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Writing Competitions & Opportunities – February 2018

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In the spirit of our ‘Beginnings‘ blog series, here’s a great excuse to start a new story, kick off a new submission routine, and begin your publishing journey…

One month of 2018 down already – time to ratchet up your story submissions with a metric word-tonne of writing competitions, contests, opportunities and calls for submission in February! Join in with our 100 Submissions in 2018 challenge and boost your writing CV with some brand new publications…

Check out our Feb listings below, pick your favourite(s) and send some words out into the ether.

Northern Writers’ Awards for Fiction and Narrative Non-fiction, Poetry, Children’s and Young Adult Fiction

Deadline: 1st Feb 2018
Word Limit:
3000-6000 words (up to three short stories of no more than 6,000 words in total or up to 30 poems) + synopsis
Prize:
£500-5000 + a year’s free membership to the Society of Authors + an introductory session with the Society of Authors on the day of our London Talent Salon
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Each submission of work must be accompanied by a synopsis that describes the proposed project. For novelists the synopsis should describe the tone and narrative of the book and for short stories and poetry collections the synopsis should give us a clear idea of the themes and content of the collection that you are working towards. Please note: you may only submit to one Northern Writers’ Award, with the exception that you may additionally apply for a TLC Free Read. If you apply for any other award, your submission will be discounted.

More details and submissions info on each category:

General information on all the awards can be found HERE

The Northern Book Prize

Deadline: 1st Feb 2018
Word Limit:
A complete draft of a novel manuscript (no word limit) + synopsis
Prize:
£5000 + editorial support + a contract for worldwide publication from And Other Stories + access to other developmental opportunities offered by New Writing North
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Each submission must be accompanied by a 1-page synopsis. Please note: you may only submit to one Northern Writers’ Award, with the exception that you may additionally apply for a TLC Free Read. If you apply for any other award, your submission will be discounted.

More details and submissions info HERE

Northern Writers’ Andrea Badenoch Fiction Award

Deadline: 1st Feb 2018
Word Limit:
3000-6000 words of prose or up to 3 short stories (up to 6000 words in total) + synopsis
Prize:
£2000
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
This award is for first-time female writers over the age of 42, the age at which Andrea published her first novel. Each submission of work must be accompanied by a synopsis that describes the proposed project. For novelists the synopsis should describe the tone and narrative of the book and for short stories and poetry collections the synopsis should give us a clear idea of the themes and content of the collection that you are working towards. Please note: you may only submit to one Northern Writers’ Award, with the exception that you may additionally apply for a TLC Free Read. If you apply for any other award, your submission will be discounted.

More details and submissions info HERE

Northern Writers’ Arvon Award

Deadline: 1st Feb 2018
Word Limit:
3000-6000 words of prose or up to 3 short stories (up to 6000 words in total) + synopsis
Prize:
An Arvon course
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Each submission of work must be accompanied by a synopsis that describes the proposed project. For novelists the synopsis should describe the tone and narrative of the book and for short stories and poetry collections the synopsis should give us a clear idea of the themes and content of the collection that you are working towards. Please note: you may only submit to one Northern Writers’ Award, with the exception that you may additionally apply for a TLC Free Read. If you apply for any other award, your submission will be discounted.

More details and submissions info HERE

Word Factory Apprentice Award

Deadline: 1st Feb 2018
Word Limit:
A short story of up to 2000 words
Prize:
Mentoring from the writer Jenn Ashworth; a £1000 bursary from New Writing North; and a year’s free access to all Word Factory events and masterclasses. As a part of the programme, the winning writer will join an established writing community and have the chance to read a showcase event in London.
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
This opportunity is open to writers who have not yet published a full-length work of fiction (either novels or short story collections). Previously self-published writers and published authors from other genres such as non-fiction and poetry may apply. Please note: you may only submit to one Northern Writers’ Award, with the exception that you may additionally apply for a TLC Free Read. If you apply for any other award, your submission will be discounted.

More details and submissions info HERE

TLC Free Reads

Deadline: 1st Feb 2018
Word Limit:
3000-6000 words of prose, 10-15 poems, or up to 3 short stories (up to 6000 words in total) + synopsis
Prize:
An in-depth editorial report on their work in progress from The Literary Consultancy worth up to £300
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Each submission of work must be accompanied by a synopsis that describes the proposed project. For novelists the synopsis should describe the tone and narrative of the book and for short stories and poetry collections the synopsis should give us a clear idea of the themes and content of the collection that you are working towards.

More details and submissions info HERE

The First Line (RECURRING)

Deadline: 1st Feb 2018
Word Limit:
300-5000 words
Payment:
$25-50
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Stories must use the opening line: Leo massaged the back of his neck, thankful the meeting was finally over. Writers should also include a 2-3 sentence biography.

More details and submissions info HERE

New Welsh Writing Awards 2018

Deadline: 2nd Feb 2018
Word Limit:
A minimum of two essays on a related theme between 5,000 and 30,000 words
Prize:
1st prize: £1,000 as an advance on an e-book deal with New Welsh Rarebyte + a critique + lunch with literary agent Cathryn Summerhayes / 2nd prize: a residential course at Ty Newydd Writers’ Centre / 3rd prize:  a writing retreat at Gladstone’s Library
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Open to all writers based in the UK and Ireland plus those worldwide who have been educated in Wales.

More details and submissions info HERE

Guernica’s Deserts Special

Deadline: 7th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
Long-form nonfiction features (3,000-6,000 words), memoir/essay/reportage, shorter dispatches, interviews, photo essays, fiction, and poetry
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes: 
Guernica is currently assembling a special issue on the theme of deserts. In it, we hope to consider, among other things, diverse desert communities, climate and immigration issues, changing landscapes across the globe, water crises and desertification, wildlife, food and Internet deserts, the spiritual allure of the sand—and to take up the subject as powerful metaphor.

More details and submissions info HERE

Chip Lit Fest Short Story Competition

Deadline: 7th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
5000 words
Prize:
1st prize: £500, 2nd prize: £100, 3rd prize: £50
Entry Fee: £5 for stories up to 2500 words / £8 for stories up to 5000 words
Notes:
Judged by Rachel Seiffert

More details and submissions info HERE

2018 Nelson Algren Literary Award

Deadline: 7th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
8000 words
Prize:
Grand prize: $3,500, four finalists: $1,000, five runners-up: $500
Entry Fee: £5 for stories up to 2500 words / £8 for stories up to 5000 words

More details and submissions info HERE

Spread the Word Life Writing Prize

Deadline: 9th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
5000 words
Prize:
£1500 + an Arvon course + editorial development + RSL membership + meeting with literary professionals
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Theme: Life writing. Judged by Erica Wagner, Hannah Lowe & Kwaku Osei-Afrifa

More details and submissions info HERE

Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize 2018

Deadline: 9th Feb 2018 (noon GMT)
Word Limit:
40-50 pages of a novel + a 5-10 page synopsis 
Prize: 
£1500
Entry Fee: £12
Notes: 
All shortlisted entrants receive a valuable half-hour one-to-one consultation, with Judge and literary agent, Marilia Savvides. Marilia will give editorial feedback and discuss the marketability of the work submitted.

More details and submissions info HERE

Blue Light Books Prize

Deadline: 9th Feb 2018 
Word Limit:
Short story collections of 35,000-45,000 words
Prize: 
A publication contract with IU Press and a prize of $2,000 against future royalties
Entry Fee: $20
Notes: 
The winning Blue Light Books collection will be displayed at the following Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference. The winner will also be flown out to read a selection of their work at the annual 2019 Blue Light Reading in beautiful Bloomington, IN.

