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Creative writing prize: Young Adult Fiction Writing Competition

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The Creative Competitor is asking for YA stories in any genre up to 1,500 words for this contest

All entries must be original, unpublished fiction aimed at a young adult readership. There are prizes of £200, £100 and £75.

The entry fee is £3.

The closing date is 3 November.

For full details, see the website.

 

 

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