GOLFWELL’S STORY CONTEST – Deadline: December 31, 2015

GOLFWELL’S STORY CONTEST – Deadline: December 31, 2015. First Prize $300.00 – 2nd Prize $150.00 – 3rd Prize $50.00 and First, Second and Third Prizes receive Publication on our website as the “ Best Golf Stories Ever Heard.” Winners will also receive an Award Certificate Of Acknowledgement from

No Entry fee.

We’re looking for original unpublished golf stories. Fact or Fiction (Yes, that’s right, we’re lumping fiction and non-fiction together to compete in this contest – since non-fiction golf stories are usually stretched into fiction Haha!). What should be common to both fact and fiction is a golf theme. How creative or dramatic are you? Are you a great story teller? Golfers from all countries and all ages are welcome to enter (Yes, that’s right were lumping all ages together – this is our first contest). Stories should be 700 words or less. Enter as often as you wish.

To Enter: Email your story to:


1. Your name, address and age.
2. Your story (no longer than 700 words).



Writing Contest in August and September 2015

Writing Contest 2015 – In the month of August and Septemper there are many writing competitions. You certainly do not want to miss the information. Therefore we present some info existing writing competition in August and September 2015.

For more details about the writing contest information you can directly visit the organizer’s website.

Writing Contest in August and September 2015

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Deadline: August 15, 2015 (midnight PST)

In no more than 600 words, entrants are asked to “describe a moment on the job, real or imagined, when you realized you made a mistake. A terrible, *terrible* mistake.” Prize: “$200 for the winner, to be announced on August 22, 2015. The winning entry, and perhaps some other entries, will be published here on Work Stew.” – Free Writing Contest

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Deadline: August 31, 2015 (received)

“Established in 2001, The New York Public Library Young Lions Fiction Award is a $10,000 prize awarded each spring to a writer age 35 or younger for a novel or a collection of short stories. Each year, five young fiction writers are selected as finalists by a reading committee of Young Lions members, writers, editors, and librarians. A panel of judges selects the winner.” Entrants must be U.S. citizens.

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Deadline: September 17, 2015
Writing Contest No Entry Fee

“Nearly everyone has memories of a former sweetheart. Write your true story of an earlier love, in no more than 700 words. Tell us about someone whose memory brings a smile or a tear, or both….Your story may be heart-warming or humorous. Just tell about your earlier sweetheart as if you were talking to your best friend.” Cash prizes will be awarded: $100/$75/$50. “Winning stories will be posted (anonymously, if requested by author) on this website.”

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Applications: “Applications will be accepted electronically beginning August 15 and ending September 15, 2015.”


“This two-year post-graduate residential fellowship at Kenyon College offers qualified individuals time to develop as writers, teachers, and editors. Fellows will receive a $33,150 stipend, plus health benefits.” Check announcement for eligibility requirements (including “an MFA or PhD in creative writing, English literature, or comparative literature completed before September 15, 2015 but no earlier than January 1, 2010″) and other information.

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Submissions: August 1-September 30 (postmarked)

“Any writer who has not previously published a volume of prose fiction is eligible to enter the competition. Previously entered manuscripts that have been revised may be resubmitted. Writers are still eligible if they have published a volume of poetry or any work in a language other than English or if they have self-published a work in a small print run. Writers are still eligible if they are living abroad or are non-US citizens writing in English. Current University of Iowa students are not eligible. The manuscript must be a collection of short stories in English of at least 150 word-processed, double-spaced pages. We do not accept e-mail submissions. The manuscript may include a cover page, contents page, etc., but these are not required. The author’s name can be on every page but this is not required. Stories previously published in periodicals are eligible for inclusion.” NB: “Award-winning manuscripts will be published by the University of Iowa Press under the Press’s standard contract.”


Deadline: September 1, 2015

“For a special fiction issue, The Hudson Review is sponsoring a short story competition. First prize is $500, second and third are $250 each. 10,000 words and under.”



