Short story comp

The Far North Coast branch of the Fellowship of Australian Writers is running its 20th anniversary literary competition.

There are four sections short short story (up to 1000 words), short story (up to 3000 words), poetry up to 80 lines, and poetry up to 24 lines.

There are prizes in all categories. The conditions of entry are as follows:

No entry form is required. No limit to the number of entries.

Entries must be in English, the original unpublished work of the entrant, and not have won a cash prize in any competition before July 31, 2007.

All entries must be typed, double spaced and on one side of an A4 paper.

An entry must be stapled together if more than one page. Each and every entry must have a separate cover sheet, which must be on a sheet of A4 paper and attached by a paper slide fastener. It must give the category, title of entry, number of words or lines as applicable and show the author`s name, address and phone number. No name or pen name to appear on the entry itself.

The judges`decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Winners will be notified by mail. Send a S.A.S envelope (business size 220mm x 110mm) with your entry if you wish to receive a copy of the results. No entries will be returned.

Your entry will be deemed to be your acceptance of these conditions. Disqualified entries will not be refunded.

Got that?

Entry fee is $5 per entry. To send entries or for more info write to Competition Secretary, FAW Far North Coast Regional, PO Box 5093, East Lismore, 2480.

Entries close on July 31.

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