Enter the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award
Deadline: July 31st “The Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award is the biggest poetry competition for 11-17-year olds in the world. [Teen poets can jump on this right away and begin their career in a grand style. Yeah! We are that optimistic about you,…
7 Platforms Open for Submissions in July
With 50% of the year 2020 already gone, we hope that your zeal to be the writer that makes headlines has not been dampened by the pandemic. Eboquills wants to see you win! We want to be mentioned in your success story. This is why…
What Is The Difference Between a Cover Letter and a Bio?
Preparing your work for submission to literary journals is sometimes scarier than the process of crafting those pieces of art. You are first faced with the challenge of selecting your best work ever from a pile of poems, if it is a poetry submission. Or…
7 Literary Platforms Open to Submissions, 5 are Open all Year Round
Getting your work out is one of the preoccupations of a writer. We are constantly in search of a ‘home’ for the poems, stories, and non-fictional pieces we invested hours into creating. This is because the world will not trace us to our quiet writing…
Writing Contests to Enter in May
The stay-at-home order is taking longer than we expected and it is draining for self-employed people and those who just reared their heads out in the entrepreneurial path. For most of us, if not all, writing is so much of a side-job or a pastime….
A Complete Guide For Submissions to Literary Journals
As a writer, submitting to literary journals is nearly as important as writing because these journals showcase you to one fraction of the literary world, which ordinarily may not have a sip of what you brew except for the exposure of certain journals. Literary journals…
How I Stopped Being a Closet Poet
The first time I stood before an audience to share a poem was October 2016. I remember it like yesterday. It was the grand finale of the Scribble the Future Poetry Competition for all-female student poets at the University of Ibadan. I was wearing a…
Enter the Spirit First Poetry Contest to win $450, No Entry Fee Required
Poetry Contest with a Deadline in March, 2020. Free to enter.
100k up for the grabs at Tush Magazine Writing Contest
Submissions are now open for the 8th edition of the Tush Magazine Bi-Monthly Writing Contest. The contest since inception has allowed more participation and we are keen on getting more participation from young writers resident in Nigeria. “Like the previous editions, the most essential take from…
Enter Brigitte Poirson Poetry Contest, February/March, 2020 Edition
Words Rhymes & Rhythm Publishers is now receiving entries for the February-March 2020 edition of the BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST (BPPC). The theme is ‘FRIENDSHIP’. “Of a truth, there are very few things that we can really say have as much an impact on our happiness and enjoyment…
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We made a list of #writing #contests for you to enter this #August. we encourage you to do your best and work towards beating as many of the deadlines as possible. https://eboquills.com/2020/08/04/writing-contest-deadlines-to-beat-this-august/
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July 25: wins Best Graphic Album
-Reprint for Africanfuturist comic, La Guardia, at the 2020 Eisner Awards
Aug 1: Wins Best Graphic Story for La Guardia at the @HugoAwardss
Our #WCW Nnedi Okorafor @Nnedi is on 🔥
My #childhood did not see the luxury of toys and dolls but it was colorful. The excitement of running after butterflies in my mother’s backyard garden where she grew melon and vegetables is indelibly registered in my mind.
#FlashbackFriday A #thread