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Rhyming Poetry Contest

Write a poem that has an obvious rhyme scheme to participate in this poetry contest. Cash Prize. Deadline: In 2 Days

Write A Script

View the contest details for information on this writing contest. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: In 4 Days

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ABC Poetry Contest

Write an ABC poem to enter this poetry contest. That is a poem where the first letter of each line follows the alphabet. The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: In 9 Days

Haiku Poetry Contest

A haiku is a poem that follows a specific syllable count. It has only three lines and usually follows the 5-7-5 or 5-7-7 syllable count. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: In 15 Days

80 Word Flash Fiction

Write a story that only has 100 words to enter this flash fiction writing contest. The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: In 17 Days

6 Word Poetry

This poetry contest challenges you to write a poem with only six words. Can you do it? Cash prize to the winner. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: In 20 Days

Cinquain Poetry

Write a poem that follows the following syllable count: 2-4-6-8-2. You can incorporate a rhyme scheme into your poem. Cash Prize. Deadline: In 25 Days

Love Poem Poetry Contest

Write a poem of any type that is a love poem. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: In 29 Days

No Rules Poetry Contest

This contest removes the shackles from the writer. Write a free verse poem. There are no rules for rhymes or syllable count. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Oct 24th

One Line Poem

Can you write a one line poem? That is the challenge of this poetry contest. Write a poem with online one line. Cash Prize. Deadline: Oct 28th

Halloween Story

Terrorize your reader with tails of Halloween for this contest. This contest has a cash prize. Deadline: Oct 31st

Halloween Poetry

This contest is looking for poems about Halloween. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Oct 31st

True Story Flash

Write a story that only has 100 words to enter this flash fiction writing contest. This contest has a cash prize. Deadline: Nov 2nd

3 Line Poetry Contest

The 5-7-5 is a Haiku poem without the requirement of writing about a specific topic. So for this contest write a poem about anything but follow the 5-7-5 syllable count guideline. So your first line will have five syllables, second line has 7, third line has five again. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Nov 4th

Haiku

This poetry contest challenges you to write a poem with only six words. Can you do it? Cash prize to the winner. The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: Nov 10th

Dribble Flash Fiction

Can you write a story with only 50 words? That is the challenge of this writing contest. The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: Nov 20th

New Arrival Poetry

This contest is for new members to FanStory. Share a poem that has three lines and follows the 5-7-5 syllable count. It's similar to a haiku but you can write about anything.' Cash Prize. Deadline: Nov 25th

Rhyming Poem

Write a poem that has an obvious rhyme scheme to participate in this poetry contest. Cash Prize. Deadline: Nov 30th

8 Words or Less Poem

The 5-7-5 is a Haiku poem without the requirement of writing about a specific topic. So for this contest write a poem about anything but follow the 5-7-5 syllable count guideline. So your first line will have five syllables, second line has 7, third line has five again. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Dec 2nd

Loop Poetry Contest

For this poetry contest take the last word of each line and use it as the first word of the next line. This contest has a cash prize. Deadline: Dec 5th

75 Words Flash Fiction

Flash fiction is a writing style that often very brief. For this contest your challenge is to use only 75 words and tell a complete story. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Dec 8th

My Faith Poetry

Share your poem of faith to enter this writing contest. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Dec 10th

Fantasy Writing Contest

For this contest we provide the starting sentence - you supply the story. Write a story that begins with the sentence specified in the contest announcement. Cash prize to the winner. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Dec 14th

Free Verse Poem

This contest removes the shackles from the writer. Write a free verse poem. There are no rules for rhymes or syllable count. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Dec 17th

Haiku Poetry Contest

A haiku is a poem that follows a specific syllable count. It has only three lines and usually follows the 5-7-5 or 5-7-7 syllable count. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Dec 20th

Christmas Story

This writing contest challenges you to write a story that somehow involves Christmas. The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: Dec 25th

Christmas Poetry

Write a poem about Christmas to enter this poetry contest. Cash prize to the winner The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: Dec 25th

Take A Photo Poetry

Take a photo of something with your camera and write a poem about it. The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: Dec 30th

20 Syllable Poem

Hemingway wrote a poem with only six words that is quite famous. Now is your chance. Write a poem with only 20 words for a chance at the cash prize. Cash Prize. Deadline: Jan 4th

Share Your Story

Everyone has a story. This is your chance to tell your story in this writing contest with a cash prize. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Jan 7th

3-6-9 Poem

A 2-4-2 is a simple poem. The first line has two syllables. The second line has four. The third line has two again. Just follow the syllable count when you write your poem to enter. Cash Prize. Deadline: Jan 10th

A First Book Chapter

For this contest we provide the starting sentence - you supply the story. Write a story that begins with the sentence specified in the contest announcement. Cash prize to the winner. Cash Prize. Deadline: Jan 13th

5-7-5 Poetry Contest

The 5-7-5 is a Haiku poem without the requirement of writing about a specific topic. So for this contest write a poem about anything but follow the 5-7-5 syllable count guideline. So your first line will have five syllables, second line has 7, third line has five again. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Jan 17th

