Friday, 16 May 2014
British Fantasy Society Short Story Competition - Deadline 30th June, 2014
The British Fantasy Society Short Story Competition is back with a vengeance!
This year’s BFS Short Story Competition will once again be judged by award-winning editor and British Fantasy Society stalwart Allen Ashley.
Allen is an author, editor, poet, critic and writing tutor as well as a long-standing, active member of the British Fantasy Society. He is also a regular contributor to The British Fantasy Society Journal and The British Fantasy Society e-Newsletter as well as being a familiar face at FantasyCon. He has also won the British Fantasy Society award for Best Anthology in 2006 as editor of The Elastic Book Of Numbers (Elastic Press).
Full details will be published on the BFS website towards the end of February 2014. Get writing but please don’t submit before 1 March 2014.
In the meantime, for any enquiries please email Allen on email@example.com
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