Story Competitionstories competition
Winners will receive a lavish 500 pound money award plus two CrimeFest 2019 weekends and a choice of Margery Allingham literature. Winners will be known at CrimeFest 2018 in Bristol and short-listed authors can only buy seats to the event if they choose to do so when the CWA Dagger Leaderboards are made known.
The contributions must be a fictitious story with up to 2000 words on any topic.
The contributions must be a fictitious story with up to 2000 words on any topic. Items must be in A4, with twice the spacing and page numbering with the heading on each page. Authors name may not appear as titles or in the text of any page other than the authors information page.
Award winners will be posted on this page. Inputs can be made by e-mail (preferred), as a Word file or by regular postal service. The next one is scheduled for 2019, when there will be enough award-winning tales. If no email is available, the reception of all inputs will be confirmed by e-mail or by regular postal service.
The information provided by the authors will never and never be passed on to third parties without the express consent of the authors.
We are looking for shorts with up to 1000 words and the winner will be featured in Suffolk Magazine.
We are looking for shorts with up to 1000 words and the winner will be featured in Suffolk Magazine. The centenary and the resonance of the past are a great topic for feature film. All over Suffolk, whether it's the Theberton zeppelin fall or maybe just three families at the Monument to the Warrior in your town.
We will announce the 3 winner at the `Short Story Event` at the Felixstowe Books Festival on Saturday, June 30th at 4.30 pm. SHORT-STORY REQUEST. Winner story will be featured in Suffolk Journal. Included in the price is a 12-month periodical subscriptions and a coupon for a work. 12 months of subscriptions to Suffolk Journal and a gift certificate.
12 months of Suffolk magazine subscriptions and a coupon for a work. Both the runner and the victor are asked to tell their story in front of an audiance, although a magistrate can tell the story if he prefers. She is an award-winning mystery writer and her books are released worldwide.
This is a psychedelic mystery story that takes place in the countryside of Suffolk. Jeanne Hewitt is the writer of two detective novels: Exclusion Zone and The Hunger Within, both released by Endeavour Press in 2016. Their third novel, The Eight Year Lie, appears on Endeavour. It has also released five books, the last of which,'Ninepins', won the East Anglian Book Award for Belles Lettres in 2012.
She has been an EADT Suffolk Journalist since 2011 and has worked her whole life in the UK and more. On the pages of the journal, she enjoys working for the benefit of regional authors and performers, celebrates their successes and successes and helps to make them accessible to a broader group.