Short story competition: Writing in dialogue

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08 August 2014
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imports_WRI_bsissue12-57822_21089.jpg Short story competition: Writing in dialogue
Entries are invited for the annual Bartleby Snopes Dialogue Only competition ...
Entries are invited for the annual Bartleby Snopes Dialogue Only competition
Entries may be up to 2,000 words and may contain as many characters as the writer likes, but all stories must be written entirely in dialogue. Dialogue does not have to be written in a standard format, but entries must not include any narration, which includes 'he said,' 'she said', etc.
There will be a minimum of $500 in prizes, with at least $300 going to the winner. Five finalists will have their stories printed in Bartleby Snopes literary magazine.
There is a $10 fee for unlimited entries.
The closing date is 15 September.

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