To support outstanding emerging literary voices among student writers, Epiphany, a literary journal announces it’s second annual Breakout 8 Writers Prize. Undergraduate and graduate students may submit a creative manuscript along with a statement of interest for consideration. Detailed information and submission guidelines can be found here. Winners will receive publication in the Breakout Eight […]

The Writer magazine invites you to submit your very best fictional short story for an opportunity to win $1000 and publication in their magazine. Stories from any genre and about any subject are welcome as long as they are under 2000 words. For contest guidelines or to submit your work through their submission manager, click […]

The University of New Orleans Press is looking for full-length fiction manuscripts, either novels or short story collections, for the fourth annual Publishing Lab Prize. The selected author will receive a ten thousand dollar ($10,000) advance on royalties and a contract to publish their winning manuscript with UNO Press. The work does not have to […]

One talented writer who is the parent of at least one child under 10 years old will receive $1000 to further their writing career, a year of mentorship, and will be offered the opportunity to read their winning story at the Pen Parentis Literary Salon in New York City on Tuesday, November 12, 2019. Their […]

Winning Writers calls for entries for the 27th annual Tom Howard/John H. Reid Fiction and Essay Contest. Students may submit short works of fiction or nonfiction from any theme. The winning entry wins $2000, publication online and more. To submit your work or for more information, click here. Contest closes on 30th April, 2019.

Loras College’s national undergraduate literary journal, Catfish Creek encourages undergraduate writers of fiction, poetry and literary nonfiction to submit their best work. Guidelines for submissions are as follows: Fiction: One full length story or three flash fiction pieces at a time. Maximum length of 4000 words. Poetry: Upto three poems at a time as separate […]

Prairie Margins Undergraduate Literary Magazine is seeking high-quality fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and art from students across the country. Details of submissions are as follows. Fiction and Nonfiction works: 600 words or less Poetry: submit up to 6 poems Include a cover letter with your university name, status as an undergraduate student, year, address and email. […]

Principia College’s online literary magazine Mistake House welcomes poetry and short fiction submissions for their next publication. Undergraduates and graduate students are encouraged to apply.     Guidelines for submissions are as follows: Fiction: one story, maximum of 5,000 words Poetry: up to three poems, maximum 40 lines per poem One-page cover letter including a […]

  Hilton Head Monthly, a 100k-circulation magazine covering the resort town of Hilton Head, SC, is soliciting story ideas small and large for their June and July issues. In June, HHM is exploring fatherhood. The July issue will celebrate summer. In addition to colorful lifestyle topics, HHM is interested in community-related issues and interesting people who live in the […]

The New York Times seeks stories The New  York Times is looking for guides and how to’s, but also thoroughly reported stories and/or essays are also encouraged for the Smarter Living series. Students may send stories or pitches to [email protected]. Visit the website for details and to read previously published material. NBC Social Media Marketing Position […]

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