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Markets For Writers

Grindstone Literary Company have lots of writing competitions to enter, from short story writing, to poetry, to novels. Here’s what they have to say about themselves: ‘Grindstone is more than just a competitions website – we’re a writing community. We … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

I know a lot of you like to write stories, which have a dark thread to them. If you’re nodding your head, and agree, you might like to enter Writing Magazine‘s Dark Tales Competition. Here are some details for you: … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

Have you got a passion for poetry? Then you might like to take a look at The Writers Bureau‘s annual poetry competition. The closing date is 31st July 2019 and the first prize is £300. Their competition page is certainly … Continue reading

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Winning Ways

Have you entered a writing competition recently and not come anywhere? You’re not alone. I remember that sinking feeling, when I clicked on a link to the shortlisted entries and my name wasn’t among those on the list. But I … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

Are you looking for a market for your short stories? Then Prima may be an option. They like touching, uplifting stories. Here’s what they have to say: ‘Do you have a way with words and want to win £100? We’d … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

Want to try something different? Then why not give the Writing Magazine ‘Genre Mash-Up Short Story Competition’ a go? ‘Smash conventions and cross boundaries with your short story for this month’s competition, for a genre-defying (or defining) mash-up. It could … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

The Big Issue Crime Writing Competition is certainly worth an entry. Why? Well, with a prize of a two-book publishing contract under the Avon Books UK imprint by HarperCollins, why wouldn’t you want to enter?! They’re looking for a 100-word … Continue reading

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