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[Type]: Nonfiction
[Open to]: Everyone
[Deadline]: Open Year-long
[Prize Obtainable]: US $50

Kalahari Review is currently organizing a year-long non-fiction contest open ot everyone. It features monthly themes, with entries expected to match the theme of the month of submission.
Below are the details:

Each month will have a theme. When submitting to the contest please specify in the query letter that it is for the contest and which theme.

Here are the themes by month for 2017:

January — Home

February — Relationships & Family

March — Night life: On the night life of cities and towns around The Continent

April- Freedom

May — Food

June — Pride: These is are month dedicated to the African LGBTQ community and their issues

July — Work

August — Where I live and why

October — Comfort/Discomfort

September — Travel

November — African Writers of the Past

December — Festive Traditions

Poetry: Poems should be submitted in collections of 2–4 poems — attached as a Microsoft Word document and should be accompanied by a proper query letter in the body of the email. Poetry unfortunately can not have advanced typesetting.

[Disclaimer: The Page is not responsible for this call. We hold no stake in the organisation of this program. Our interest is purely based on reportage. All correspondences should be directed to the appropriate quarters].

Copyright 2017 The Page. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.thepageng.com as the source.



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