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Writers Space Africa (WSA) MAY 2019 Edition| Call For Submissions


Writers Space Africa (WSA) is accepting submissions for her May 2019 Edition 

Writers Space Africa (WSA), an international literary magazine, published by the African Writers Development Trust (AWDT), is calling for submissions for its 29th edition (MAY Edition) under the theme “COLOURS”. We accept submissions in the following categories:

Articles/Essays – 1,200 Words maximum

Flash Fiction – 300 words maximum

Poetry – 1 poem, maximum of 24 lines

Children’s Literature – 700 words maximum (illustrations may be attached)

Short Stories – 1,500 words maximum

Jokes – 1 joke per writer Artworks – maximum 3 artworks in high resolution

Personalised quotation – 1 quotation and must be the original work of the author

Please note the following:

  • You’re only entitled to submit for one category.
  • The Deadline for submission is April 12, 2019.
  • Our editors will revert to selected unpublished writers on areas of improvement in their work.
  • Due to the number of entries we receive, only selected authors will be on our website.
  • The author retains copyright.
  • Your work must be thoroughly edited before being uploaded. We will in turn edit selected entries to suit the publication.
  • We ONLY accept MS word documents. Artworks can be sent in either JPEG or PNG formats.

The magazine will be released on the 1st of May, 2019 on our website. Please follow us by clicking on any of the social media icons below so as to be updated.


About Praise

Praise Osawaru is a writer, (performance) poet, content developer and entrepreneur-in-training. His works have appeared/forthcoming in African Writer, Black Youth, Kreative Diadem, Ngiga Review, Nantygreens, SprinNG, Praxis Magazine and Writers Space Africa. He was longlisted for African Writers Award 2019 and Shortlisted for The Zi Prize 2019. He enjoys reading books, listening to good music, and binge-watching series on Netflix when he isn't over-worrying about University life. Say hello on Instagram/Twitter: @wordsmithpraise

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