Deadline: November 15, 2021 SmokeLong is an online literary magazine dedicated to flash narrative. It publishes narratives that are 1,000 words or fewer. The term “smoke-long” comes from a tongue-in-cheek Chinese anecdote that reading a piece of flash writing takes about the same length of time as smoking a cigarette.
Deadline: August 31st, 2021, Midnight, Pacific Time. The Prize Cultural Daily’s 9th Annual “Jack Grapes Poetry Prize” is open for submissions. This contest is free to enter. 3 winners will receive $500 each, plus publication. 9 finalists will receive $100 each, plus publication. Winners and finalists will be announced in
Deadline: September 1, 2021 The Awards The American-Scandinavian Foundation annually awards three translation prizes for outstanding translations of poetry, fiction, drama, or literary prose written by a Nordic author born after 1900: The Nadia Christensen Prize includes a $2,500 award, publication of an excerpt in Scandinavian Review, and a commemorative
Entries are invited for the 2021 Kindle Storyteller Award. This is a £20,000 literary prize recognizing outstanding writing published through Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing platform. It is open to writers publishing in English in any genre. Readers play a significant role in selecting the winner, helped by a panel of
Summary No Contact, an online literary magazine that publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art, is looking for submissions for its first poetry contest. Deadline Closes on Monday, July 26, 2021 Details No Contact is proud to announce its very first poetry contest, judged by Matt Mitchell! One winner will receive
The annual $15,000 Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence is open to rising African-American fiction writers across the United States. The book award, honors Louisiana’s revered storyteller, Ernest J. Gaines, and is now in its 15th year. It has become nationally recognized in its role of enhancing the visibility
LiTFUSE, an annual weekend-long poets’ workshop held in Tieton, WA, is looking for an experienced arts administrator and lover of poetry to lead their team as the LiTFUSE Program Director starting in 2022. This is a paid, part-time, and primarily remote position. The successful candidate will also receive paid training
Summary The National Book Foundation is seeking an experienced communications and marketing professional to join a small, passionate team of book lovers who run year-round public and educational programs in addition to the annual National Book Awards. The Communications and Marketing Manager will report directly to the Foundation’s Executive Director