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32 Contests, Grants, and Fellowships for Writers (Up to $66,000)

These are prizes for writers of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and for journalists. The prizes range up to approximately $66,000. They are, very loosely, categorized by geography. – S. Kalekar PRIZES OPEN FOR INTERNATIONAL SUBMISSIONS (Also see the Europe and Commonwealth category) Ginsoko Literary Journal Flash Fiction Prize They want fiction, of up to 1,000 words,...


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