More details and submissions info HERE

Strokestown 20 Photos, 20 Lines Competition 

Deadline: 9th Feb 2018 
Word Limit:
Poetry: 20 lines
Prize:
1st prize: €100, 19 runners up: €20 each
Entry Fee: 3
Notes: 
Poems must be inspired by one of 20 photo prompts found here. Judged by Noelle Lynskey

More details and submissions info HERE

Bath Flash Fiction Award

Deadline: 11th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
300 words
Prize: 
1st prize: £1000, 2nd prize: £300, 3rd prize: £100
Entry Fee: £7.50 (or 2 for £12 / 3 for £18)
Notes:
Judged by Tara L Masih. Longlist announcement 28 Feb

More details and submissions info HERE

Great Eighty Challenge (RECURRING)

Deadline: 12th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
Exactly 80 words
Prize: 
royalties on publication
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Title not included in word count (but limited to 6 words)

More details and submissions info HERE

Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook Short Story Competition

Deadline: 13th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
2000 words
Prize: 
An Arvon writing retreat
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Judged by Alysoun Owen. Longlist/winner announced in March

More details and submissions info HERE

Wigleaf Call for Submissions

Deadline: 14th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
1000 words (up to 3 stories per submission)
Prize:
Publication. All submissions from this period which are accepted for publication in Wigleaf will be eligible for the Mythic Picnic Prize, whose purse will be $500.00.
Entry Fee: FREE

More details and submissions info HERE

Desperate Literature Short Fiction Prize

Deadline: 14th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
2000 words
Prize:
1st prize: €1000 + a week’s residency at the Civitella Ranieri Foundation + a consultation with a US Literary Agent from Foundry Literary + Media, 2 runners-up: €250
Entry Fee: €20 for the first entry, €10 for every further entry (max 5 entries per person)
Notes: All shortlisted stories will be published in a limited edition Risograph booklet and launched at the Desperate Literature Short Fiction Prize Salon, Madrid.

More details and submissions info HERE

Smoking Pen Press – A Kiss and a Promise Anthology

Deadline: 14th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
7000-12000 words 
Payment:
$25 or copies of the anthology
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes: 
Theme: romance

More details and submissions info HERE

Pure Slush’s 7 Deadly Sins: Lust

Deadline: 14th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
200-1000 words – fiction, non-fiction, stories, essays and poetry welcome
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes: 
Theme: ‘lust’

More details and submissions info HERE

NYC Emerging Writers Fellowship

Deadline: 15th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
7500 words
Prize: 
A grant of $5,000 + mentoring + agent consultation + free admission to all center events for one year, 30% discount on writing workshops + 2 public readings + professional headshot
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Applicants must be current residents of one of the five boroughs, and must remain in New York City for the entire year of the fellowship.

More details and submissions info HERE

William Van Dyke Short Story Prize

Deadline: 15th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
5500 words
Prize: 
1st prize: $1500, 2nd prize $200
Entry Fee: $20
Notes: 
Entries must be previously unpublished (if it has a circulation of 500 or greater, in print or online, we consider it previously published).

More details and submissions info HERE

Persimmon Tree

Deadline: 15th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
Fiction and non-fiction up to 3500 words / ‘short takes’ 250-500 words
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes: 
Theme: immigration and immigrants. Submissions are open to women aged 60+

More details and submissions info HERE

Writers Online Dialogue-only Short Story Contest

Deadline: 15th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
 1500-1700 words
Prize:
1st prize: £200, 2nd prize: £50
Entry Fee: £5 (£3 for subscribers) 
Notes: 
Stories must contain only dialogue – no descriptions, no ‘he said’, just let the characters do the talking.

More details and submissions info HERE

Reader’s Digest 100 Word Story

Deadline: 19th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
Exactly 100 words (including title) 
Prize:
1st prize: £1000, 2 runners-up: £250 (adult category)
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes: 
There are 3 categories: adult, 12-18yrs, under 12s. The top 3 stories in each category will be open for voting online. All shortlisted stories will be published in a Lulu anthology. Entry is open only to residents of the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland.

