Thursday, 31 March 2016
LitRejections Short Story Prize
The LitRejections Short Story Prize is open for entries.
Our inaugural story prize is welcoming submissions from writers around the world for the chance to win cash prizes and publication on our website, a site with over 100 million web hits.
We would love to read your stories and bring your voice to a wider audience of readers,agents, publishers, authors, and many leading figures from all of the other creative industries, who regularly visit our website www.litrejections.com
Deadline: 4th April 2016
Max Word Length: 2000
Submissions: One Entry Per Writer
Special Offer until March 31st: $5 (final few days to get this price)
Regular Entry Fee: $20
How to Enter: Please CLICK HERE to be taken to the submission portal and payment page
We are accepting entries across all genres, and thoroughly encourage those writing in any genre to make a submission. Variety is something we enjoy and a great story is a great story.
*Your story must have a central theme about rejection. This could be comedic in tone, romantic, a thriller, a family drama, or even a science-fiction tale.
Terms and Conditions: Please read and agree to our terms and conditions before submitting your story
1st Prize: $250 and Story Published on www.litrejections.com
2nd Prize: $150
3rd Prize: $100
The winning story will be published on our website for 1 year, allowing the numerousworldwide agents who visit our site, to read your winning story.
You can at anytime of your choosing ask for your story to come off our site, leaving your name and details instead.
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