Good Afternoon! Just one post for today courtesy of The Writer. Get your pencils and pens ready because they have another contest. Read on below…
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As you already know, The Writer encourages all of our readers to practice their craft and put their stories in front of the eyes of as many people as possible. Writing contests have always been a vital part of the writing world, giving writers the chance to have their work reviewed by editors and possibly published. Literary journals, universities, and even The Writer regularly host writing competitions, helping authors gain exposure and hone their craft.
Choose your inspiration, submit before the deadline, and, as always, keep writing.
Our Current Contest: 2021 Essay Contest
Submit your very best essay in 2,000 words or less. Any theme, subject, or genre is fair game, as long as it is nonfiction and falls under 2,000 words.
Deadline: March 10, 2021
Grand prize: $1,000 and publication in our magazine
Word count: 2,000 words or less
Need to brush up on your skills before entering the contests below?
For short story contests, here are a few of our favorite fiction writing articles:
- Win big with writing contests
- Editors’ tips for getting your short stories published
- How to write a captivating short story
- Creating fully developed fictional characters (that are not secretly you)