Wednesday, 19 March 2014
Enter Short Story and Poetry competitions for your chance to see your winning entry in print and win a cash prize!
The competitions have prizes of £200 and £50 for short stories, and £100 and £50 for poetry. They are open to all writers, requiring a £4 entry fee, or £3 if you are a Writing Magazine subscriber.
With prizes of £100 and £25, the Writers' News monthly competitions are free to enter, but open only to subscribers.
They also run annual competitions for the Self-Published Book of the Year, with £750 and £250 prizes, and the Writers' Circle Anthology Award. Click the relevant title to download entry forms.
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