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Benjamin Franklin Literary Prize Closing date: 31st October 2019. Prizes: Not stated. Entry fee: Not stated. Looking   for:   Entries   of   1000-1500   words.   Entrants   may   submit   only   one   entry; fiction or non-fiction accepted. Further details: Entrants must be aged 18-25 years and living in the UK. Website: https://benjaminfranklinhouse.org/literary-prize/ Gabriele Rico Challenge for Nonfiction Closing date: 1st November 2019. Prizes: $1,333. Entry fee: $20. Looking   for:   Creative   nonfiction,   e.g.   personal   essays   or   narratives   up   to   5,000 words. Website: https://www.reedmag.org/gabriele-rico-for-nonfiction Room Short Forms Contest Closing date: 1st November 2019. Prizes: 2 x Can$500, $50, and publication. Entry fee: International entries $42. Looking   for:   Two   prose   poems,   flash   fiction   or   creative   non-fiction,   up   to   500 words. Website: https://roommagazine.com/contests The New Media Writing Prize Closing date: 22nd November 2019 Prizes:      Unicorn   Training   Student   Award:   £750;      if:book   UK   New   Media   Writing Prize:   £1000;   The   Journalism   Award:   £tbc;   The   Dot   Award:   £500;   The   Skylab Innovation Award, £500. Entry fee: Free. Website: http://newmediawritingprize.co.uk/faqs/ Observer/Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Joumalism  Closing date: 30th November 2019.  Prizes: £3,000 and publication of prize essay in the Observer, 2 x £500. Entry fee: £10. Looking for: An 800-word review of a recently released book, film, concert, exhibition, ballet, play, TV show or performance art piece. Website: https://www.anthonyburgess.org/observeranthony-burgess-prize-arts- journalism/ Hektoen International Writing Contest Closing date: 15th January, 2020. Prizes:   Two   prizes   will   be   awarded:   $3000   for   the   winner   and   $800   for   the   runner up. Entry fee: None stated. Looking for: an essay of under 1600 words on the subject of Blood. Further   details:   Articles   must   be   unpublished,   original   work   that   relates   medicine to the humanities and no more than 1,600 words in length. Website: https://hekint.org/special-issue-submission-instructions/
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Benjamin Franklin Literary Prize Closing date: 31st October 2019. Prizes: Not stated. Entry fee: Not stated. Looking    for:    Entries    of    1000-1500    words.    Entrants may    submit    only    one    entry;    fiction    or    non-fiction accepted. Further   details:   Entrants   must   be   aged   18-25   years and living in the UK. Website:      https://benjaminfranklinhouse.org/literary- prize/ Gabriele Rico Challenge for Nonfiction Closing date: 1st November 2019. Prizes: $1,333. Entry fee: $20. Looking   for:   Creative   nonfiction,   e.g.   personal   essays or narratives up to 5,000 words. Website:     https://www.reedmag.org/gabriele-rico-for- nonfiction Room Short Forms Contest Closing date: 1st November 2019. Prizes: 2 x Can$500, $50, and publication. Entry fee: International entries $42. Looking   for:   Two   prose   poems,   flash   fiction   or   creative non-fiction, up to 500 words. Website: https://roommagazine.com/contests The New Media Writing Prize Closing date: 22nd November 2019 Prizes:        Unicorn    Training    Student    Award:    £750;      if:book    UK    New    Media    Writing    Prize:    £1000;    The Journalism   Award:   £tbc;   The   Dot   Award:   £500;   The Skylab Innovation Award, £500. Entry fee: Free. Website: http://newmediawritingprize.co.uk/faqs/ Observer/Anthony Burgess Prize for Arts Joumalism  Closing date: 30th November 2019.  Prizes: £3,000 and publication of prize essay in the Observer, 2 x £500. Entry fee: £10. Looking for: An 800-word review of a recently released book, film, concert, exhibition, ballet, play, TV show or performance art piece. Website: https://www.anthonyburgess.org/observeranthony- burgess-prize-arts-journalism/ Hektoen International Writing Contest Closing date: 15th January, 2020. Prizes:    Two    prizes    will    be    awarded:    $3000    for    the winner and $800 for the runner up. Entry fee: None stated. Looking   for:   an   essay   of   under   1600   words   on   the subject of Blood. Further   details:   Articles   must   be   unpublished,   original work   that   relates   medicine   to   the   humanities   and   no more than 1,600 words in length. Website:    https://hekint.org/special-issue-submission- instructions/
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