The Missouri Review is inviting entries for 28th annual Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize. A total of US$15,000 will be awarded.
The Missouri Review was founded in 1978 and is based at the University of Missouri. Published quarterly, each issue contains approximately five new stories, three new poetry features, and two essays, all of which is selected from unsolicited submissions. New, emerging, and mid-career writers whose work has been published in the Missouri Review have been anthologised over 100 times in Best American Short Stories, Best American Essays, Best American Travel Writing, Best American Poetry, The O. Henry Prize Anthology and The Pushcart Prize.
Are you an American-born poet who would like to spend a year travelling abroad? If so, then the Amy Lowell Poetry Travelling Scholarship might just be your perfect opportunity.
The Amy Lowell Poetry Travelling Scholarship awards approximately US$59,000 annually to a poet to spend one year outside North America, in whatever place the recipient feels will most advance his or her work.
The Arkansas International is inviting entries for its second annual emerging writer’s prize. The winner will receive US$1000 and publication. The prize is only open to writers who have not yet published a full-length book.
The Arkansas International is a journal of literature from the University of Arkansas Program in Creative Writing and Translation. Its first issue was published in Fall 2016 with the aim of publishing the best fiction, poetry, essays, comics and works in translation from the United States and abroad.
Aftermath, a new publication dedicated high-quality fiction exploring the collapse of human civilisation, is inviting entries to its inaugural short story prize.
Aftermath’s focus on climate change and environmental disaster is unapologetically bleak: the editors believe that time is running out for humankind. Through this new venture, they hope to publish cautionary stories and raise the awareness of the dangers the planet is facing.
The Moth Magazine is currently inviting entries from writers around the world to its annual short story prize. The winner will receive €3000.
This prize is open to previously unpublished works of fiction up to 5000 words. In addition to the €3000 (approximately US$3700) first prize, a second prize will be awarded with the winner to receive a writing retreat at Circle of Misse, located in the south of France’s Loire Valley plus €250. The third prize winner receives €1000 and all three winners will have their stories published in the autumn issue of The Moth.