Australia's Most Prestigious Essay Competition. The Governor-General's Prize is an essay competition open to all students enrolled in an undergraduate degree at an Australian University and studying in Australia for all or part of 2019 or 2020.
The winner will receive a 12-month mentorship with a publisher at Hachette Australia. The format of this will depend on the winning writer but you can expect to receive an assessment of the three chapters that you’ve submitted, feedback on your writing style, a discussion around who your target audience might be and regular phone calls to check in on your writing progress.
Writing Competitions 2012, 2014 In 2012 and 2014 the Society conducted international writing competitions, judged by one of Australia’s most significant contemporary writers, Helen Garner. The 2012 competition was held to honour the centenary of HHR’s only return visit to Australia in 1912 to complete research for her great trilogy, The Fortunes of Richard Mahony.Besides, there are plenty of free writing contests that encourage and inspire boundless creativity with real cash prizes and career-advancing opportunities! Since it can be hard for a writer to know where to find them, we did the legwork for you. We found 37 reputable, well-reviewed, free writing contests for poets, fiction writers, essayists.The Calibre Essay Prize is open to all essayists writing in English. We seek essays of between 2,000 and 5,000 words on any subject. We welcome essays of all kinds: personal or political, literary or speculative, traditional or experimental. Founded in 2007, the Calibre Prize is one of the world’s leading prizes for a new non-fiction essay.
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In September 2017, the Gavin Mooney Memorial Essay Competition was re-launched as a grants process, and as a joint project of the University of Wollongong, Croakey.org, and the online magazine Inside Story. The competition honours the work and memory of the late Professor Gavin Mooney, a health economist who was a tireless advocate for social justice in local, national and international arenas.Read More
Theme “A Letter from Myself in 2030” Imagine what an ideal world ten years from now would be like. Write a letter from yourself in 2030 to your present (2020) self, in which you describe the state of the world, the way people are living, and what you, yourself, are doing in society.Read More
Writing Competitions Saveas Writers’ International Writing Competition 2020 Competition deadline: 31st August 2020 To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the publication of Riddley.Read More
Make money with your writing Skills. List of Essay Competitions for Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Uganda and other African countries.Read More
Discover the finest writing contests of 2020 for fiction and non-fiction authors — including short story competitions, essay writing competitions, poetry contests, and many more. Updated weekly, these contests are vetted by Reedsy to weed out the scammers and time-wasters.Read More
Writing competitions Below is a list of non-fiction, essay, memoir and life writing competitions from UK, Ireland and Europe — although some are open to writers internationally. For non-fiction writing competitions from Canada and America, and mostly aimed at North American writers, click here.Read More
Short Fiction Prize Overview. Stony Brook Southampton is accepting submissions of short fiction (7,500 words or less). “Southampton Arts is a vibrant community within SUNY Stony Brook that gathers together graduate programs in creative writing, children’s lit, podcasting and film. Today’s professional practice as an artist demands well-rounded, independent, imaginative entrepreneurs.Read More
SA Writers College offers a free-to-enter short story competition every year with cash prizes for the winners. We do this to support emerging writers and provide a platform for the short story writing. If you would like to see the kind of work people submit, or you just want a good read, read our winning entries over the past ten years. If you are looking to take your writing to the next level.Read More