All over the lobby, bright faced young writers fresh out of workshops gazed covertly at editors and agents who passed them by with that blank eye that acknowledges no one. Desperate older writers without publishers circled endlessly like raptors over a barren landscape, while a well-oiled horror writer strode within an entourage comprised of his smiling wife and adoring groupies.
The closing date for entries is May 1st Entry can be made online or by post. The competition is open to all writers around the world whether published or unpublished, UK or non-UK based. The winner and 2 runners up will be selected from the shortlist and announced at an awards ceremony which will be held in Bristol in October Rules Please read the rules carefully before entering.
Entrants must be over 16 years old on the closing date, May 1st The maximum length of submissions is 4, words does not include titlethere is no minimum length. The Bristol Short Story Prize is open to all published and unpublished writers.
There is no geographical restriction on entry- the Bristol Short Story Prize is open to everyone, whether they are based in the UK or outside the UK.
Entries can be made online or by post. All entries must be in English. Online entries should be submitted via the online entry facility, usually in Word document, pdf or equivalent.
Postal entries will only be accepted as printed typescripts. There are no specific formatting requirements — font type, font size, line spacing etc. Writers may format their work in the way they feel is most appropriate — we do not specify any particular format for submissions.
Bristol Short Story Prize, Unit 5. Payment for online entries to the Bristol Short Story Prize should be made via the website online entry facility.
Payment for postal entries to the Bristol Short Story Prize should be made by cheque. Each postal submission must be accompanied by a signed entry form confirming an entrant has read the rules of the Bristol Short Story Prize and accepts the rules of the Bristol Short Story Prize.
Entries will not be returned. Please keep a copy. No corrections or alterations can be made after receipt of an entry. Entries must be entirely the work of the entrant and must never have been previously published, in print or online including self-published, ebook, magazines, journals, websites, blogs, social network sitesor broadcast or won a prize in another writing competition on or before October 13th Any entry found to have been plagiarised will be disqualified.
Simultaneous submissions are welcome — but please let us know as soon as possible if a story is to be published elsewhere, in print or online including self-published, ebook, magazines, journals, websites, blogs, social network sitesor broadcast or has won a prize in another writing competition on or before October 13th The Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame exhibition lets visitors explore the lives and legacies of inductees through films, interactive kiosks, and rare artifacts.
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