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Aesthetica Creative Writing Award 2015 -Deadline 31st August 2015 #seanocarolan.com #Writing #contest

How to Enter the Aesthetica Creative Writing Award 2015

To enter the Aesthetica Creative Writing Award 2015, you must purchase an entry fee and submit your work and completed entry form by 31 August 2015 midnight GMT. Please follow the two steps below.
Step 1: Register

The entry fee to submit to the Aesthetica Creative Writing Award 2015 is £15 + VAT. Click on the link below for payment. Upon receipt of payment, a unique Order Reference Number will be automatically emailed to you. Once you have this Order Reference Number, you can fill in the submission form below.

Step 2: Complete Online Entry Form

Complete the online entry form. Please enter the Order Reference Number that you purchased in step one, along with all the required information. Make sure you have read our submission guidelines before you start.

For Poetry submissions, you may enter up to two works of up to 40 lines each.
For Short Fiction submissions, you may enter one work of up to 2,000 words in length.

1. Order Reference Number:

Once you have received your Order Reference Number by email, enter it in this field.
If you have not made your order yet, go here.
If you have made your order, but not received your Number, contact us at writing@aestheticamagazine.com
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2. Your Details:

First name:
Email address:
Phone number:
Address 1:
Address 2:
Address 3:

3. Your Entry:

Which category are you submitting to?:

Submission 1

* You may submit two works in this category. Each work must be 40 lines or less.
Title of Work:

Please upload your submission here as a text document

Submission 2 (optional)
Title of Work:

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