"The VIDA Review is currently able to pay those published under fiction, nonfiction, and poetry $15-$20 per author. This is a very small token but we are currently actively working on increasing funds so as to pay authors more."
They're looking for "full-length and chapbook manuscripts made from parts: poetry, short-stories, essays, hybrids, translations, and things we couldn't have dreamed of. We value new and experienced, diverse authors with high-energy voices."
Gabo Prize winners receive $200 and publication in the next issue of Lunch Ticket.
"The grant ranges from US$600 to US$1,300 per month determined by Mophradat based on the local living costs of the country of residency of the applicant, and covers from one and up to three months period depending on the writers’ need."
Successful applicants also must have right-to-work in the UK.
They are also interested in multilingual submissions.
Past recipients include Deborah Smith, Jennifer Croft, and Katherine Silver. More about how to apply at the University of Iowa website.
"Though not required, translators are invited to submit a Translator’s Note of 350 words or less."
"We welcome prose submissions of up to 8,000 words, poem packets of up to five poems, and ask that excerpts from longer works be self-contained."
"Though English is the target language, the emerging translator need not live in the United States."
Applications are open through December 8, 2019, and the program is set to run from February-November, 2020, culminating at the ALTA conference in Tucson, AZ.
"co•im•press likes working with unsung, under-sung, or new translators and authors."