Wergle Flomp Humor Poetry Contest (no fee)Ends on April 1, 2018Submit one humor poem, up to 250 lines. First prize of $1,000 and second prize of $250. Ten Honorable Mentions will receive $100 each. The top 12 entries will be published online. There is no fee to enter. Judge: Jendi Reiter, assisted by Lauren Singer. In addition to English, your poem may contain inspired gibberish. You may submit published or unpublished work. Please omit your name from your entries. We prefer 12-point type or larger. Please avoid fancy, hard-to-read fonts.Please submit only one poem to this contest.
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Submit one humor poem, up to 250 lines.
First prize of $1,000 and second prize of $250. Ten Honorable Mentions will receive $100 each. The top 12 entries will be published online. There is no fee
to enter. Judge: Jendi Reiter
, assisted by Lauren Singer
In addition to English, your poem may contain inspired gibberish. You may submit published or unpublished work. Please omit your name from your entries. We prefer 12-point type or larger. Please avoid fancy, hard-to-read fonts.
Please submit only one poem to this contest.
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Google & The Black List offer $15,000 for scripts focused on Computer Science
Google, the online giant, is partnering with The Black List to offer financial grants in support of developing scripts centered on changing the image of computer science and computer scientists in pop culture. The submission process begins today and runs through July 15.
Beginning in the fall, the script site will grant up to $15K to three screenwriters — one feature and two episodic pilots — as they work to craft their scripts over a six-month period. At the end, each writer will present their work to Google and address how the grant was used to advance the projects. Writers will retain all rights to the work. Writers with scripts on The Black List site are also eligible.
This project is part of an initiative from Google’s Computer Science Education in Media program to encourage and inspire young people, especially girls and minorities — who historically have been underrepresented in the field — to not only use technology but also to create it.
Google would like to see if there were more movies about computer sciences that weren’t the stereotypical nerd movie. Are you an aspiring screenwriter? Do you want to work for Google? If so, Google will actually pay you to write a movie script.
Wergle Flomp Humor Poetry Contest (no fee)
Now in its 15th year, this contest seeks today’s best humor poems. No fee to enter. Submit published or unpublished work. $2,250 in prizes.
Details and entry form at: https://winningwriters.com/our-contests/wergle-flomp-humor-poetry-contest-free
Deadline: April 01, 2016
Results Announced: August 15, 2016
Length Limit: Submit one poem only, with a maximum of 250 lines
Entry Fee: No fee
- First Prize: $1,000
- Second Prize: $250
- Honorable Mentions: 10 awards of $100 each
- Top 12 entries published online
Almond Press “would like to share with you our curated list of writing competitions scheduled for 2016. Included are details about max word count, associated fees, submission deadlines, and direct links to each event.”
You can search through this list in a number of ways, including by Country, Closing date, Word count, Entry fee, and Top Prize. You can also do a keyword search of the listings. Plus, to receive updates all your own, you can sign up to have updates sent to your e-mail address. Can’t get much easier than that.
It is probably not an absolute complete list, but it’s a good resource and fairly easy to access. Much of the work, other than the writing and submitting, has been done for you.