The Omega Sci-Fi Awards, presented by Sci-Fest LA and the Light Bringer Project, are now open for entries in the following competitions:
The Roswell Award short story competition is open to writers 16 years old and up. First place winner receives $500 and access to the UCLA Extension writers’ program. Second prize is $250, and third prize is $100. The Women Hold Up Half the Sky Award, co-presented by Artemis literary journal, is an additional prize for a feminist-themed story. Submissions close December 15, 2020.
The Tomorrow Prize is open to Los Angeles County high school students. First place winner receives $250 and publication in L.A. Parent magazine. Second prize is $150, and third prize is $100. The Green Feather Award is an additional $250 prize for an environmentally focused story. Submissions close February 1, 2021.
All finalists will have their stories performed by celebrity guests. For more information, see the Light Bringer website.
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