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U-right Magazine, Call for Submission.

  U-Right Magazine is an online publishing platform in Nigeria. It is a platform that aims at promoting all forms of art, ranging from Poetry, Prose, Essays and digital contents. Of recent, they have announced a call for submission. The theme is Entropy. The deadline for this submission is June 18, 2020. They seek authentic...

The Matador Review’s Call For Submissions

Are you an alternative writer? Then you have to apply for  ”The Matador review” calls for submission. They are  currently accepting work for their fourth issue, the Spring 2017 publication. The call for submissions will end on February 28. Categories include; Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction, Poetry and  visual arts. Submission information can be found at: www.matadorreview.com/submissions Any...

THE 2016 MORLAND WRITING SCHOLARSHIP FOR AFRICAN WRITERS IS ACCEPTING  ENTRIES

The Miles Morland Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2016 Morland Writing Scholarships for African writers opened for entries on Thursday 30th June. The deadline for submissions is Monday 31st October 2016. The Morland Writing Scholarships will be open to anyone who has been born in Africa or both of whose parents were born in...

Write 300 Words for a Chance to Win $100 In The I ❤️ African Literature Writing Contest

Brittle Paper has launched a writing contest to give you a chance to say just what you love about African literature. Here is how it works: Imagine African literature as a romantic partner—boyfriend, girlfriend, sidechick, main squeeze, wife, husband, whatever. It is your 6th year anniversary, but you’ve been going through a rough patch for while now....

On The Premises Short Story Contest

To win this contest, write a creative, compelling, well-crafted story between 1,000 and 5,000 words long in which the concept of “darkness” plays an important role. You may interpret “darkness” any way you want–literally, metaphorically, or any other way. Darkness doesn’t have to have a value judgment attached to it, and it doesn’t have to...