Short Story Competition 2019 (age 17+)
Closing date 6 January 2019 – competition now closed.
Maximum 2,000 words on any subject.
Entry fee: £5 – Click here to pay entry fee.
Judge: Eley Williams
Eley Williams' collection of short stories Attrib: & Other Stories (Influx Press, 2017) is winner of the James Tait Black Prize 2018 and winner of the Republic of Consciousness Prize 2018. The collection was long-listed for the 2018 Dylan Thomas Prize and is listed in Best Books of the Year by The Guardian, The Telegraph, The New Statesman and The White Review. She is Fiction Co-Editor of 3:AM Magazine, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, and Lecturer in Creative Writing at Royal Holloway, University of London.
First Prize: £200
Second Prize: £100
Winning stories will be read on CreekFM Radio and will be published on our website.
The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
All entries must be in English, original and must not have been published or have won a competition elsewhere.
Short stories must be a maximum of 2000 words and can be on any theme.
Entry fee for the competition is £5 per short story entry. Entries will be invalid if the entry fee is not paid in full on submission of your story.
The competition is open to all professions and nationalities resident in the UK from 17+ years of age at date of submission.
Faversham Literary Festival will retain the copyright to any published collection of winning entries, but authors will retain the copyright to their individual submissions.
Entries will not be accepted after the closing date.
Winners will be notified by 17 February 2019. If you do not hear from us we regret your entry has not been successful.
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