I’m excited to announce that my short story “Small Investments” was short-listed in Room magazine’s annual fiction contest! I want to congratulate all the other short-listed writers as well as the winners! Advertisements
I’m honoured to announce that my memoir, “The Devil’s In Her Mind,” has taken first place in creative non-fiction in Rhubarb’s Taboo Literary Contest. It will be published in the fall issue. Subscribe to Rhubarb!
Attention writers: check out these upcoming contests!
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Autumn, for many, is a fertile time of mind. Anticipating that, many of Canada’s great literary magazines and organizations are hosting creative writing contests for emerging journalists and literary artists.
Building on our Guide to Summer Writing Contests we present those competitions open to the general public coming up this fall. We also carry an exhaustive list of awards, contests, funding and other opportunities in the Professional Resources section of our website. If we missed one, let us know.
The Walrus | CIC International Long-Form Competition
Deadline: October 26, 2012
Prize: $7500 + publication
Entry Fee: None
Notes: Entrants submit a detailed pitch for an investigative story with an international focus; the winner will work with a Walrus editor to develop and publish the piece.
CBC Canada Writes Short Story Prize
Sections: Short fiction
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