OWL members urged to submit contest entries no later than September 1, 2011, but earlier if possible.
The Susie Pryor Award offers a $1,000 prize to the most outstanding research on the topic of Arkansas women.
If you plan to attend the 2010 Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, Inc. (OWFI) conference April 29- May 1, it’s time to register and get your contest entries in the mail. The 42nd annual OWFI writers’ conference headquarters will be the Embassy Suites hotel in Oklahoma City. Headlining the conference this year is mystery/science fiction writer Dana… Continue reading 2010 OWFI Deadline Looms
The Crime Writers’ Association’s 2010 crime writing competition, The Debut Dagger, is open to any writer who has not had a novel published, commercially, in any genre. First prize is £500 plus two free tickets to the CWA Dagger Awards in London and a night’s stay for two in a top London hotel. All shortlisted… Continue reading Mystery Novel Contest for Unpublished Writers
Writers interested in writing interactive fiction for the youth market (14-24 years), may want to enter the contest sponsored by UK firm Mobile Interactive Horizons Ltd, The company has coined the word mifiction (pronounced “my fiction”) for both their imprint and the type of fiction they are looking for. “Mifiction” can be defined as “interactive fiction… Continue reading Writing Contest for “Mifiction”
Donna Volkenannt, Saturday Writers Website Editor, has announced that the contest deadline for her magazine’s 8th Annual Short Story contest has been extended until November 15. Judging the stories will be Pushcart Prize nominated writer Lynn Carney. Entries must be short stories (no essays, poems or articles). They may be on any subject or in… Continue reading Short Story Contest Deadline November 15, 2009