Thursday, 26 April 2018
MNDA Short Story Competition
Claret Press is thrilled to announce the first MNDA short story competition! Net proceeds will go to support the Motor Neurone Disease Association (click here for more information).
The competition is inspired by the work of Claret Press author Sarah Gray, who has Motor Neurone disease. Her short story collection Half Life deals with aspects of physical and mental illness in innovative and original ways. The Judges will be looking for similarly engaging and novel stories of no more than 5,000 words inspired by these issues. Stories can be written from any perspective and in any format. This can include murder mystery, thriller, romance, post-modern, horror, etc.
Entry forms can be submitted by clicking on the button below. On the subject line state: 2018 MNDA Short Story Competition.
Submissions will be accepted from March 5, 2018 to June 15, 2018. Entry fees: £6 per story submitted, payable via credit card, cheque, or bank transfer.
Please read competition rules (see Terms and Conditions below) carefully before submission.
There will be three prizes of £250, £150 and £50 respectively. Claret Press will publish these and all short-listed finalist in a new collection.
Winners will be announced in the autumn of 2018: Good Luck!
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