Western Australian Premier's Australia-Asia Literary Award
Entries are now being called for the inaugural Western Australian Premier’s Australia-Asia Literary Award 2008.
The Western Australian Premier’s Australia-Asia Literary Award is
the richest literary award in Australia and Asia valued at AUD
Philip Levine Prize in Poetry 2008.
Deadline: September 30, 2008. Winner receives $1500 prize and book
publication by Anhinga Press. This year's final judge will be
1. Manuscript should be original poetry, not previously
published in book form, and should be 48-80 pages.
2. Include two manuscript title pages: one with name and
contact information and one with the name of the manuscript ONLY.
Manuscripts will be screened and judged anonymously.
3. Current or recent faculty or students of California
The deadline of the 58th Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature is extended to 12:00 midnight of May 5, 2008 (Monday). This was announced by the contest sponsor, Carlos Palanca Foundation, Inc.
Palanca Awards’ contestants have until 12:00 midnight of April 30, 2008 to submit their entries.
Writers planning to join the 58th Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, the country’s most prestigious and longest-running literary contest, will have until 12:00 midnight of April 30, 2008 to submit their entries.
Aspiring and established authors alike who wish to share their works toward the development of Philippine Literature may now submit their entries for the 2008 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature. Regarded as the country’s most prestigious and longest-running literary contest, the Palanca Awards’ search for promising Filipino writers has generated an impressive roster o
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Put pen to paper for An Chuairt
Comhdháil Náisiúnta na Gaeilge
are running a bilingual Poetry Competition during the Cuairt na bhFilí
Albanacha festival. Entrants can submit newly composed poetry
in either Gaeilge or Gàidhlig, along with an English translation.
Ledge 2008 Fiction Awards Competition
2008 Man Asian Literary Prize – Rules for Submission
The second Man Asian Literary Prize (“Prize”) will be awarded in late November of 2008 for an “Asian novel unpublished in English”.
We invite you to submit your work between 5 December 2007 and 31 March 2008.
• US$10,000 to the winning author
• US$3,000 to the eligible translator (if any) of the winning work