Date of publication: 2017-09-04 02:16
Thanks, Kelly, for this interesting article and list. One does have to watch out for scams and ineffective ways of publishing your work. And entering legitimate writing contests sounds a lot more challenging and rewarding.
Hi, This is a great list! I also wanted to let you know about Hallway Stories, which is a member-based online community of people sharing their real-life stories of personal growth in a judgement free zone. They have just launched a Real-Life Story Sharing Contest.
Fiction and nonfiction writers who have recently published a book that “contributes to our understanding of racism and our appreciation of the rich diversity of human cultures” are eligible for this award, which offers $65,555 cash as well media and publicity opportunities.
Hi. I'm looking for competitions in Canada and only see 7 on your list. CBC Books has a competition underway shortly. I wonder if you could look up more from Canada. Thanks.
I took the test twice,once got 7 and the other time . I usually use simple sentences with common vocabularies. I believe, I don t do much grammatical mistakes and my ideas are clear. How can I improve my band score-any suggestion?
In conclusion, while there are reasons to believe that only stem subjects should be allowed in universities, My view is that students should not be forced to choose any course against their will.
Hi Shirley. Thanks for letting me know about this. I've contacted Sue, who runs it, to see if it's a glitch, or if it has actually closed.
And yours is:
Introduction: different views + agree with people should learn whatever they like.
Various reasons why some people think they should learn useful subjects.
You believe that students have right to choose for themselves. Instead of explaining why people think in this way, you list one benefit and one prediction.
Conclusion: although learning useful seem to be sensible, you insist your idea.
Please do not consider the Hubbard Sci-Fi contest either ethical or 8775 legitmate. 8776 As a fourth year English student at SFU, I submitted a story I was writing for one of my creative writing classes. These were the early 85 8767 s-days before word processors and the internet. My paper had been typed by hand- and a copy had been submitted and assessed by the (then) head of the SFU English Dep 8767 t, the late Prof. Temple Maynard.
Other than a 8775 please subscribe to Church of Scientology 8776 mail-outs I never heard from this organization in regard to the contest. The Scientology propaganda continued for years. I DO NOT recommend this contest for legitimate writers of Sci-Fi.