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Crime writing competition: Fahrenheit Noirville

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Fahrenheit Press is inviting entries of short crime and thriller stories for a new anthology

The best twelve, as judged by a panel of book bloggers and Fahrenheit Press author Jo Perry, will be published in Noirville, Farenheit Press's first short story collection. Accepted writers will be paid royalties.

To enter, send original, unpublished crime and thriller stories up to 7,500 words.

Entry is free.

The closing date is 30 September.

For full details, see the website.

 

 

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