Poetry: 1-3 poems. Prize winners will receive 3 copies of the issue. AWP sponsors the Award Series, an annual competition for the publication of excellent new book-length works. What will the winner receive? Each year, Hippocampus Magazine holds its Remember in November Contest for Creative Nonfiction. Sponsor: The Iowa Review. The contest is open to all writers who have not yet published a book of nonfiction. Submissions must be vivid and dramatic; they should combine a strong and Short-short 2020: 750 words.

Stony Brook Southampton is accepting submissions of short fiction (7,500 words or less). Details here. $2000 CAD for Best Creative Nonfiction Essay! “Southampton Arts is a vibrant community within SUNY Stony Brook that gathers together graduate programs in creative writing, children’s lit, podcasting and film. Deadline: May 32, 2020.

The competition is open to all authors writing in English regardless of nationality or residence, and is available to published and unpublished authors alike. A chance for your creative nonfiction to be read by Hunger Mountain editors and guest judges. An annual contest for the best writing in the boundless field of creative nonfiction. Creative Non Fiction Competition 1 Creative non-fiction competition.

What is the Hunger Mountain Creative Nonfiction Prize? The Jeff Sharlet Memorial Award for Veterans. Since 2011, we’ve awarded more than $6,500 in cash prizes to winners and finalists, and have seen these talented writers go on to publish more essays and even books, as well as earn award nominations/wins.

Fee: $34.95 per entry; includes a one-year subscription to EVENT and all applicable taxes and shipping—a great deal! Contest Details: Genre: Creative Non-Fiction.

2020 Guidelines. This year's contest deadline is Monday, June 1, 2020 (postmarked for mailed entries and 11:59 pm Atlantic Standard Time for Submittable entries). Prize: $3,000 in prizes ($1,500 First Place, $1,000 Second Place, $500 Third Place) plus publication in EVENT. Short Fiction Prize Overview. Creative Nonfiction is seeking new work for an upcoming issue dedicated to memoir. Humor: 1,500 words. What the creative nonfiction writer enjoys is the freedom to use a fiction writer’s techniques: point-of-view, dialogue, multiple time frames. In addition, all contributors will receive a copy of the issue. Submissions must be 1,200 words or fewer. Deadline: 5/1/20 – 5/31/20. 3rd (3 selected): $500. Creative Nonfiction: 2,500 words. Good luck to all entrants.

1st: $1,000 and publication in The Iowa Review. One first place winner receives $1,000 and online publication. Prizes: 1st and 2nd prize winners in each category will be awarded $100. Find details about every creative writing competition—including poetry contests, short story competitions, essay contests, awards for novels, grants for translators, and more—that we’ve published in the Grants & Awards section of Poets & Writers Magazine during the past year. Description: Due to a donation from the family of veteran and antiwar author, Jeff Sharlet, The Iowa Review is able to hold The Jeff Sharlet Memorial Award for Veterans. The Rose Post Creative Nonfiction Competition, sponsored by the North Carolina Writers' Network, encourages the creation of lasting nonfiction that is outside the realm of conventional journalism and has relevance to North Carolinians. We’re looking for stories that are honest, accurate, informative, intimate, and—most importantly—true. 2nd: $750. One runner-up receives $100 […] As the judge of this category, I would like to read truthful, authentic stories in 3000 or fewer words. Prize:. Whether your story is revelatory or painful, hilarious or tragic, if it’s about you and your life, we want to read it. The Fiddlehead’s 2020 Creative Nonfiction Contest is now open!