“Writing is perhaps the greatest of human inventions, binding together people who never knew each other… A book is proof that humans are capable of working magic.” Carl Sagan
And not just books, but other kinds of writing, too! Poetry, short stories, journalism, reviews, translations – all have the same magic power to bring people together across time and space.
The Eurasian Creative Guild (London) (ECG) continues to celebrate this magic in this tumultuous year with the 9th Open Eurasia Book Festival (OEBF). At its heart are the array of exciting literary competitions. So don’t miss out.
Whatever your own particular genre of writing, prose or poetry, journalism or criticism, the chances are you will find a category for you. There’s even a category for illustrators.
Participating in the competitions not only gives you a unique platform for sharing your work across international boundaries through the OEBF, but there is also $40,000 of prize money to reward the winners to fund the full professional publication of their work in the UK. Winning works can see their books distributed to major London booksellers and online platforms like Amazon.
The deadline is approaching rapidly, on 5th September. So get your submissions in now.
Here’s what to do:
How to participate in competition and make your mark on history:
- The competitions are free members of Eurasian Creative Guild (London). So if you’re not already a member, join now.* You can select the category membership right for you. REGISTRATION
- Go to this link: RULES
- Read all the rules for entry
- Fill in application form: POETRY FORM or other categories.
- Send your works and photo to email email@example.com.
- Great! Tell your friends and colleagues about the competition and wait for a moment of your fame!
- *If you complete a task for the organizing committee (writing an article on a specific topic, write book review or illustrate certain book), you can get a free membership in the «Contestant» category for the period until December 1, 2020
** Membership in ECG (London) is free only for young poets under 26 years who take a part under the “Poetry” category.
- Remember, the deadline for applications is 5th September, 2020.
If you have any questions, write on Whats App, Viber, Telegram: + 44 7490 576 010 – Anna Lari