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Top prize for ‘golden age’ crime

The CWA is inviting entries for the Margery Allingham Short Story Competition, which is given for unpublished stories on any theme that fit golden age author Margery Allingham’s definition: ‘The Mystery remains box-shaped, at once a prison and a refuge. Its four walls are, roughly, a Crime, a Mystery, and Enquiry and a Conclusion with an Element of Satisfaction in it.’

The competition is for short stories of up to 3,500 words, which may be entered by published and unpublished writers. The winner will receive £500 and a package of Margery Allingham books.

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