The latest writing opportunities for November 2023.
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The Stinging Fly Magazine
Deadline: 28th November
The Stinging Fly is a Dublin-based print magazine and small press. Our mission is to seek out, nurture, publish and promote the very best new writers and new writing. The Stinging Fly will next be open for general submissions from Monday November 13th until midnight Irish time on Tuesday November 28th. Submissions received during this period will be read for our Summer 2024 issue.
Deadline: 30th November
We are now open for submissions to the next edition of our é-zine on the theme…Desire. Desire can take many forms, and can be expressed through terms such as wanting, wishing, longing and craving. What does it mean to you?
The Anthology Travel Writing Competition
Deadline: 31st November
Established for writers who like to share authentic travel experiences and to provide a platform for publication. The Anthology Travel Writing Competition is open to original and previously unpublished travel articles in the English language by writers of any nationality, living anywhere in the world. We are looking for an engaging article that will capture the reader’s attention, conveying a strong sense of the destination and the local culture.
Open to both new and established writers, articles submitted must not exceed 1,000 words. Writers can submit as many entries as they wish. Each submission will require a separate entry form and is subject to a separate entry fee.
Short Story Competition at Ennis Book Club Festival
Deadline: 5th December
Ennis Book Club Festival is delighted to announce the launch of a new short story competition, with the winner to be revealed at Ennis Book Club Festival 2024. The 18th annual festival, which will bring a host of international and Irish authors to Ennis to promote and celebrate the joy of reading, will be held from March 1st to 3rd 2024.
Each year Ennis Book Club Festival runs a popular debut authors event and Martina Durac, the Artistic Director, notes that in launching this new initiative the festival aims to support and encourage the development of new writing. This is an exciting development and we look forward to receiving entries from writers who have not yet published a full collection of work. The story competition adds a new dimension to the festival and the winner will have an opportunity to read their story at an event during the festival weekend.
The competition will be judged by writers Aingeala Flannery and Neil Hegarty. The winner will receive €750 and there will be two runners up with prizes of €500 and €250.
Tolka Issue Seven
Deadline: 7th December
We welcome all forms of non-fiction: personal essay, memoir, reportage, travel writing, auto-fiction, and the writing that falls in between.
Sonder Issue IX
Deadline: 30th December
We are looking for short stories, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction all based on the theme of MADNESS.
We especially encourage work from previously unpublished writers who feel it is their time to be heard.
Deadline: 8 January 2024
Discoveries invites unpublished and unagented women writers in the UK or Ireland to submit the opening of a novel in English – up to 10,000 words – across any genre of adult fiction for the chance to take part in a bespoke creative writing course, secure personalised mentorship packages, an offer of literary agent representation and a prize of £5000. Unlike most initiatives of this kind, writers are not required to have finished their novel, and Discoveries is completely free to enter.
The Dublin Review
The Dublin Review welcomes submissions of fiction and non-fiction previously unpublished in the English language. We do not accept poetry submissions. We especially encourage submissions from members of groups traditionally underrepresented in literary magazines and other cultural forums.
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