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There is still time to enter our 1500-word short story competition and be in with the chance to win some fantastic prizes.
The Changing Natures competition is looking for submissions on the theme of nature (including human nature), the environment or ‘taking notice’ of the world around you, with a maximum length of 1500 words. Winners will see their work published as part of this year’s The Great Read “Changing Natures” anthology, as well as receiving a cash prize of £500.
Winners across all categories will also be invited to take part in this year’s Liverpool Literary Festival.
There are three categories with the following prizes on offer:
Undergraduate students – sponsored by Student Roost.
Postgraduate students – sponsored by Student Roost.
All entrants will also receive a 10% discount for Blackwell’s book store on campus and a collection of the best submissions will be published online.
To enter, send your short story submissions to email@example.com with the subject line Changing Natures by Friday, 26 March 2021.
Winners will be announced in late April 2021.
There is no entry fee, but each writer can only enter one story.
There is a 1500-word limit and all submissions must be written in English.
Find out more about the competition, and read the full Terms and Conditions.
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