Sudanese American poet Safia Elhillo seeks your poetry for a new anthology 20.35 Africa: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry. Her work has also featured as part of the Under Amour
UK literary magazine Granta is seeking submissions for its newest edition that will deal with gender and patriarchy. That edition is called Granta 144, Summer 2018 – The patriarchy is
Rwandan publishing outfit Huza Press invites submissions of short fiction and nonfiction by Rwandan writers for a new imprint created in collaboration with Kwani Trust and No Bindings. This new
From A to Z Diverse Voices from Zambia, an anthology edited by Ellen Banda-Aaku, launched in Lusaka, Zambia on October 5, 2017. There is a new anthology of short stories,
The Ken Saro-Wiwa Prize for Book Review 2017, worth N100,000 to the winner, is seeking your submission. Committee for Relevant Art, CORA, promoters of the annual Lagos Book &
The editors of The Ebedi Review are seeking submissions for the third edition of the review. Ebedi Review is an in-house magazine of the Ebedi International Writers Residency, Iseyin Nigeria.
South African Zukiswa Wanner and Mexico’s Luis Philip Lomelo are the co-curators of the new South-South initiative, an online literary initiative seeking to give a platform to writing from Latin
Duduzile Zamantungwa Mabaso South African based publisher Black Letter Media wants to read and publish your short stories in the third edition of their anthology The Short Story is Dead,
Writivism has announced the 29 emerging writers who will take part in the 2017 mentoring programme. The writers come from ten African countries. Every year Writivism announces those who will
The African Writers Trust’s Moonscapes: Short Stories and Poetry anthology made its Nairobi debut at the Goethe Nairobi on February 9th, 2017. The event included speeches by the trust’s Diana
The Goethe Institut in Lagos and Yaounde in collaboration with Saraba Magazine and Bakwa Magazine invites applications for participation in a mentored series of exchanges and workshops on creative non-fiction.
Panashe Chigumadzi, Nneoma Ike-Njoku and Troy Onyango are three of the six writers that Transition Magazine have nominated for the Pushcart Prize. The Pushcart Prize is an American literary prize published
Ba re e ne re Short Story anthology campaign meets crowd funding targets. Ba re e ne re, an educational nonprofit based in Lesotho that promotes increased literacy, creative writing
Anthologies and literary prizes you can enter in November 2016. From Zimbabwe to the rest of the continent we bring you opportunities for your writing career. They include; The 1980
Saraba Magazine has given a sneak peek of their new Power Anthology with the new story Let’s Talk About Something Else by Suzanne Ushie. In May this year, I announced