Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction 2019 Now in its seventh year, the 2019 Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction is accepting entries of creative, insightful fiction that engage with the theme fragments.The competition is open to all women, female-identifying and non-binary writers.Closes: 7 January 2019 Word limit: 2500 words Entry fee: Nature Writing Prize 2019 Calling all nature writers!Tags: Terminal Paper LanternGood Biology Research Paper TopicsBboy Thesis 2008Fast Casual Restaurant Business PlanGovernment ResumeBook Report Over A Child Called It
) Entries must be unpublished, original and written in English.
: First prize of USD$1000, second prize of USD$750, third prize of USD$500.
The first and second place winners will also be awarded a travel stipend to assist in getting to Stockholm Sweden and a Main Festival Pass for the Stockholm Writers Festival event.
Entry fee: AUD$25 for general submission, AUD$20 for concession submission Prizes: AUD$3000 for the winner and $1000 each to the two runners up, additionally, all three winners will be digitally published worldwide as part of the Capsule Collections series.
If you’re looking to develop your skills and get an edge over the competition, check out our Furious Fiction Presented by us, the Australian Writers’ Centre, this fun, fast – and best of all – FREE short story challenge blasts off on the first Friday of every month.
Anyone in the world aged 17 years and older is able to take part.End your story with fruit.” Closes: Word limit: 2500 words Entry fee: Prizes: 00 for the winner, 0 for both first and second runner-up 2019 Literary Taxidermy Short Story Competition Regulas Press invites writers to submit an original story of up to 2500 words in any genre. Your opening and closing lines are chosen for you from a classic work of literature.This year’s literary taxidermy draws its opening and closing lines from by Ray Bradbury.Established in 1991, this Award aims to honour Banjo Paterson, and to foster writing with Australian content.Closes: 26 April 2019 Word limit: 3000 words (short story), 200 lines (contemporary poetry) and 1000 words for children’s short stories / 30 lines for children’s poetry.These opportunities are a great way to stretch your writing muscles and hone your craft.And who knows – you could win some cash for your words.Open worldwide, the competition is for writers who are currently without an agent, whether previously published or unpublished.(Fun fact: Last year’s winner was an Australian writer, Adam Mc Culloch!Join the Furious Fiction Fan Club to be notified as soon as each challenge goes live.The Mogford Food and Drink Short Story Prize This unique competition run by The Mogford Hotels and Restaurants Group is now in its seventh year and welcomes short stories from entrants worldwide, where food and drink is at the heart of the story.