Friday, 23 May 2014
Inaugral Literary Prize - Deadline 31 July, 2014.
$250 prize for winning short story
$250 prize for winning poem
Entries open 1 May and close 31 July, 2014.
Winning entries will be included in an anthology published by the Fellowship of Australian Writers.
Non-winning entries may also be chosen for publication.
Submit up to 3 works
Entry fee $5.00 per work submitted.
How to enter:
Mail your entries to:
Toowoomba Writers’ Festival
PO Box 6488
Toowoomba Qld 4350
More details of how to enter are included on the entry form.
Rules and Conditions
Stories up to 2,000 words. 3 stories per entrant accepted.
Poems up to 40 lines. 3 poems per entrant accepted.
Entries must be received by 31 July, 2014.
Entrants should include a short biographical note for publication should they win or be chosen for inclusion in the anthology.
No manuscript will be returned. Please keep a copy of your work.
Entrant’s name or pen name must NOT appear on manuscript.
Short stories: Please staple pages together or put the title of story on each page.
Toowoomba Writers’ Festival Entry Form 1 (Mail)
Toowoomba Writers’ Festival Entry Form 2 (eMail)
Please ensure your entry is correctly addressed, posted in good time to reach us before the closing date and postage is sufficiently covered. No responsibility will be taken by Fellowship of Australian Writers for non-receipt or loss of entries. The judge’s decisions are final. Successful entrants will be notified by email or telephone after 31 July 2014. Thank you for your entry.
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