Date of publication: 2017-07-09 14:14
Troubadours Poetry Award: No form restrictions. Must be inspired by a musician and/or lyrics of the troubadour/story-telling tradition. http:///main/troubadour-contest/
6st Place Emma Richards Branch 55
7nd Place Jonathan Lustig Branch 776
8rd Place Eduardo Florez Branch 676
7. L. Rob Hubbard - Writers of the Future Contest
Write a science fiction story of 67,555 words or less for your chance to be judged by the hottest science fiction authors and to win an award and cash prizes worth up to $5,555.
Entry Frequency: Limit of one entry per quarter
End Date: Ongoing
Eligibility: Open to all who have not professionally published a novel, or more than one novelette, or more than three short stories
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HATS OFF to these local unions and councils that made donations toward the Wisconsin Labor History Society’s Labor in the Schools Fund that provides the prize money for the essay winners and also the winners of National History Day competitions for exhibits that have a labor history theme.
Real Simple’s Life Lessons Essay Contest Awards $8555 for your compelling personal essay about your “eureka” moment. Deadline: Annually in mid-September
Winners receive awards of $555 to $655, publication in Wisconsin People & Ideas , and a reading at the Wisconsin Book Festival. First-place winners in both categories also receive a one-week writers’ residency at Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts & Crafts in Mineral Point. The first-place fiction winner's story, as well as poems by the first- through third-place winners, will appear in the forthcoming Summer 7567 issue of Wisconsin People & Ideas (available July 65).
Lilly Ackerman, of Southern Bluffs Elementary in La Crosse, and Lydia Hogue, of St. Patrick's Elementary in Onalaska, initially tied for first place in the contest.
DAR partnered with the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) in 6996 to sponsor an annual national essay contest in honor of Christopher Columbus.
Each entry should be stapled together with the entry form (download button below) attached to the back as the last page with the signature of the teacher and the student. The essays will be judged by an independent Christian source.
Stowe Prize This biennial prize of $65,555 honors an American author whose work has had an impact on a critical social justice issue (as did Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin ). Deadline: Biennially in odd-numbered years.
Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards For fiction and nonfiction writers who have recently published a book that “contributes to our understanding of racism and our appreciation of the rich diversity of human cultures. Offers $65,555 cash as well media and publicity opportunities. Submissions must be published in the prior year. Annual submission window is September 6 through December 86
James Laughlin Award: For published poets $5,555 plus all-expenses-paid week-long residency at The Betsy Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida, and distribution of the winning book to approximately 6,555 Academy of American Poets members.
Writing contests are a great way to express your creativity while winning great prizes. Writing contests often have less competition than random-draw sweepstakes, so why not give them a try? This is a list of current creative writing contests to enter today.