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World of Writing - World of Writing - Manchester Metropolitan University
To celebrate the role of an international writing town, find different new expressions and create possibilities for the writing world. Writing Competition is the UK's largest literature prize for unreleased works presented by the country's most prestigious writing schools. Launched in 2008 by poet Carol Ann Duffy, the competition has given more than 155,000 pounds to authors.
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Deadline: December 31
Prices: £50, £25. Genuine, previously unreleased work only. Free. is for opening 10,000 words, which includes synopses, of a novel in every gender except child. Prices: 500 + Award, 5@£75. Entrance fee: 18 or 80 pounds per page for up to 40 line poetry and up to 1,200 word diction.
There' also a poems under 16 years of age class. Entrance: free with every sale in the breast milk bookstore. is an occasion to have your book reading by tens of thousand, on the way in nice Guernsey. Registration form see website, e-mail or letter to Poems on the Move, Guernsey Literary Festival, P.O.Box 174, St Peter Port, Guernsey GY1 3LG.
Deadline: 15 January 2017. will offer money awards and detailed feedbacks for unreleased authors. There are no topic or gender limitations. Starting fee: from $10 (depending on your desired feed-back if the storyline is not placed) for previously unreleased source poetry of up to 40 rows. Prices: £1000, £500, £250.
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