Non-fiction essay prize: Thresholds International Short Fiction Feature Writing Competition

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27 January 2016
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imports_WRI_thresholds-12949_49952.png Non-fiction essay prize: Thresholds International Short Fiction Feature Writing Competition
Writers can enter essays in two categories: author profile or recommendation of short fiction ...
Writers can enter essays in two categories: author profile or recommendation of short fiction
There is a first prize of £500, and two runners up will each win £100.
• Author profiles should explore the life, writings and influence of a single short story writer.
• We Recommend entries should be personal recommendations of a collection, anthology, group of short stories or single short story.
Non-fiction essays entered in the Threshold International Short Fiction Feature Writing Competition should be between 750 and 2,000 words. All entries must be non-fiction. Writers may enter up to three essays.
There is no entry fee.
The closing date is 6 March.

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