Tag Archives: Writing Contests

Fiction Writing Contests: How to Win (Tips and More)

It’s probably going to come off sounding a bit condescending, but we wanted to take a minute to congratulate you. To us, there’s very little that’s more heartwarming than to see a younger person interested in writing. Now, we have no idea if you’re writing as a hobby or writing to ignore your math instructor. […]

Writing Contests for Teens: Enter, Win, Learn

When I was in high school, my sister and I used to play a little game. We’d write poems to each other in the style of William Carlos Williams. The poems proved most useful in injecting some love into a crap situation. For example: This Is Just to Say By Shana Thompson I have taken your shoes […]

Writing Contests 2017 (Sell Short Stories, Poems)

Curious about writing contests in 2017? If you paid attention to any of the blogs we’ve written on freelancewithus.com, you may have noticed that we’ve touched upon writing competitions in the past. As a way of finding extra income and accolades as a writer, submitting your work for writing contests can be a valid endeavor for […]

Poetry Writing Contests: Make Money from Poetry

“More people write poetry than read it.” – George Carlin “There ain’t no money it.” It’s been a cliché repeated so often to hear how poetry doesn’t make any money. Let me be the first to burst that bubble. There are plenty of opportunities for those with a penchant for poems to monetize their work. […]

Writing Contests and Writing Competitions

It’s nice to summon the competitive spirit. As writers, we’re often huddled over a laptop, casting our thoughts and words to the digital wind. Our sole competitor remains ourselves and overcoming the challenges that an ever-shifting modern world has in store for those that dare put down the written word. But let’s consider something optional […]