Kristie L. Williams’ “Watching You Undress Me (A Love Letter To Body Image)” was published in Nostos: the journal of poetry, short fiction, and art
Tracy Crow will discuss an aspect of craft.
Tracy Crow will discuss the craft of using the first-person point of view in creative nonfiction and fiction.
With Carol Phillips. Join other writers to talk about what you are writing and discuss questions and concerns you have about your own work, about the process of writing, or about the business of writing.
Crystal Wilkinson, the award-winning author of The Birds of Opulence, will be judging the Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize. The deadline to submit your short story or self-contained novel excerpt of 3,000 words or less is January 30, 2022. Read the guidelines (remember, follow them!) and submit through the NC Writers’ Network.
Josina Guess a senior writer for The Bitter Southerner, will be judging the Rose Post Creative Nonfiction Competition. The deadline to submit your creative non-fiction manuscript of 2,000 words or less is January 15, 2022. Read the guidelines (remember, follow them!) and submit through the NC Writers’ Network.
The Creative Writing Program at UNC-Chapel Hill administers the Jacobs/Jones African-American Literary Prize. The contest honors Harriet Jacobs and Thomas Jones, two pioneering African-American writers from North Carolina, and seeks to convey the rich and varied existence of Black North Carolinians. The deadline to submit your fiction or creative non-fiction manuscript of 3,000 words or […]
Red Clay Review – CCCC’s literature and art magazine – is back! And, calling for submissions for their next issue. Contributors can submit prose up to 1,500 words in length, poems up to 80-lines each, and original images. There is a limit of three submissions per contributor. Please send each contribution as an individual file […]
Did you miss your opportunity to ask agents and editors your burning questions? Here’s a breakdown of what you missed. Writers’ Morning Out did not meet in November as the date conflicted with the Nc Writers’ Network Fall Conference in Durham. If you did not go, and therefore missed the annual Brilliant at Breakfast Panel […]
The Del Shores Foundation is based on the career and work of Sordid Lives creator and playwright/director/producer Del Shores. Our mission is to identify and support Southern LGBTQ+ playwrights and screenwriters. We’re excited to share that our inaugural Del Shores Foundation Writers Search has officially launched and we are currently accepting scripts! […]