Sunday, 24 January 2016
PWG 2016 WRITING COMPETITION #seanocarolan.com #writing #contest
Plymouth Writers Group International Writing Competition 2016
The PWG invite entries for their 2016 Fiction Competition. This will be launched on 19 October 2015 as part of Plymouth’s Literary & Book Festival, with a closing date for entrants of 1 February 2016. The competition will be run in conjunction with the University of Plymouth (English & Creative Writing Department) and the Poet Laureate, who will be part of the adjudication team. Entries of up to 2000 words on any fiction subject are invited. Entries should be typed in a Word format (Times New Roman font 12) and double spaced. All entries must be sent as a Word document attached to an E mail addressed to Alan Grant at the email address below:firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any difficulties emailing Alan, please contact Matt Ewens: email@example.com (feel free to copy Matt in if you like)
Please note, if you have already sent your stories to the old address firstname.lastname@example.org you will need to re-send it to one of the above email links please.
Closing date: 1 Feb, 2016
Entries cost £5 per entry with no restriction on the number of entries submitted. Please select the correct button type depending on the number of entries you are submitting. So if you’re submitting two entries your fee is £10.
Payments are via Paypal only by using the below shopping button options, no cheques or other forms of payment are accepted. (If you do not have a Paypal account, please select the ‘pay by credit or debit card’ option’
Submit all stories to either of the following email addresses (or submit to both): Alan Grant: email@example.com or Matt Ewens:firstname.lastname@example.org
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