The international contest invites the first chapter and a synopsis
The entry must be part of a complete work of fiction, which may be unpublished, self published or newly published.
The winner will receive £500 and six months of mentoring from Nadine Matheson.
The second prize is £300 and an assessment of the first three chapters and synopsis.
The third prize is £100 and two coaching sessions.
Submit the opening chapter (up to 3,000 words), a short synopsis and a one-page biography.
The entry fee is £11.
The closing date is 31 July.
For full details see the website.