Poetry and Fiction Writers Entries are now being accepted for the Sarabande Books’ Morton and McCarthy Prizes. Two prizes of $2,000 each and publication by Sarabande Books are given annually for collections of poetry and fiction. Learn more.
Deadline: February 14, 2014
Call for Art Entries are now being accepted by UFORGE Gallery for their upcoming exhibition In Motion. Work will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis during the posted registration/drop-off period noted above. Work must be no larger than 24 in. x 36 in. framed/matted and ready to hang. Learn more.
Deadline: February 23, 2014
Photographers The Photography Center of Cape Cod, a program of the Cape Cod Art Association ace currently accepting entries for In the Moment, an open juried photography exhibition in their Talbot Gallery and Willow B. Shire Gallery. The exhibit will run from March 27th through April 21st. Five entries per artist may be submitted. Learn more.
Deadline: February 28, 2014
Call to Artists The Mass Audubon Moose Hill Gallery is accepting submissions for its upcoming exhibit Trails and Pathways through Nature, April – June 2014. They are requesting work that is about those special experiences spent on trails and pathways in natural surroundings. The juror is Diana Hampe, Masters of Arts Program, teaching staff, Boston University. Artists are invited to submit up to five (8”x10”) photographic prints only, for judging purposes only, of their most engaging nature based work. Any medium is acceptable. All prints must be labeled on the back with name, contact information, dimensions of framed work, title of piece and medium. Entry fee is $15 (please provide a stamped return envelope to fit your artwork if you would like it returned). Submissions can be dropped off or mailed to: Jan Nareski Goba, 293 Moose Hill St, Sharon, MA 02067. Contact email@example.com for any questions.
Deadline: March 7, 2014
Dorchester Senior Citizens Publishing Opportunity Grub Street, Inc. and the Elderly Commission’s Memoir Project class is coming to Dorchester. The Memoir Project aims to capture the stories of Boston’s over 60 residents by teaching the basics of memoir writing. Learning these skills will give participants a practical and meaningful way to turn memories into coherent narratives with lasting value. An essay from each participant will be published in a collected volume. The free class will run late March – early May on Thursdays from 10am – 1pm (with lunch provided) at a location to be announced. No writing experience necessary, just life experience! Must be a resident of Dorchester. Space is limited. Call to reserve seat with Greg Josselyn at 617-635-4250 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image credit: From the British Library’s public domain collection. From Gulliver’s Travels, written by Jonathan Swift.