Science Fiction Writing

For this contest we provide the starting sentence - you supply the story. Write a story that begins with the sentence specified in the contest announcement. Cash prize to the winner. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Jan 22nd

Nonet Poetry Contest

For this poetry contest your first line must have 9 lines. For the next line remove a syllable - it will have eight. And continue this until you have one syllable. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Jan 26th

Share A Story In A Poem

Write a poem that also tells a story to enter this poetry contest. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Jan 29th

Newbie Flash Fiction

View the contest details for information on this writing contest. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Feb 5th

2-4-2 Poetry

A 2-4-2 is a simple poem. The first line has two syllables. The second line has four. The third line has two again. Just follow the syllable count when you write your poem to enter. Cash Prize. Deadline: Feb 7th

Western Writing Contest

For this contest we provide the starting sentence - you supply the story. Write a story that begins with the sentence specified in the contest announcement. Cash prize to the winner. Cash Prize. Deadline: Feb 10th

Free Form Poetry Contest

This contest removes the shackles from the writer. Write a free verse poem. There are no rules for rhymes or syllable count. Cash Prize. Deadline: Feb 15th

5-7-5 Poetry Contest

The 5-7-5 is a Haiku poem without the requirement of writing about a specific topic. So for this contest write a poem about anything but follow the 5-7-5 syllable count guideline. So your first line will have five syllables, second line has 7, third line has five again. This contest has a cash prize. Deadline: Feb 17th

This Sentence Starts The Story

For this contest we provide the starting sentence - you supply the story. Write a story that begins with the sentence specified in the contest announcement. Cash prize to the winner. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Feb 21st

Acrostic Poetry Contest

For this contest share a poem where the first letter of each line spells out a word. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Feb 24th

Horror Writing Contest

The horror/thriller contest is your chance to write a horror story. Can you use horror to grab your readers attention and hold it to the end of the story? Cash Prize. Deadline: Feb 28th

Sonnet Poetry Contest

A sonnet is a poem that follows a specific format. Share your sonnet poem to enter this contest with a cash prize. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Mar 1st

Lune Poetry Contest

A lune is a poem that only has three lines. The syllable count is 5-7-5. So the first line has five syllables, the second line has 3 and the third line has five again. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Mar 6th

True Story Contest

Your challenge for this writing contest is to write a story that is true. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Mar 9th

Minute

The minute is a format of poetry that has a specific syllable count. Write your poem that follows this syllable count to enter. The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: Mar 15th

Two Line Poem

Write a poem with a specific syllable count to enter this poetry contest. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Mar 19th

5-7-5 Poetry Contest

The 5-7-5 is a Haiku poem without the requirement of writing about a specific topic. So for this contest write a poem about anything but follow the 5-7-5 syllable count guideline. So your first line will have five syllables, second line has 7, third line has five again. Cash Prize. Deadline: Mar 23rd

Free Verse Poetry Contest

This contest removes the shackles from the writer. Write a free verse poem. There are no rules for rhymes or syllable count. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Mar 27th

Four Line Poem

Write a 1-5-5-9 poem. That is a poem where the first line has 1 syllable. The second and third lines have five syllables. The final line has nine syllables. This contest has a cash prize. Deadline: Mar 31st

Dialogue Only Writing Contest

For this contest your goal is to write a complete story using only dialogue. So you should not include internal thought, descriptions or any other means - just the dialogue. Cash prize to the winner. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: Apr 5th

5-7-5 Poem

The 5-7-5 is a Haiku poem without the requirement of writing about a specific topic. So for this contest write a poem about anything but follow the 5-7-5 syllable count guideline. So your first line will have five syllables, second line has 7, third line has five again. The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: Apr 9th

Future Flash Fiction

A secret can often lead to terrible events. How will the secret in your story influence the story. This contest has a cash prize. Deadline: Apr 13th

Faith Poetry Contest

Share your poem of faith to enter this writing contest. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: Apr 19th

100 Word Flash Fiction

Write a flash fiction story on any subject. Share your story for this writing contest. Cash Prize. Deadline: Apr 25th

Tanka Poetry Contest

Write a poem with five lines that follows the syllable count provided to enter this poetry contest. This contest has a cash prize. Deadline: Apr 30th

15 Syllable Poem

Can you write a poem that has exactly 20 syllables? That is the challenge of this contest. This contest has a cash prize. Deadline: May 5th

Non-Fiction Writing Contest

Write a non-fiction story of any type to enter this writing contest with a cash prize. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: May 8th

3 Line Poetry Contest

Write a poem with a specific syllable count to enter this poetry contest. Enter for your chance at the cash prize. Deadline: May 12th

5 Line Poem

This poetry contest requires a poem with only five lines. There is a specific syllable count. Cash prize to the winner. Deadline: May 17th

Flash Fiction

The challenge for this flash fiction writing contest is to write a story with only 150 words. The winner takes away a cash prize. Deadline: May 20th