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WM is pleased to hear that the Willesden Herald Short Story Prize, which stopped running for a few years, has been resurrected. In its new form, the Willesden Herald Short Story Prize has returned to the simplicity of its early days, and the winner will get a specially inscribed mug and a bottle of Champagne. Ten winning and shortlisted stories will be published in Willesden Herald: New Short Stories 9. After 150 entries, entry fees less Submittable fees will go into a prize fund that will be shared equally between the ten authors.

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Earn from your writing and get published: Cash prize competitions, calls for submissions and writing opportunities in 20 pages of Writers' News Discover your inner writer Cut to the heart of your novel – without losing the plot Social skills: Learn to use your online time to the max 10 top tips to get your book published and keep it selling Reader successes: Readers share their success stories Meet our publishing deal competition winner Star interview: Prize-winning poet and author Kei Miller on writing without boundaries

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