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Writing for competitions / David Farland

When I used to write for competitions, I would make lists of ways that judges might look at my work in order to grade it / David Farland

“When I used to write for competitions, I would make lists of ways that judges might look at my work in order to grade it. For example, some judges might look for an ending that brought them to tears, while another might be more interested in an intellectual feast. A couple of you asked what my list might look like…”

 

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A list of international and local creative writing competitions planned for 2016. Opportunities for experienced and aspiring writers to get published.

A list of international and local creative writing competitions planned for 2016. Opportunities for experienced and aspiring writers to get published.
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3 Ways Twitter Improved My Writing & a Writing Contest

Twitter is a social media outlet that allows its users to send and read short messages up to 140 characters long. It’s perfect for the world we live in. Quick, easy, and simple for our constant moving lives. There are a lot of reasons Twitter became so huge.

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27 Free Writing Contests: Legitimate Competitions With Cash Prizes

“ Don’t be taken in by scammy contests: there are legitimate competitions for your prose and poetry. Here are some free writing contests to get started.”

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Descriptive Fiction Writing Competition – April 2016 – The Creative Competitor

1st Prize: £500 2nd Prize: £300 3rd Prize: £200 4th Prize: £100 Closing date: 30th April 2016 Entry fee: £3.50 or FREE to Write, Learn and
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