Essay contest entry fee


It may be daunting to show your submission to someone you’re close to, but having another set of eyes to look over your writing is invaluable. As any writer who has spent hours mulling over their piece will know, it’s difficult to detect your own errors or weaknesses.

When you ask someone to edit your work, it’s best to provide them with the competition guidelines so they know exactly what to be on the lookout for. If there is a particular area you are worried about, such as your punctuation or structure, let them know so they can better advise you. Receiving constructive criticism about your writing, and acting on it, is one of the best ways to improve your writing and have a good chance at winning a competition.

SAINTS AND SINNERS FICTION CONTEST
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$20 ENTRY FEE. Deadline October 3, 2017 . The winner will be selected from this year’s submissions of original, unpublished short stories between 3,000 and 7,000 words with LGBT content on the broad theme of “Saints and Sinners.” One grand prize of $500 and two second place prizes of $100 will be awarded. In addition, the top stories will be published in an anthology from Bold Strokes Books. There will also be a book release party and reading held during the 15th annual Saints and Sinners Literary Conference in New Orleans in 2018. A list of the top ten finalists will be posted on our website and in our e-newsletter. Word Count: 3,000 to 7,000.

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A word to the wise; which shouldn’t need saying but unfortunately it does: every year we get email submissions from poets with email addresses like pluto-seminides@ and that’s really very witty if you’re aged six and a half. The email address probably belongs to someone called Peter Smith. However should Peter Smith win then we have to seek-out his email address among 7,000 others on our books. And of course he doesn’t exist; all that exists is the idiotic pluto-seminides… and so Peter Smith is never discovered and eventually his winning poems are dumped. PLEASE; send submissions in an email address containing your PROPER NAME. ALL publishers will reject daft email addresses; do yourself a favour; it would be tragic to win… and then to be dumped because we can’t find you…

Essay contest entry fee

essay contest entry fee

A word to the wise; which shouldn’t need saying but unfortunately it does: every year we get email submissions from poets with email addresses like pluto-seminides@ and that’s really very witty if you’re aged six and a half. The email address probably belongs to someone called Peter Smith. However should Peter Smith win then we have to seek-out his email address among 7,000 others on our books. And of course he doesn’t exist; all that exists is the idiotic pluto-seminides… and so Peter Smith is never discovered and eventually his winning poems are dumped. PLEASE; send submissions in an email address containing your PROPER NAME. ALL publishers will reject daft email addresses; do yourself a favour; it would be tragic to win… and then to be dumped because we can’t find you…

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