More details and submissions info HERE

Gotham Writers Past-Year Memoir Contest

Deadline: 19th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
17 words
Prize:
A free Gotham Writers class
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes: 
Judges are looking for a true story from your life in 2017

More details and submissions info HERE

Gathering Storm Magazine

Deadline: 20th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
2000 words
Payment:
$25 for fiction, $10 for poetry
Entry Fee: $5/£3
Notes:
Themes: The Pen is Mightier Than The Sword / The Customer is Always Right / The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall / What Doesn’t Kill Us, Makes Us Stronger. Most submissions that are published will be adapted into an audio version based on the approved, final edits between GSM and the author.

More details and submissions info HERE

Kickback Media New Children’s Writer Competition

Deadline: 23rd Feb 2018
Word Limit:
2000 words (writing to a brief)
Prize: 
£250 + potential collaboration with Kickback Media on ‘Project FX’, which will be taken to London Book Fair in 2018 + the opportunity to submit one of your own projects to the judges and receive a critical assessment.
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
This competition is NOT about creating a story. The writing challenge is about bringing to life a scenario that we have created: showing us how you can bring characters and scenes to life, painting pictures with your words in a way that will instantly engage a potential target reader.
The creative task is to, figuratively speaking, open the door into a unique world, maybe surprising, exciting, threatening, unnerving or even scary. Wherever you decide to take us and however you decide to make us feel your words should create emotional echoes and leave us wanting to read more. Your target audience is an 8+ avid reader.

More details and submissions info HERE

A3 Review (RECURRING)

Deadline: 24th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
150 words (not incl title)
Prize:
1st: £175, 2nd: £100, 3rd: £75
Entry Fee: $5/£3
Notes:
Theme: ‘brief encounters & chance meetings’ – optional critique for an extra $10

More details and submissions info HERE

Atlantis Short Story Contest

Deadline: 25th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
300-1200 words
Prize:
1st: $300, 2nd: $100, 3rd: $50 + all winning and shortlisted stories receive in-depth feedback
Entry Fee: $10 + option for paid feedback on all entries
Notes:
Published writers who have earned more than $5,000 through their literary work(s) are not allowed to enter the contest.

More details and submissions info HERE

Popshot Magazine

Deadline: 26th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
Short stories 1000-3000 words / flash fiction 100-1000 words / poetry 12-40 lines (up to 3 pieces of work per submission)
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Theme: ‘truth’

More details and submissions info HERE

Reflex Fiction Spring Flash Competition 

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
180-360 words
Prize:
1st prize: £1000, 2nd prize: £500, 3rd prize: £250
Entry Fee: £7
Notes:
Shortlisted stories will be published on the Reflex website

More details and submissions info HERE

Fish Publishing Flash Fiction Prize

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
300 words
Prize:
1st prize: €1000, 2nd prize: online writing course
Entry Fee: €14
Notes:
Judged by Sherrie Flick. Top ten stories will be published in the Fish Anthology 2018

More details and submissions info HERE

Booksie 2017-2018 Short Story Contest

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
5000 words
Prize:
1st prize: $600, 2 runners-up: $150
Entry Fee: $5.95
Notes:
You must be a Booksie member to enter the contest. Five finalists will be chosen by the editorial team. One finalist will be chosen by readers as the work with the highest number of total reads will be selected. The names of the six finalists will be announced approximately four weeks after the contest has closed.

