Dec. 1, 2013 deadline; book must have been published in 2013; details HERE:
The Time and Place Prize; open to all genres; 5,000 words max; $25 entry fee; deadline Nov. 30, 2012; details HERE:
deadlines vary by category: historical fiction is May 10, 2012, suspense/crime/mystery/thriller is June 10, contemporary fiction/women’s fiction is July 10, middle grade, YA fiction is August 10, contemporary romance is September 10, Speculative is October 10. entry fee is $35; details HERE:
Consequence Prize in Poetry; must be about war; free to enter; cash prize of $200; details HERE:
May 31, 2011 deadline; $15 entry fee; prizes are $2,000, $1,200, $600 and 12 x $100; send 1-3 poems not to exceed 500 lines total; details HERE:
1,ooo words max; cash prize; write about living in a conflict zone; deadline is 12/31/2010; folow the guidelines from the Web site:
W.Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction; YA or adult
Deadline is 12/1/2010; prize is $5,000; no entry fee; novel must have been published (possible self-published?) during previous year. For info, go HERE: http://www.ala.org/template.cfm?template=/CFApps/awards_info/award_detail_info.cfm&FilePublishTitle=Awards,%20Grants%20and%20Scholarships&uid=8FFCC9A02188EFCA
Oscar winning author headlines Academy’s 2010 War, Literature & the Arts conference
By Major Brandon Lingle, U.S. Air Force Academy, Dept. of English and Fine Arts
U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. — War, Literature & the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities, produced by the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Department of English and Fine Arts, will host the 2010 War, Literature & the Arts Conference Sept. 16-18, at the U.S. Air Force Academy, CO.
The conference’s keynote speakers include: Mark Boal, Academy Award-winning producer and screen writer of The Hurt Locker; Benjamin Busch, photographer and actor seen in The Wire and Generation Kill; and Brian Turner, author of two poetry collections, Here, Bullet and Phantom Noise.
This international conference includes academic presentations and keynote speakers in a variety of genres—including literary and journalistic criticism, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, film studies, photography, painting and music—focused on the theme “Representing and Reporting America’s Wars since 1990.”
“We have as much to learn from The Hurt Locker as we do from the Iliad. War and art have reflected one another forever,” said Professor Donald Anderson, long-time editor of the 21-year-old journal. “We work to illuminate this intersection of war and art in our journal, and the 2010 conference offers another opportunity to do so.”
“We welcome submissions that enlighten, challenge, deconstruct, engage with, or create not simply the ‘official’ representations of America’s wars, but the sub-cultures that merit a more nuanced or sophisticated intellectual exploration,” said Captain Jesse Goolsby, conference coordinator. “The conference is a great opportunity to engage in meaningful and scholarly dialogue about the representation of America’s recent conflicts.”
Presenters must submit abstracts by May 1, 2010. All attendees must register by August 1, 2010. Complete conference details are available online at: http://wlajournal.com/conference/ .
Aurealis mag; 2,000-8,000 words; pays $20-$60 per 1,000 words; also buys nonfiction and art. For info and entry, go HERE: http://www.aurealis.com.au/submissions.php
May 31, 2010 deadline; $15 entry fee; 1-3 poems; Info and entry HERE: