Creative writing prizes: Gloucester Writers' Network 2019 Competition


24 June 2019
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The competition is for poems and prose on the theme of Numbers


The competition is for poems and prose on the theme of Numbers

The annual competition from Gloucestershire Writers' Network is supported by The Times and Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival, which this year celebrates its 70th anniversary.

Enter stories up to 750 words and poems up to 50 lines. The poetry judge is Stephen Daniels and the prose judge is Amanda Reynolds. There are £200 prizes in each category. Three runners up in each category will receive a book token and the winners will be invited to read their work at the Cheltenham Literature Festival on 6 October.

The entry fee is £3.50 for one entry, £6 for two and £8 for three.

The closing date is 14 July.

For full details, see the website.

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