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Excellence for Exeter

Exeter Writers Short Story Competition 2017 is open for entries.

The competition is for all writers, published and unpublished, writing in any genre except children’s. There is a first prize of £500, a second prize of £250 and a third prize of £100. There is also a £100 prize for the best entry by a Devon writer.

Enter original, unpublished short stories up to 3,000 words. Writers may enter by post or by email. Email entrants should send their stories as Word docs or pdfs, double or 1.5 spaced, with a clear font and the story title and page number at the top of each page. The submission email should include details of name, address, phone number, email address, how you found out about the competition, story title and word count and PayPal reference number. The subject line should read SSC – your story name – your name – your payment reference number.

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