"The submitted texts can be written in any language, but must be accompanied by a translation into one of the Focus languages: Amharic, Arabic, English, Somali, Tigrinya."
"Submissions should not consist of reviews of any one title by the chosen subject; instead they should offer a survey of the writer’s distinctive oeuvre with an eye to piquing the interest of our readers."
Well, okay, you might.
Although Upworthy only started in late March of this year, it's been inspiring imitators and parodies at least since July. We enjoy Upworthy parodies as much as the next person, so we'd like to run a modest parody contest (as an excuse to give away some fantastic books).
Do you know a talented young person in year 6 or 7, who lives in the greater London area and composes poetry in Arabic? Are you such a person? This contest is for you.
Read a book off the beaten path this summer -- and win a copy of the 2013 PalFest anthology.
Writers: It's time to submit for the "Sea of Words" contest. Translators: The deadline for the "La Fabrique Européenne des Traducteurs" residency is soon. Writers & translators: Asymptote is looking for submissions of theatrical works.