Biopage is hosting a writing contest to remind people the benefits of writing. As the coronavirus continues to spread and keep people at home, you as a writer should write down your experience of quarantine life. It doesn’t need to be long, actually we limit it to 5,000 characters or roughly 1,000 words. Deadline July 31, 2020.
Now called the Knight Essay Contest, this annual competition asks students to examine any aspect of the Revolutionary War, the Declaration of Independence, or the US Constitution, in a 500- to 750-word essay. Open to 11th- and 12th-grade students only. Many states have local competitions, leading to state and national competition - large submissions are also welcomed. Cash awards and.
If you’re a teen, there’s a special category of teen writing contests just for you. For everybody else, there’s a variety of other ways to test your writing skills, from essay contests to short story contests. Want to submit a contest? Simply click on our “Submit a Contest” button.Details: In this unique writing contest, kids submit story ideas in 100 words or less. The only judging criterion, in true Wonka style, is pure imagination. Five winners will get a Golden Ticket. See the website for all the prizes and opportunities.Free Writing Contests is your source for a listing of 2020 writing contests that you can enter. The largest collection of free creative writing contests - hand-picked for writers of all skill levels. Your online location for an updated list of writing contests from around the world delivered daily.
Non-Fiction Writing Contest We are looking for personal essays, memoirs, and works of literary non-fiction. It can be spiritual, political, or funny. Creative approaches welcomed. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Sep 5th ABC Poetry Contest For this contest you are challenged to write a ABC poem. ABC poetry has five lines and often is used to express feelings. See the announcement for an.Read More
This is the second edition of the essay contest but it has been adapted to the circumstances. Unlike last year, the competition is launched with immediate effect and will remain open as the on-going crisis unfolds. Entries are welcome on a rolling basis, and the best essays received under each category (children and youth) will be highlighted regularly on the website and social media handles.Read More
That why we are proud to support Kids for the Boundary Waters (Kids4BW) by donating the complete canoe trip outfitting and lodging for up to seven winners of their unique essay contest. Their essay contest has a great hook: applicants must have never visited the Boundary Waters. The crew of neophyte essay contest winners will travel with two experienced group leaders from Kids4BW for five days.Read More
Enter kids contests and sweepstakes at Kidzworld. Win special giveaways, promotions, and offers. Check out all kinds of free contests for kids.Read More
The three contests are as follows: Anthem: This contest is for 8th, 9th, and 10th graders only. Essays are to be between 600 and 1,200 words. Submissions are due in late March, and winners are.Read More
Prompt: “Your essay should be based primarily on an interview with a woman currently working in a mathematical career.” The submission must be in essay form, not just a transcript of your interview. Due 1-31-18. 3.) National Agricultural Day 2018 Essay Contest and Video Contest: Open to U.S. students in grades 9-12. Due 1-31-18. Prompt.Read More
This contest from the University of Southampton has two categories: Pre-school illustrated books aimed at children aged 2 to 6 (1,000 words max), and books aimed at Young Readers aged 7 to 11 (2,500 words max). Stories should show a positive vision of what a sustainable society might look like (e.g.: everyone living in caves with no mod-cons, but enjoying it). Alternatively, you could smuggle.Read More
Poetry Contests for Kids At Brave Writer, as part of the writing process, we encourage kids to share their work. Sharing writing, whether as a kid or an adult, is one of the most powerful steps in the writing process. Knowing that your work could be read by others stirs up motivation like nothing else. Before we get started, a few tips and cautions. Many of these contests receive hundreds of.Read More
If you’re interested in entering a photography contest, keep reading to learn more. 1. National Geographic Student Photo Contest. This annual contest sponsored by National Geographic prompts high school photographers to capture an image that “conveys what exploration and adventure means to them.” All photographs are submitted alongside a.Read More
Teen Ink Contests. Teen Ink is a national teen magazine, book, and website featuring teen writing, information, art, photos, poetry, teen issues, and more. Everything is written by teenage authors! Teen Ink sponsors 11 different contests to give young authors and artists a chance to shine. No deadlines; entries accepted throughout the year.Read More