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YA writing prize: Skylark Literary Tales for Teens Competition

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The winner will get one-to-one critique of their finished manuscript
Skylark Literary, a literary agency for children's and YA books, is inviting entries of manuscripts for young teens aged 13-15.
The competition is for unagented, unpublished writers of fiction aimed at readers at the younger end of the YA spectrum (13 to 15).
To enter Skylark Literary's Tales for Teens competition, send a one-page synopsis and the first three chapters of an unpublished novel. Include the anticipated wordcount of the full novel.
There is no entry fee.
The closing date is 27 March.
 

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