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Bring your literary book project to fruition in BOOKGARDAN, Birds & Muses’ 12-month mentorship program, offering individually tailored guidance, master-class craft curriculum, and the camaraderie of an intimate cohort of peers. The 2020-21 program includes 2 week-long virtual residencies with Craigardan, 12 months of submissions & one-on-one mentorship, weekly group conferences, Q&As with noted writers and industry guests, a culminating manuscript assessment, and submission to partner agents. Led by internationally acclaimed, bestselling novelist & memoirist, devoted & generous teacher, professional editor with 30+ years experience Kate Moses (Wintering, Mothers Who Think; Salon, North Point Press, Hedgebrook). Fellowships Available! APPLICATION DEADLINE OCTOBER 15.
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FREE MANUSCRIPT CONSULTATIONS
Are you seeking feedback or guidance on your work? Do you have an idea for a novel, essay, short story or play you would like to discuss? Meet with the Calgary Distinguished Writers Program's (CDWP) Canadian Writer-in-Residence by phone or by Zoom for a one hour consult. Manuscripts welcome but not required. All genres welcome. Available to Canadian writers only.”
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For 25 years, the Calgary Distinguished Writers Program (CDWP) has fostered promising Canadian writers. Our Canadian Writers-in-Residence have gone on to great success, including alumni such as Eden Robinson, Larissa Lai, Suzette Mayr, Sina Queyras, Deborah Willis, and Governor-General’s Literary Award winners Oana Avasilichioaei and Richard Harrison. Do you have what it takes to be the next CDWP Canadian Writer-in-Residence? Promising Canadian writers available from September 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023 should apply. We encourage applications from writers of all genres who have one to four published and/or performed works to their credit. This residency is a paid, full-time term position.
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A JOURNAL FOR YOUNG WRITERS
Established in 2016, The Composite Review exists to give voice to the best young and emerging talent in contemporary literature. If you are a writer aged between 16–25, we would love to hear from you. We publish poetry, short stories, flash fiction, six-word stories, essays and memoirs. We also run author spotlights to highlight particularly outstanding contributors, as well as competitions during the summer months to discover new talent and reward excellent writing.
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ANNUAL FICTION CONTEST
Calling all gifted fiction writers! Lilith Magazine—Independent, Jewish & frankly feminist—seeks quality short fiction, 3,000 words or under, for our Annual Fiction Contest. First prize $250 + publication. We especially like work with both feminist and Jewish content, and are eager to read submissions from BIJOC writers. Please submit to
info@Lilith.org with "Fiction Contest" and your name in subject line and full contact info on manuscript. Deadline: December 31, 2020. Find more information here:
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