Monday, 17 March 2014

A £500 BURSARY OFFERED TO DEBUT NOVELISTS



Debut novelists can win a £500 bursary to have their novel professionally critiqued at the Writers’ Village Foundation, a not-for-profit award scheme established to help new authors. The top eight submissions will also gain personal feedback from the award judge, novelist Michelle Spring, a Royal Literary Fellow at Magdalene College, Cambridge.

Entry is £12 and the deadline is 31st March 2014. Details at writers-village website:

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