This week’s market comes courtesy of the wonderful Sacha Black. She’s spotted an excellent competition that’s a must enter. It’s the ‘Stephen King – The Bazaar of Bad Dreams competition’.
The competition is calling for entries for a fiction story of up to 4,000 words. The story must be on a subject inspired by the following line from Stephen King: “There’s something to be said for a shorter, more intense experience. It can be invigorating, sometimes even shocking, like a waltz with a stranger you will never see again, or a kiss in the dark, or a beautiful curio for sale at a street bazaar.”
The closing date for entries is December 18th 2015.
The prize is publication, plus a place on a Guardian weekend Masterclass with Stephen King’s UK editor, Philippa Pride.
To find out more about how to enter, check the terms and conditions page.