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weekly writing challenge

Welcome to the yeah write weekly writing challenge! Yeah write is a collection of your very best posts. We have new writing challenges opening every Monday (nonfiction) and Tuesday (fiction|poetry). Community voting takes place on Thursdays, and winners are announced on Fridays.

You can add your own post as long as it meets our basic submission guidelines. If it doesn’t fit the guidelines, much like a literary magazine would, we will return it to you with a nice thank you note and a brief explanation on why you didn’t make the grid. Need more info? Visit our FAQ.

Yeah write is the perfect way to create buzz for smaller blogs, and we’re excited to highlight the wonderful writing discovered in obscure places. Sign up for our mailer to stay on top of the challenges.

We are thrilled have you join our growing community!

nonfiction 86%
fiction | poetry 95%
writing workshops 85%
opens Mondays


The yeah write super challenge is a prompted challenge, where writers compete for cash prizes to complete their best work in a single weekend. Prompts are released on Friday, and the completed work must be turned in by Sunday night. The first fiction super challenge kicks off October 7. Register today!



The nonfiction challenge grid opens on Mondays at midnight US eastern daylight time [-4 GMT]. Accepting your personal essays and mostly true stories, this is the place on the ‘net to showcase your best writing. Everyone has a story to tell. If it’s compelling, we’re listening to yours.

opens Tuesdays


The fiction|poetry challenge opens on Tuesdays at midnight US eastern daylight time [-4 GMT] and accepts your fiction and poetry up to 750 words. Need a little inspiration? Use the ultimate question as an optional prompt. Grab a mic and join our monthly poetry slam,or explore new genres with our focus on fiction!

opens Mondays


The moonshine weekend writing showcase opens on Fridays at 6:00 p.m. US eastern daylight time [-4 GMT], staying open all weekend! Posts of any length and type are accepted: nonfiction, fiction, poetry, open letters, listicles, book reviews – anything you want. The only restriction is no commercial or sponsored posts.

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Michelle Longo


Christine Hanolsy

contributing editor

Jenny Poore

social media editor

Meg Galipault

nonfiction editor

Natalie DeYoung

fiction|poetry editor

Nathan James

fiction|poetry editor

Rowan Grigsby

managing editor

Stacie Dalrymple

executive editor


Want to ask a question? Start a conversation? Brand new to yeah write and need some clarification? Please visit us on social media!

You can also email us at getsocial@yeahwrite.me.



Yeah write doesn’t happen without a lot going on behind the scenes. We write and design opening posts for the site’s blog six days a week, read your work, compose and send love letters with care. We review your submissions and select editors’ picks. We strategize how to improve our reach to benefit you, sharing your work with more people through social media and influential bloggers.

Can you imagine being part of a writing community that influences other writing sites? A community that online editors tap for talent? We can because we are that community. Please support us.

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The Challenges

yeah write #285 weekly writing challenge is open for fiction|poetry

yeah write #285 weekly writing challenge is open for fiction|poetry

A happy conviction My seven-year-old son has recently discovered the Moomintroll books by Tove Jansson. And by “discovered” I mean: I have been shoving them in his face for months and he finally consented to read one. I couldn’t be prouder.

who’s on fourth: yeah write interviews Michelle Longo

who’s on fourth: yeah write interviews Michelle Longo

Welcome to who’s on fourth where we interview one member of the yeah write community and the interview will publish the fourth Monday of each month. Next in the series features Arden Ruth interviewing our very own editor-in-chief, Michelle Longo.

yeah write #285 weekly writing challenge is open for personal essays & mostly true stories

yeah write #285 weekly writing challenge is open for personal essays & mostly true stories

Getting to the top of the grid If you’ve been participating in yeah write and still find the top row an elusive place to be in the weekly vote, you might want to look more closely at whether you’re giving readers a reason to care about your nonfiction piece. It’s what we call the “so…

yeah write #285 weekly writing challenge kickoff

yeah write #285 weekly writing challenge kickoff

Ready for another challenge? We are less than two weeks away from kicking off the first ever fiction-based super challenge. We had so much fun with our first one and cannot wait to see what stories you bring us this time. If you’re interested in signing up (and come on, who wouldn’t be?), then make sure…

yeah write #284 weekend writing showcase

yeah write #284 weekend writing showcase

It’s the weekend, so the moonshine grid is open Lately I’ve been fantasizing about the idea of buying an espresso machine. I have been wanting one for years, and as the weather cools off, morning cappuccinos start sounding heavenly. Why can’t I just go to a local coffee shop and be done with it? Well, for starters, who has…

yeah write weekly writing challenge #284: popular vote winners and editors’ picks

yeah write weekly writing challenge #284: popular vote winners and editors’ picks

Read between the lines.

Did you know yeah write has never taken even one week off during four years of challenges?

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