11/02/2016 Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

YA writing prize: Skylark Literary Tales for Teens Competition

d7f13470-0461-4748-b224-7e85d3ec0c2b

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The competition is for unagented, unpublished writers of fiction aimed at readers at the younger end of the YA spectrum (13 to 15).
To enter Skylark Literary's Tales for Teens competition, send a one-page synopsis and the first three chapters of an unpublished novel.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.
 

Back to News

11/02/2016 Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

Recent Updates

Playwriting competition: The 2017 Papatango Prize

Win a four-week run at Southwark Playhouse and a £6,000 commission for your next play ...


Short story competition: Uplifting finance stories

Solution Loans invite short fiction in this free-to-enter short story contest ...


Paid poetry residency: Digital poetry with 1215.today and The Poetry School

Poets with an interest in the Magna Carta and related themes, including liberty, human rights and democracy, ...


Crime writing competitions from the CWA

There's still time for crime writers to enter the Margery Allingham Short Story Competition 2017 and the ...


Other News

Writer in residence: Talliston House & Gardens

Applications are invited for the 2017/2018 writer-in-residency at one of the UK's quirkiest, most fantastical ...


What's your favourite second novel?

The Royal Society of Literature is asking people to vote for the second novel they like best from a list of ...


Creative commission funding: International Literature Showcase Round Two

The ILS has launched an open call for three £2,500 commissions to explore literature online ...


Call for submissions: Ghost stories by women writers

For Books' Sake is inviting short story submissions for its next anthology ...