I just entered three of my poems from National Poetry Writing Month into WEbook‘s poetry contest. WEbook calls themselves the “American Idol” of creative writing. Essentially, it’s a vast web community of writers and readers who write, upload, read, and critique the user-generated content on the site. From
My sister recently alerted me to this call for creative writing submissions around the theme of depression and mental illness: The National Network of Depression Centers is seeking art for an exhibition at our NNDC Annual Conference September 28-29, 2009 The National Network of Depression Centers is seeking art for
In honor of ScriptFrenzy and NaPoWriMo, here are a couple last-minute markets for scripts and poems. Scriptapalooza fee: $45, prize see below, Deadline is April 15th, 2009 Must be 18 or older to enter. Any genre will be considered. Multiple submissions are accepted, but one application form and entry fee
I recently found out about the following call for proposals: Bitten by Twilight: Youth culture, media, and the Twilight saga Edited by Melissa Click, Jennifer Stevens Aubrey, and Lissa Behm-Morawitz Proposal deadline: April 10, 2009 The editors seek essays that explore Stephenie Meyer¹s wildly popular Twilight series. We are
This weekend’s writing opportunity is from GirlChild Press and goes out to all the female writers out there. Michelle Sewell, founder and editor of Girlchild Press, is passionate about bringing diverse, authentic girls’ and women’s voices to the public, AND she’s incredibly interested in fresh, new voices.