The entry can be any genre — stories, poems or essays. You need to convey local flavour of the places you have visited in pre- corona days. Perhaps, the experience will bring back memories that takes away from the sense of fear and panic that an endemic generates.
The contest ends 16 th July, 2020.
This is a contest with a whopping award for the best poem — CND 20,000 — and publication for the top fifty.
The competition ends on May 1st 2020.
The poem can be upto forty lines.
Short fiction is gaining popularity!
Here is a competition for short stories that requires you to write 1500 words or lesser.
Can you take up the challenge for a prize of US $ 3000 and the chance of a trip to New York City?
Do you have a long story to tell?
Here is a contest that allows ‘short’ stories/essays of upto 15000 words.
The contest ends 30th November, 2019.
Here is a UK- based flash fiction contest where you can choose your entry fee.
They say: “We operate a choose your own entry fee system. The suggested entry fee is £7 per entry (£6 per entry for two, or £5 per entry for three or more), but if that’s prohibitive, just pay what you can afford. If you’d like to support a writer who can’t afford the full fee, why not add a pound or two?”
The contest ends 30 th November, 2019.
This competition promises £1000 to both poetry and short fiction winners, publication and more.
The contest also allow entries that have already been published elsewhere. So, get out your pens and keyboards and see if you can make it happen.
To ensure that literary works online move in a sound and orderly manner, the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the PRC has recently issued a document called Guidance on Promoting the Sound Development of Online Literature.