After more than two decades, the prestigious Griffin Poetry Prize will no longer divide its award into Canadian and international categories, drawing mixed responses from the Canadian literary world.
A trio of academics—including two poets—has compiled data on the winners and judges of major literary prizes in the U.S. Their findings raise critical questions about how social hierarchies influence who gets rewarded for their writing.
Seven poets and writers are among the class of 2022 Disability Futures fellows.
The Ford Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation have launched a fellowship program that honors disabled writers and artists in a variety of disciplines with grants of $50,000 each.
Writers debate the merits of an award for a fictional thriller that does not feature violence toward women.
Plagiarism lawsuit against author Emma Cline dismissed; LatinX in Publishing; Independence Day poems; and other news.
Norton launches its first children’s imprint; Susan Orlean’s next book will be a love letter to libraries; a year’s worth of copyrighted works to enter the public domain; and other news.
Assess the sponsor, know the rules, judge the judge, and seven other reminders before you submit.
Free contests, grants, and fellowships for poets and writers at any level.
A comparative analysis of the last three years of the magazine’s Deadlines section.