Crime writing competition: Criminal Lines 2015

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18 February 2015
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imports_WRI_bloody-hand-300x300-30444_30014.jpg Crime writing competition: Criminal Lines 2015
AM Heath's competition for debut crime novelists offers possible agency representation ...
AM Heath's competition for debut crime novelists offers possible agency representation
The competition first ran last year in association with The Writers' Workshop. It is for debut, unpublished, unagented crime novelists from the UK and Ireland.
The winner will get £500 and entry to The Writers' Workshop Festival of Writing. The runner up will get £500. All shortlisted authors will have a chance to meet AM Heath agents Euan Thorneycroft and Oli Munson to discuss their work. Am Heath will offer representation if they discover an author whose work they love.
To enter Criminal Lines 2015, writers should send the first 15,000 words of their manuscript and a synopsis.
The deadline is 4 May.

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