The ASA International Screenplay Competition, co-sponsored by Gotham Writers’ Workshop, is an industry leading competition because it was designed and is maintained first and foremost with you the screenwriter in mind. We pride ourselves on offering a competition that is only one of eight to be awarded an A+ grade by Creative Screenwriting, a structured judging program, and a notification system to let every entrant know where they stand and how the competition is doing. We know you have a choice of screenplay competitions to enter and we want the ASA International Screenplay Competition to be your choice. Thank you … Continue reading COMPETITIIONS/CONTESTS/AWARDS 10/27/2008


WRITER”S DIGEST  Short Short Story Competition Deadline: December 1, 2008 Entry Fee: $12 Web site: E-mail address: A prize of $3,000 is given annually for a short short story. A second-place prize of $1,500 is also awarded. The winning works will be published in an anthology by Trafford Publishing. Submit a story of up to 1,500words with a $12 entry fee by December 1. Send an SASE, call, e-mail, or visit the Web site for the required application and complete guidelines. Writer’s Digest, Short Short Story Competition, 700 East State Street, Iola, WA 54990. (715) 445-4612, ext. 13430.   … Continue reading COMPETITIONS/CONTESTS/AWARDS 10/20/2009


URBAN LEADERS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM — Next American City is currently seeking candidates for our Urban Leaders Fellowship Program, a unique opportunity to write about the development of our nation’s cities. The nine-month, part-time fellowship comes with a $10,000 stipend. Through substantial contribution to our print magazine and website, as well as a presence in other media outlets throughout the country, our fellows will conduct new research and in-depth reportage on the issues at the forefront of urban change. In addition to diversifying and expanding the editorial content of our publications, our primary goal is to have a long-term, positive … Continue reading GRANTS FELLOWSHIPS SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITIONS 8/25/2008