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How much should it cost to enter a writing competition?

Here are the  details of a writing opportunity for unpublished women memoirists. The entry fee for this competition is £25, which may seem steep, but it is not as steep as the entry fee for the new Bloomsbury Children’s Author Prize, which … Continue reading

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Calling all writers – competition and submission deadlines from Thresholds

Follow the link for some helpful information about deadlines for Short Story Competitions, Bursary Applications, and submissions to online and print magazines, journals, and conferences from the people at *Thresholds: Home of the International Short Story Forum… http://blogs.chi.ac.uk/shortstoryforum/submission-calls/ photo by Matt West *Here’s … Continue reading

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should we need to include our date of birth to enter the Stylist and Faber writing competition?

I came across this condition under the rules and conditions of entry for the 2012  FABER/STYLIST CRIME  FICTION COMPETITION: a) Each entrant should submit the first 6,000 words of a crime novel or thriller, an outline (no more than 300 … Continue reading

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