The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance’s Go Green Youth Challenge engages Michigan youth in environmental stewardship, community development and service-learning through a statewide effort to plant trees in Michigan.
We’d like to give more writers the opportunity to submit this year, so we are extending the chapbook contest deadline to January 5th.
Each year, the Michigan Writers Cooperative Press (MWCP) publishes winners of its chapbook contest. The purpose of the press is to help writers publish their first book in a literary genre.
William Shaw, teacher, poet and mentor, was an important and beloved advocate for writers in northern Michigan. The poetry contest named in his honor is open to all Michigan residents (including part-timers) living on or north of the US-10 corridor. Submissions are due January 1, 2013.
The Cromaine Library in Hartland, MI, is hosting a Writing and Illustration Contest in connection with their Big Read 2013: “The Stories and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe.” The story and illustration winners will appear as part of a printed anthology, and there are also three cash prizes for each contest. The contest deadline is January 4, 2013.