Writing competitions closing in April

Kishboo magazine short story competition

Ongoing short story competition – stories must be no more than 2,000 words

Entry fee: £3

First prize -£50 ,  runner- up f £25

Closing date:  20 April

 

First Crediton Short Story Competition

Stories on the theme GENERATIONS

  • 16/18* or over –  a maximum of 3,000 words. Prize £50 & a night’s stay at the Lamb Inn, Sandford. Runner-up: £20.
  • 12 to 16/18* –  a maximum of 1,000. First prize – £25 book token, second prize – £10 book token.
  • 5 to 7 or 8 to 11 – a maximum of 500. first prize for each age group – £20 book token, second prize – £10 book token

*for the purpose of this competition adults are 18 years & over and those aged 16-18 not in full-time education. Top stories in each group published on www.creditoncommunitybookshop.co.uk

 Closing date: 24 April

 

The Bath Short Story Competition

The competition is international, up to 2200 words.

First prize £1000, 2nd prize £200, 3rd prize £100. Local prize of £50 in book tokens sponsored by Mr B’s Emporium of Books, Bath and The Acorn Award, a £50 prize for an unpublished writer

Entry fee: £8

Closing date: 27th April

 

Bristol Short Story Prize

No particular theme, up to 4,000 words.

First prize is £1,000 plus a £150 Waterstones gift card, 2nd prize is £700 plus a £100 Waterstones gift card and 3rd prize is £400 plus a £100 Waterstones gift card.

Entry fee: £8 for each story entered.

Closing date: April 30

 

Over the Red Line

Up to 4,500 words on the theme of nature

Prize: £50

Entry fee: looks to be free

Closing date:  30 April

 

Senior Travel Expert City, Town or Village Writing Competition

Up to 750 words by 16 years and over on any city, town or village, factual or fiction

Entry: free

Prize of £100 to the author of the best entry.

Closing date: 30 April

 

Writing Competitions Reinvented

Poetry and short story competition

Short story: any subject; length 750 to 3,000 words; previously unpublished work. Entry fee: £12 . One entry  per person

Poetry: any subject; poetry or prose poetry; maximum 42 lines; previously unpublished work; Entry fee: £7 per poem.

First Prize £2,000 (for each competition)

Closing date: 30 April 2015

 

The  Exeter Story Prize

Stories of up to 10,000 words.

First prize – £500 + trophy, second – £150, third – £100. In addition, CreativeWritingMatters has announced: The Trisha Ashley Award for the best humorous story – £200 + trophy.

Entry fee: £8

Closing date 30 April 2015

 

 

 

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