Stories are at the heart of surfing whether from your last wave, latest trip or the myths and legends from years gone by. We want to encourage writers, young, old, or those that would like their work published but are either not sure where to start or are not sure if their work is good enough. Everyone has to start somewhere! So this year we are running Carve surf journalist competition.
Anyone can enter, and each month we will pick one story to publish in the magazine and a couple to publish on our website. It could be an interview, opinion, a feature or travel story. Humorous, informative, adventurous, technical, if you feel inspired to write we want to hear from you! At the end of the year we will announce our Carve 25th Anniversary Writer of the Year.
There will be a prize, although we have to sort that out at time of writing!
Send entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
500-1000 word articles are ideal. We can’t respond to all emails, but you will get an autoresponder confirmation for each story. By entering you consent to Carve running your submission online and in print. We will double check spelling and grammar so don’t be too nervous about submitting work. There is no cash alternative to the prize or reimbursement for submissions published or unpublished. You can enter 12 pieces of work over the year. Carve editors will pick stories to run on site ad in the magazine and their decision is final. We will announce website winners online and publish work.