We received this giant list of things that writers - of all genres and styles - can look at to get published, win cash, share their work, collaborate with others, and more!
There are some pretty cool projects that you might want to get in on!
Atmosphere is calling for full-length manuscripts in all genres during its open reading period.
For its 2020 Unpublished Contest, Book Pipeline will award a total of $15,000 to emerging writers across all genres of fiction and nonfiction.
Poets Reading the News is looking for poetry editors.
Diverse Discourse brings national curators, artistic directors, and critics to Houston to present a free public lecture and conduct studio visits.
For its next annual issue, Inlandia: A Literary Journey is seeking poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and images.
Digging Through The Fat/Digging Press is seeking visual artists for artist spotlights.
Terrapin Books is open for submissions of full-length poetry manuscripts.
For its TV Retreat & Fellowship Contest, The CineStory Foundation asks that applicants submit an original pilot episode teleplay.
Writer Advice seeks both flash fiction and flash memoir about coping with COVID-19.
The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center is accepting applications for its 2020-2021 Artist Residency program.
For the month of August, CavanKerry Press is accepting collections of poetry, memoir, and essays that explore the emotional and psychological landscapes of everyday life.
Equinox is now accepting entries for its 2020 Short Story Contest. The winner will receive a $500 prize.
For its biannual literary journal, Salt Hill is considering poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.
Elsewhere Studios is accepting residency applications. Scholarships are available for artists of color and LGBTQIA+ artists.
For its fourth-annual Poetry Video Contest, Button Poetry seeks video entries of one to four minutes.
The Gomma Photography Grant is a grant contest designed to fund and support photographers working in various genres.
Blue Stoop still has openings for its 8-week, online craft courses in fiction, cultural essay, and poetry.
For an upcoming print edition of its nature and place-based journal, The Fourth River seeks poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and art.
Knight Foundation's New Work 2020 will provide up to $500,000 to support Miami-area artists in developing groundbreaking art.
The Historic Joy Kogawa House Society is accepting applications for its writer’s residency program.
There are several new openings at Submittable. We'd love to work with you.
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