Tess Rowley‘s short story The Girl Who Wanted to Paint the Moon placed second in the Hope Prize Short Story Competition 2018.
Mocco Wollert‘s poem Nicky won highly commended in the Kenilworth ArtsFest Poetry Competition 2018.
Lindsay Boyd‘s story The Gratuity has been published by Fairlight Books.
Damen O’Brien‘s poems Laika Was a Dog and The Tree is Burning were shortlisted in the ACU Poetry Prize.
Toni Risson‘s short story Mrs Anderson won the 2018 Estelle Pinney Short Story Competition.
Gregory James‘ debut manuscript Bordertown was a runner-up in Harper Collins inaugural Banjo Award.
Fiction will read unsolicited manuscripts from October 15 through April 15. Staying under 5,000 words is encouraged, but they will read short story, novelette, and novella fiction manuscripts of any length. Fiction is a semiannual publication established in 1972. It is looking for the best new writing available, leaning toward the unconventional, and accepts a variety of genres: experimental,…
Bloodhound Books is looking for submissions of new fiction from authors with or without representation. We specialise in the fiction we know best and love most. That includes; grit lit, crime fiction, suspense, mystery, domestic noir and psychological thrillers and chillers Deadline: Ongoing Entry Fee: FREE More Information
Brevity publishes well-known and emerging writers working in the extremely brief (750 words or less) essay form. Deadline: Ongoing Entry Fee: FREE More Information
Library For All engages writers and illustrators from around the world to help us create our unique digital books. Library For All accepts limited unsolicited submissions of stories suitable for young readers (4-7 years) for development into picture books. Do you have a wonderful story idea? We’d love to hear from you. Deadline: Ongoing Entry…