Creative writing competition: The 2018 Brighton Prize

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09 April 2018
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The competition has first prizes of £1,000 for a short story and £500 for flash fiction

 

The competition has first prizes of £1,000 for a short story and £500 for flash fiction

The Brighton Prize was founded in 2014 by Brighton's interactive short story evening Rattle Tales, who love inventive stories that work on the stage as well as the page.

• The short story category is for fiction between 1,000 and 2,000 words. The first prize is £1,000 and two runners up each get £100. The entry fee is £8.

• The flash fiction category is for fiction up to 350 words. The first prize is £500, with two runners up each getting £50. The entry fee is £6.

There's a prize of a £100 book token for the best entry in either category from a Sussex-based writer.

The closing date is 1 July.

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For full details see the website.

 

 

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