20 January 2017
The Kalahari Review, an online literary platform where since May 9th 2012, Africa has told her stories, last week launched the Igby Prize For Nonfiction; a monthly nonfiction/essay contest.
The contest will run throughout the year and is based on a monthly theme. The prize for the best entry for each month is $50.
Here are the themes for each month in the year 2017:
January – Home
February – Relationships and Family
March – Night life: On the night life of cities and towns around The Continent
April – Freedom
May – Food
June – Pride: Dedicated to the African LGBTQ community and their issues
July – Work
August – Where I live and why
September – Travel
October – Comfort/Discomfort
November – African Writers of the Past
December – Festive Traditions
All submissions can be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the artist’s name and title of work as the subject line and a query letter as the body of the email.
For more information on submission guidelines or how to write a query letter, click here.
Author: Aderonke Adeleke
Writer. Music lover. Movie junkie. Social Media Enthusiast. Aspiring dancer. Aspiring photographer. Social Introvert.