Hi writers of r/flashfiction,I’d like to invite you to r/literarycontests, a new sub for calls for submissions to literary contests and publications. We post calls for submissions for all genres, especially fiction, poetry, short story, flash fiction, essay, nonfiction, and self-published books. The organizations whose calls we post include journals and magazines, anthologies, and foundations, niche and mainstream, both in print and online, from all over the world. We prioritize established contests with low, or no, entry fees, which offer cash prizes and publication opportunities.r/literarycontests is updated daily, and all calls for submissions are tagged by genre. The posted contests have all been vetted by the writers’ resource organization Winning Writers, one of Writer’s Digest’s “101 Best Websites for Writers” (May/June 2019 issue). The mission of r/literarycontests is to connect writers with the opportunities that will help their development both in craft and reputation.Members of r/literarycontests are encouraged to contribute calls for entries that fit the standards listed in the sidebar. All submissions are approved by me, your friendly mod, in order to ensure consistency in post formatting and contest quality.So, welcome along to r/literarycontests! I think a lot of writers don’t realize how many opportunities, especially free opportunities, there are out there to submit work. We would definitely like to see the number of writers making use of these opportunities grow. Thanks for reading, and I hope to see you around the sub.All the best, /u/winningwriters