your title page (see format) followed by your entry.

Notice that your ID number should appear on each page of the package, but your name should only appear on the front page. A money award for the best creative work of a alumnus in each category. Graduates of any University of Connecticut Dept. or college.

Doctoral candidates can enter essays with up to 2,500 words or 1-3 verses for a poem. You are kindly requested to send your work by e-mail according to these rules. Subtitle must contain the full name of the competition and the category of your entry (for example: "Long River Grade Writing Award - Poetry").

Your entry should be made from a unique MS Word file containing your title page (see format) followed by the entry. Notice that your ID number should appear on each page of the package, but your name should only appear on the front page. Graduates and undergraduates of all faculties and universities of Connecticut.

Send your work by email according to these rules. Your entry must contain the full name of the competition and the category in which it was submitted (e.g. "Collins Literature Prizes: Poetics or Prose"). Your entry should be made from a unique MS Word file containing your title page (see format) followed by the item you are entering.

Notice that your Students ID number should appear on each page of the package, but your name should only appear on the front page. Participants may enter several entries for each award. Students and alumni at the University of Connecticut's major and secondary camps. Participants may enter several plays. Students and alumni at the University of Connecticut's major and secondary camps.

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