Deadline: September 18, 2015

“The Award for Excellence in Journalism recognizes professional reporting of outstanding merit that contributes in an exceptional way to the public understanding of psychoanalytic and psychological principles and phenomena. The $500 award is broadly conceived. Nominated work need not be specifically about psychoanalysis or psychotherapy per se. And, nominated work may critique or question psychoanalysis as long as it advances understanding of human relationships and/or the life of the mind. The Award is juried by a panel of professional journalists as well as by psychoanalysts.”


That was some of the latest information writing competitions in August and September. may be useful for you


Poetry Out Loud 2015 – Contest For High School Student

Contest Name: Poetry Out Loud 2015


Poetry Out Loud 2015 is here! High school students across Southwest Louisiana are needed for this highly competitive poetry recitation contest. Interested schools, students, and parents need to contact the Arts Council at 337-439-2787 for further information.

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Poetry Out Loud began in 2005 when the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation came together to yield a program that would challenge high school students to study and memorize poetry in a competitive setting while building public speaking skills, confidence, and character.

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For students to compete at Regional’s, the schools must register their own Poetry Out Loud competition with the Arts Council. For more information on Poetry Out Loud or the Regional Competition, contact the Arts Council office at (337) 439-2787.


Poetry Writing Contest


UK Short Crime Story Contest – Fantastic Prizes

Contest Name: Write a short crime story

Deadline: Friday  18th September

11- 18 years old

First prize (in each category):

To celebrate the performance of THE OTHER HALF  by leading crime fiction author, Mark Billingham and UK Country music duo, My Darling Clementine on Friday 18 September, the Kirkgate Centre is running a short story writing competition with some fantastic prizes.

The Competition:

Write a short crime story (500 – 1,000 words) set in contemporary Cockermouth.

Two Categories:

11- 18 years old


First prize (in each category):

2 tickets to a Kirkgate event of your choice, signed copy of a book by Mark Billingham and a signed copy of CD by My Darling Clementine.

Second Prize (in each category):

Signed book & CD

The winner will announced by Mark Billingham during the performance of The Other Half on Friday 18th September at the Kirkgate centre.  Closing date for entries Monday 7 September .

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Writing Contest Rules:

  • The competition closes at midday on Monday 7 September.
  • All entrants must include name, age, address, email address and contact phone number.
  • All entries must not have been previously published.
  • The winner will be announced by Mark Billingham during the performance of The Other Half on Friday  18th September.  If you wish to attend the show you will need to purchase a ticket. Tickets are priced at £10 (£8 concessions) and available from the box office on 01900 826448.
  • Winners unable to attend the show will be contacted by email after the event.
  • You must use your complimentary tickets within 12 months of the win date.
  • There are no cash alternatives / substitutes.
  • The promoter holds the right to change competitions at any time.

Read also: Article Writing Contest – Management Institute



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Article Writing Contest – Management Institute

Contest Name: Article Writing Competition- T A Pai Management Institute, Manipal

Deadline: 28-Jul-2015 to 11-Aug-2015

Eligibility: MBA Students, Postgraduate Level

Region: India

article writing contest 2015

Here’s your chance to publish your article in one of the most popular B-shcool magazines of India!

A chance to combine your managerial and writing skills and showcase them to peers, professors and potential recruiters!!

THEME: ‘Leading singlehandedly’ is the broad topic for this competition.

You can write about

1. The case of an individual or organisation as an illustration for leading singlehandedly; analsying, interpreting and drawing conclusions
2. Your understanding and opinion on leading singlehandedly
3. Leading singlehandedly in a particular area of management (Finance, HR, Operations, IT, Marketing)

These are a few ideas. You can use your creativity to write on anything else pertaining to the theme to dazzle our judges.

Word limit: Minimum – 400.  Maximum – 2000.

Please include your name, your institution’s name and a recent photograph along with your entry.

The maximum number of co-authors is three. However, multiple entries from the same institution are allowed.

In case of any queries, please drop a mail to