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This week’s market is the Evesham Festival of Words Short Story Competition. There is an adult category inviting stories of up to 2500 words. The junior competition (two categories: 8-11 and 12-16) has a word limit of 1000 words. Entry … Continue reading
If you enjoy writing flash fiction, you might like to enter Writing Magazine’s 750-word story competition. Stories are accepted on any theme. You have until 15th April 2017 to enter. Prizes: 1st prize: £200 and publication in Writing Magazine 2nd … Continue reading
This week’s market is for the poets. Writing Magazine is holding a haiku competition. As their guidelines state, ‘For the purposes of this competition, your haiku should be unrhymed, and written in three lines with five syllables in the first … Continue reading
Everyone likes a good laugh so why not enter Writing Magazine‘s ‘Humour short story Competition’? You have until 15th March 2017 to craft your story. Here’s some more information for you: Prizes: 1st place: £200 plus publication in the magazine Runner-up: £50 … Continue reading
This week’s market is an ongoing one. The 1000 Word Challenge sets a new competition every three months. There’s usually a theme. The current competition is as follows: Your story must start with the following direct speech: ‘Stop!’ – Entries … Continue reading
This week’s market is a fun one. ‘Writing Magazine‘ are holding a dialogue-only short story competition. No descriptive narrative is allowed to accompany the dialogue so you have to let your characters’ words ‘show’ the reader who the characters are … Continue reading