Enter fiction and poetry for the Manchester Writing Competition

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29 July 2016
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There is a £10,000 prize to be won in each category

 

There is a £10,000 prize to be won in each category

Enter short stories up to 2,500 words for the Manchester Fiction Prize, and a portfolio of between three and five poems for the Manchester Poetry Prize.

All entries must be original and unpublished.

Entry in each category is £17.50.

The Manchester Writing Competition was established by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy in 2008, and is hosted by the Manchester Writing School at Manchester Metropolitan University. Originally the competition alternated annually between fiction and poetry, but since 2013 both prizes have run each year.

The closing date for both categories of the Manchester Writing Competion is 23 September.

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