Opportunities, Contests and Submissions
Have a short story, poem or other work you're just dying to share? Check out these publication, workshop and contest opportunities:
Tim Harmon is doing an art project with the Harrison Center. He is inviting people to write a poem about the King Park neighborhood. ( Fall creek to the North. The interstate to the south. Monon Trail to the east and Pennsylvania Ave. to the west. Poems will be included in art pieces that Tim makes. Each poem used will receive $50.00 if and when the art sells. He will be doing one piece a month for 2014.
Accepting poems from now till September 14. Mail your poems to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to 1035 Hosbrook st. Indianapolis, IN. 46203. If you have more questions, call: 317-627-0498
Call for Entry, Durango 10-Minute Play Contest, Durango, CO
The Durango Arts Center announces its 2014 10-Minute Play Contest seeking original plays, never before produced. Each play should require two-to-four characters, and minimal props and costumes. The play, exclusive of title and cast pages, may be no more than 10 pages. Script submissions should include an optional cover letter, two copies of the play, $10 entry fee (checks made to Durango Arts Center). For a copy of the entry flyer, format for the plays, judging process and schedule of events, please email TenMinutePlayDirector@gmail.com. Deadline for entry is February 14, 2014.
Nimrod International Journal of Prose and PoetryCall for Manuscripts:
For our Spring/Summer 2014 issue, Reimagined: Bridging This World and Others, Nimrod International Journal is looking for poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction pieces that play with the idea of reimagining.
Go here for details: http://www.utulsa.edu/nimrod/manuscripts.html
Postmark Deadline: January 10th, 2014
Publication Date: April 2014
Butler Bridge Program
The Butler Bridge workshops are designed to develop the writing skills of pre-college students(grades 3-12). Participation in such an individualized writing workshop program will help students prepare for college while also nurturing their talents and imaginations. This semester we are particularly lucky to have YA writers Ben Winters and John Green on board!
Go to http://www.butler.edu/english/writing-camp/butler-bridge/ to get all the details.
If you are interested in signing up for any (OR ALL!) of the Butler Bridge Programs, please fill out a registration sheet found at http://www.butler.edu/english/writing-camp/butler-bridge/ or by emailing coordinator Mindy Dunn at email@example.com. Your registration will be confirmed upon payment.
Indiana Kids magazine, a brand new family project (not a commercial one) written, edited and published for kids, about kids and by kids, is seeking submissions from Indiana kids across the state.
This online quarterly magazine is a family project of the Miller and Anderson families of central Indiana, founded to teach our own family's Indiana kids how to work together, how to interview people (which involves a lot of listening), how to interpret and write about what they've learned, and to introduce them to many other interesting Indiana kids around the state they might otherwise not get to meet. Please send us your poetry, short stories, art work and photography. Make sure the photographs are a jpg file. The drawings can be pdf files. The poems and stories can be either Microsoft Word or just written in the body of the email.
If your submission fits the themes and mission of the magazine, we will publish it in future issues of Indiana Kids. Please send your work to firstname.lastname@example.org and put "submission" in the subject line. Please let us know what you would like to see us write about in Indiana Kids in future issues. Take a look at the magazine via this link: http://issuu.com/indianakids
The best new fiction on the web. Or anywhere else, for that matter.Freight Stories is now reading submissions for their next issue. Writers of excellent fiction should consider submitting via the online submission manager. Or drop in and read the stories in our current issue.
Poets & Writers: New Writing Contest Deadlines!http://www.pw.org/
For information regarding writing contests and deadlines: Go to the Writing Contest Database