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Short story prize: Southport Writer's Circle International Short Story Competition

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There's a first prize of £150 for stories up to 2,000 words

Enter original, unpublished stories in any genre and on any theme. This year's judge is art historian and poet Anna Maddison.

As well as the first prize of £150, there are second and third prizes of £80 and £30.

The entry fee is £3 per story, or four for £10.

The closing date is 31 October.

For full details see the website.

 

 

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