Saturday, 27 March 2021
THE BATH SHORT STORY AWARD
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Entry is made here online via PayPal and email. To make your entry, pay using the PayPal button. Once you have your PayPal receipt, simply ‘Forward’ that receipt email – ensuring to ‘Attach’ your work – to the following email address:
Payments are securely handled by PayPal. Alternatively, you may prefer to use your Credit/Debit card by selecting the appropriate payment method on the PayPal page. You have 3 weeks, 2 days, 13 hours and 30 minutes left to enter.
Before entering, please ensure to familiarise yourself with all Rules, Terms and Conditions, and Privacy Policies. Entering the Bath Short Story Award is taken as your full agreement.
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How to Enter Online: Step by Step
Have your entry file on your computer and ready for submission. Acceptable file types are odt, doc, docx, txt and pdf. The file name must be the title of your piece. If your work does not have a title, then the file name must be the first five words of your piece. Full details are in the Rules.
Click on the PayPal buttons above.
Pay using your PayPal account or using your Credit/Debit card. If you pay by Credit/Debit card, please take care when entering your email address, as this is the address we use to contact you.
Following payment verification, you are returned to this site.
Check your email for your PayPal receipt.
Click on ‘Forward’ to forward the email.
‘Attach’ your entry file to the email.
‘Send’ your entry to the following address.
We judge anonymously so:
PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL DETAILS ON YOUR STORY
Following the above instructions will give us enough information to contact you if you win or are selected to be published.
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