More details and submissions info HERE

Margery Allingham Short Story Competition

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
3500 words
Prize:
£500 + two weekend passes to Crimefest 2019 and a selection of Margery Allingham books
Entry Fee: £12
Notes:
Crime writing

More details and submissions info HERE

So Bad It’s Good

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
500 words
Prize:
1st prize: $500, 2nd prize:$250, 3rd prize: $100
Entry Fee: $10
Notes:
A competition for deliberately bad writing! See some previous examples here

More details and submissions info HERE

Papatango Prize (Playwriting)

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit: 
Full-length plays (minimum 60 mins / 40 pages / 9000 words)
Prize: 
Production + box office royalties + publication by Nick Hern books + £6000 commission for a new play
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
All submissions will receive feedback from the judges

More details and submissions info HERE

1000 Word Challenge (RECURRING)

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
750-1000 words
Prize:
1st prize: £100, 2nd prize £50, 3rd prize: £25
Entry Fee: £5 (£10 with critique)
Notes:
Theme: ‘set at a party’

More details and submissions info HERE

Glimmer Train Short Story Award for New Writers

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
Most entries run from 1000 to 5000 words, but any lengths up to 12,000 are welcome
Prize:
1st prize: $2500, 2nd prize: $500, 3rd prize: $300
Entry Fee: $18
Notes:
Open only to writers who haven’t had any fiction appear (nor scheduled to appear) in a print publication with a circulation over 5,000. (Entries must not have appeared in print, but previous online publication is fine.)

More details and submissions info HERE

Flash 500 Short Story Competition

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
1000-3000 words
Prize:
1st prize: £500, 2nd prize: £200, 3rd prize: £100
Entry Fee:  £7/€9 for one, £12/€15.50 for two, £16/€21 for three, £20/€26 for four

More details and submissions info HERE

Txtlit (RECURRING)

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
160 characters
Entry Fee: Submissions are made by text message. You will be charged for one standard text by your network operator.
Notes: Theme: TBC – send your story as a text message from a UK mobile phone to our new number 07537 432 432

More details and submissions info HERE

Beneath the Waves – Tales from the Deep

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
5000-8000 words
Payment:
$50 AUD
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes: Horror/speculative fiction

More details and submissions info HERE

Everything Change Climate Fiction Contest 2018

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
5000 words
Prize:
1st prize: $1000, 9 runners-up: $50 each
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes: Judged by Kim Stanley Robinson. Your submission in some way should illustrate or explore the impact of climate change on humanity and/or the Earth, in the present or the near- or moderate-term future. It should also reflect current scientific knowledge about climate change, though you have full artistic freedom to exaggerate, embellish, and invent fictional conditions and situations. It may illuminate and invite reflections on a climate-related challenge that individuals, communities, organizations, or societies face today, or might face in the near to moderate-term future. Examples include daily decisions and behaviors, policy-making and politics, strategy and planning, moral responsibility to the future, investment in R&D or technologies, and public health issues.

More details and submissions info HERE

Making Monsters

Deadline: 28th Feb 2018
Word Limit:
Short stories 2000-5000 words / flash fiction up to 1900 words / poetry up to 50 lines
Payment:
£50 for short stories, £25 for flash fiction or poetry
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes: Retellings or reimaginings of classical monsters in fantasy, horror or science fiction short stories. In particular, stories and poems that explore the marginality and transgressiveness of female monsters and monstrous women such as Medusa, Scylla, Lilith, Kiyohime or Krasue, in the context of disadvantaged and marginalized women, including intersections with other axes of oppression and violence such as race, gender identity, sexuality, disability, language and religion. We especially welcome “own voices” fiction and stories by authors from marginalized groups, but we do not require authors to self-identify in any way.

More details and submissions info HERE

Writing on a Wall

Deadline: 28 Feb 2018
Word Limit:
Fiction up to 300 words, poems up to 30 lines
Prize:
Award ceremony on World Book Night (23 April)
Entry Fee: FREE – up to 4 entries per person
Notes:
Theme: ‘wall’ – entrants may submit in three categories: over 18, 12-18yrs & under 12.

More details and submissions info HERE

Poets & Players Poetry Competition

Deadline: 28 Feb 2018
Word Limit:
Poems up to 40 lines
Prize:
1st prize: £600, 2nd prize: £200, 3rd prize: £100
Entry Fee: £4 (or £10 for 3 poems)
Notes:
Judged by Pascale Petit. Winners will be informed by 12 April 2018 and invited to read alongside Pascale Petit at the prize awarding ceremony on 12 May 2018 at the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.

