Win $1,600 Cash

Everything Change Climate Fiction Contest 2020 is open to anyone 18 years or older. You may submit one work of short fiction with a maximum length of 5,000 words. The competition is free to enter. The author of the winning story will receive a $1,600 prize, and nine finalists will receive $170 prizes.
Win a Money $1,677
Organizer
Category
:    Money
Value
:    $1,600
No. of prizes
:    1
Cost
:    free
Competition type  
:    Words-or-less competitions  
 
 
Ends
:    This competition is already closed

Review

Win $1,600 Cash is a competition by Arizona State University and has a prize pool of $1,600 for 1 prize. The prize pool is in the mid-range. Free participation in this competition. Interesting competitions, the prize is $1,600, only make a one work of short fiction with a maximum length 5,000 words. enter the competition and good luck to win it!
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Terms and conditions of the competition "Win $1,600 Cash"
according to the competitions organizers.Deadline 15 April 2020 Who may enter The competition is open to anyone 18 years or older. Details The contest is organised by the Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative at Arizona State University. The beating drum of the climate crisis is a constant reminder that our planet is a closed, limited system, and that we’re currently living far beyond its boundaries. We are looking for short stories that help us imagine how humans can live within Earth’s planetary boundaries—at the individual level, yes, but more importantly at the level of organizations, communities, and societies, and at the level of a global human civilization. You may submit up to one work of short fiction with a maximum length of 5,000 words. The work must be written in English. Submissions must be original work that has not been previously published in print or online. Work will be judged by Claire Vaye Watkins. Entry fee The competition is free to enter. Prizes The winner will receive a $1,600 prize. Nine finalists will receive $170 each. Selected work will be published in an anthology by the Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative at Arizona State University.
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