Crime writing competition: No Exit Press

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23 June 2015
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imports_WRI_leigh-russell-75906_37638.jpg Crime writing competition: No Exit Press
The submission deadline for No Exit Press's crime short story competition has been extended to 30 June ...
The submission deadline for No Exit Press's crime short story competition has been extended to 30 June
The competition, which is for short crime stories up to 3,000 words, marks the publication of bestselling No Exit Press author Leigh Russell's new novel Killer Plan (pictured).
The winner will meet the judging panel of Leigh, Oldcastle Books MD Ion Mills, literary agent Annette Crossland and crime-writing critic Barry Forshaw, with the possibility of publication by No Exit Press.
The competition is open to unpublished crime writers. There is a £5 entry fee per story.
The closing date is 30 June.

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