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The Gabo Prize for Literature in Translation & Multilingual Texts/ How To Submit ($200 + Publication)

Lunch Ticket has made known its intention to host The Gabo Prize for Literature in Translation & Multilingual Texts. The Gabo Prize is funded by writers, translators, and Antioch University Los Angeles MFA Alumni Allie Marini and Jennifer McCharen, who launched the prize to support the work of peer translators. Literary translation is important to writers of all cultures....

The TU Dublin Short Story Competition/ How To Submit (€900 + publication)

  It has been announced that TU Dublin – Tallaght Campus and Red Line Book Festival has commenced the 2020 Red Line Book Festival TU Dublin Short Story Competition. The TU Dublin Short Story Competition is run by the Library, Technological University Dublin [TU Dublin] – Tallaght Campus, in association with South Dublin County Council and...

Speculative Fiction: Everything You Need To Know About This Genre {Definitions + Tips + Examples + Opportunities.}

Speculative fiction is becoming more and more popular. Many budding and professional writers are constantly trying to break into this fantastic genre. If you’re new to SpecFic, you’re probably wondering, what is speculative fiction? Or what are the best examples of speculative fiction?  Horror, science fiction, alternate history, and black speculative fiction all fall under...

Antimony and Elder Lace Press/How To Submit (Publication)

Antimony and Elder Lace Press is now open for Novel Submissions! The submissions will run from July 5 until December 25th. Submission Requirements for Antimony and Elder Lace Press: The Press will only accept original, unpublished works of the entree. They do not accept reprints. All submissions should be sent in standard manuscript format. Submissions received...

Apply for an Editorial  job at Mayday Magazines

Mayday Magazine is an online platform for creative writers to express themselves. This is why they have announced new positions. An editorial job offer to welcome more creatives into their fold. It has been publishing for more than ten years. Their publications often include  literary fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and works in translation for an international readership. MAYDAY...

Creative Writing Jobs And Free Writing Courses that Can Help You Land Gigs

It is not unusual to meet writers who desperately want to find creative writing jobs. It only makes sense to earn a living doing what you love, right? Especially since the internet has made it easy for writers to keep their heads above water. Also, many youngsters what to know what kinds of creative writing...

Pop Up Projects 2021/How To Submit (Prize: £500)

Pop UP PROJECTs would be celebrating its 10th anniversary in January 2021. It has been ten years since they began transforming the lives of children who are literarily-inclined. To make this occasion memorable, they will commission and publish Ten Stories to Make a Difference: ten original short stories for young readers by ten writers and ten illustrators. In...