More details and submissions info HERE

The Writing District Contest (RECURRING)

Deadline: 28 Feb 2018
Word Limit:
3000 words
Prize:
$50
Entry Fee: FREE

More details and submissions info HERE

Travel Writing Scholarship

Deadline: 28 Feb 2018
Word Limit:
2500 words + application form
Prize: 
An exclusive 4-day travel writing course under the mentorship of New York Times and Outside magazine contributor Tim Neville + a 10-day trip with $1000 USD spending money and a free tour + flights + travel insurance
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Write a character travel story around one of the following themes: ‘making a local connection’ / ‘the last thing I expected’ / ‘a decision that pushed me to the edge’. Submissions should also be accompanied by an application statement (1500 characters or fewer) explaining why you should be the scholarship recipient and what winning this opportunity would mean to you.

More details and submissions info HERE

Theatre Royal Haymarket Pitch Your Play 2018

Deadline: 28 Feb 2018
Word Limit:
The first 30 pages of your play + a short synopsis + a cover letter*
Prize: 
Three successful pitches will be given space, admin and marketing support for 4 weeks at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, working with the Masterclass team to produce your staged reading. In addition, each winning team will receive one weeks access to their West End stage in order to rehearse and stage your play. This will culminate in an exclusive opportunity to showcase your work in a West End venue to an audience of friends, family, colleagues and invited industry professionals.
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Submissions open to either a pre-existing team consisting of a writer, a producer and a director aged 17-30, or a passionate writer with a finished play. *Cover letter should detail why they should pick your play and why you want it staged, what you hope this opportunity will offer you, what your long term plans are for the play, in an ideal world, where you see your play being produced

More details and submissions info HERE

Myriad First Graphic Novel Competition

Deadline: 28 Feb 2018
Word Limit:
15-30 pages from a work in progress + synopsis
Prize: 
The winner will be offered the opportunity to develop their work-in-progress with Myriad’s creative and editorial team with a view to being offered a contract and publication.
Entry Fee: £10
Notes: 
Entries are welcomed from all cartoonists, and writers and artists working as a team, who are resident in the UK and who have not previously had a full-length graphic work published.

More details and submissions info HERE

Red Hen Press Womens Prose Prize

Deadline: 28 Feb 2018
Word Limit:
45,000-80,000 words
Prize: 
$1000 and publication by Red Hen Press
Entry Fee: $25
Notes: 
The award is open to all writers who identify as women and are previously unpublished

More details and submissions info HERE

Ad Hoc Fiction (RECURRING)

Deadline: Various (weekly)
Word Limit:
150 words
Prize:
Free entry to the Bath Flash Fiction Award
Entry Fee: FREE
Notes:
Entries must include the prompt word (see website for latest deadline). Once submissions are closed, entries are published for public voting on the Ad Hoc site.

More details and submissions info HERE

Writers’ Forum Short Story Contest (RECURRING)

Deadline: Rolling
Word Limit:
1000-3000 words
Prize:
1st prize: £300, 2nd prize: £150, 3rd prize: £100
Entry Fee: £6 (£3 for subscribers) 
Notes:
Optional feedback for £5. This is a rolling competition which means that entries received after one issue’s cut-off point are simply placed in the next contest.

More details and submissions info HERE

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Check out our 100 Submissions in 2018 challenge here!

NOTE: We’ve mainly included listings that offer payment or prizes here, as an added impetus, but there are huuuundreds more literary mags and submissions opportunities out there that reward you with publication, which is absolutely nothing to be sniffed at, and is a great way to build your ‘writer’s CV’ and prove your mettle. Check out Duotrope or The Submission Grinder for wider listings of non-paying markets – or, y’know, google “list of literary magazines” and you should be busy for the next zillion years…

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