Now in its seventh year, the 2019 Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction is accepting entries of creative, insightful fiction up to 2000 words that engage with the theme fragments. The competition is open to all women, female-identifying and non-binary writers. All entries must be original, previously unpublished and unperformed. This prize is held in honour…

Submit a 500 word story or a poem up to 36 lines.  Over $7000 worth of prizes to be won.  100+ works published in the anthology Deadline: 8pm, 15th May 2019 AEST Entry Fee: $16.50 per submission More Information

The Daisy Utemorrah Award is for an unpublished manuscript of junior or YA fiction by an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander writer. Graphic novels for junior or YA readers are also accepted. Deadline: Tuesday 30 April Entry Fee: Free More information

In a world where the extent of our creative flair is often limited to 280 characters, Audrey Daybook seeks to foster the art and practise of good old-fashioned story writing. 2019 marks the launch of the inaugural Audrey Daybook Short Story Prize competition, where we will publish a different reader’s short story in each issue….

Where else can you have a chance to be mentored by one of Australia’s most successful authors? Entries arriving before or after the deadlines cannot be accepted. Note: you cannot ‘reserve’ a place by paying your entry fee. The only way to claim a place in the contest is to submit your entry. Deadline: Monday…

Australian Book Review welcomes entries in the 2019 ABR Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize, one of the world’s leading prizes for an original short story. The ABR Elizabeth Jolley Short Story Prize is worth a total of $12,500. Entry is open to anyone in the world who is writing in English. Entries must be a…

Write a story about something that matters to you in your world, whether it’s love, friendship, discoveries, injustice or loss. Or create an alternative reality where the usual rules don’t apply. Take us back into the past, or into another country. Transport us there through your imagination and the power of words, for the chance…

Submissions are now open for Griffith Review’s annual novella competition. Winning entries will share in a $25,000 prize pool, supported by Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund, and will be published in Griffith Review 66: The Novella Project VII. Deadline: 29 March, 2019 Entry Fee: $30-$60 More information

A new anthology is open for submissions from all writers in Australia who identify as disabled, deaf, Deaf or chronically ill (under the social model of disability). The collection will be edited by blogger and appearance activist Carly Findlay, author of the forthcoming memoir Say Hello. Carly has been widely published, including in The Guardian,…

Lite Lit One is open for submissions for Twenty Nineteen #1. The issue will be released continuously during the year. Lite Lit One is open to fiction and poetry. Deadline: – Entry Fee: Free More information

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