Creative writing competition: The Brighton Prize

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12 May 2016
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Enter short stories and flash fiction in Rattle Tales' contest to find the best new short fiction

 

Enter short stories and flash fiction in Rattle Tales' contest to find the best new short fiction

The Brighton Prize is in two categories:

• Short stories between 1,000 and 2,000 words. There is a first prize of £500, two runners-up prizes of £100 and a local prize for a Sussex writer of a £100 book token. The entry fee is £8 per story.

• Flash fiction up to 350 words. There is a first prize of £100 and two runners-up prizes of £50. The entry fee is £6 per piece of flash fiction.

All entries for The Brighton Prize must be original and unpublished.

Rattle Tales is a collective of Brighton-based writers that puts on regular live literature shows and participates in the Brighton Fringe Festival.

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The closing date is 10 June.

 

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