Win cash prizes and anthology publication in the competition for future-focussed diverse teen fiction
Odd Voice Out is an independent publisher of diverse YA and crossover stories. The Teens of Tomorrow competition is for future-focussed diverse teen fiction, and is open to writers internationally.
There are prizes of £200, £100 and £50 and the top ten winners will be published in a dedicated anthology.
Entries may be in any genre and may be realistic or fantastical. All entries must be written for a YA audience and may be submitted by any writer aged 14 and over.
Enter original, unpublished short fiction between 2,000 and 5,000 words. Each author may enter up to five stories.
There is an entry fee of £4 per story.
The closing date is 31 August.
For full details see the website.
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