Odyssey House Victoria Short Story Competition

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The Odyssey House Victoria Short Story Competition is open until November 2, 2019. Submit stories of up to 1,500 words. Stories must use the theme of “Family” and stories must make a reference to alcohol and or drugs. Prizes: $1,000, $100, $50 Entry Fee: $10 per submission. Limit three entries per person. More here.

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The Writing Quarter Competition

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July 2019 Winner: Elinor Clark. You can read the winning entry here. We run a free to enter short story writing competition. This is an ongoing monthly competition. Deadline: Last day of every month Prize: $30 We’re looking for short stories of up to 3,000 words. Open theme. Competition Rules This competition is open to […]

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Competition Listings

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Please note that apart from The Writing Quarter Competition, all other listings are for external competitions. If you have a question about these competitions, please contact the competition organisers by clicking the website link in each listing. Unfortunately, we cannot assist with queries on external competitions. If you’re a competition organiser and would like to […]

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2020 Somerset National Novella Writing Competition

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The 2020 Somerset National Novella Writing Competition is open until December 6, 2019 (5pm). Open to all Australian high school students. Submit a novella, 8,000-20,000 words. Entry Fee: $20 The national winner will receive $2,500 and a full editorial report from Penguin Random House (Australia). The state winners will receive cash prizes, personalised advice from […]

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Competition August 2019 Winner

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Maddie Unger loves to practice empathy by getting inside the minds of people who are frowned upon by society and seeing what makes them tick. She loves to create imaginative environments that challenge the reader’s view of deviance and encourage compassion. Lilac Blue Maddie Unger She lives in the woods. She sits amongst the tall […]

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