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​Birds of a Feather Press Travel Writing Competition 2017

What was missing from your travel guide?

Have you ever left a destination with the information you wished you’d known when you arrived? Something that was missing from your travel guide? 592 more words


Doubling entries to young writers competition!

When Jill Stevens, Literacy Co-ordinator at Collingbourne Cof E Primary launched a whole school writing competition she was expecting the usual 20-30 entries from the children at her small village school. 549 more words

Creative Literacy

ON CRAFT ǀ Six Steps Closer to Being Published

A guide to polishing your writing before submitting it to a competition

By Tali Voron, Founder & Editor-in-Chief of The Soap Box ǀ @thesoapboxoffical

So you want to get published. 768 more words


Can you write a story in exactly 100 words?

If you can write a story in exactly 100 words, and you live in the UK, why not try this Reader’s Digest competition? you could even use it as a Christmas holiday project with the children. 26 more words

Resources For Authors

NGS Family History Writing Contest

It’s just a month before entries close for the annual Family History Writing Contest hosted by the National Genealogical Society.

The contest is open to all NGS members and should not have been previously published or submitted elsewhere for publication. 34 more words

Australian Genealogy

5day10k: Western 11/14-11/18

Write. Compete. Win.

There’s nothing like competition and a deadline to get those creative juices flowing. Compete in our weekly 5day10k, and write a 10,000 word short story based on the theme below. 252 more words


In Partnership with Poppy Scotland : Letters Home competition!

The Scottish Writers’ Centre are delighted to announce that we will be working with Poppy Scotland on their upcoming schools’ competition ‘Letters Home’. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme during the First World War and explore the ever-important question ‘Why is it important to remember?’, the ‘Letters Home’ competition is a vital opportunity for school-aged children to understand the power and emotionality of words when coping with past, recent and current conflicts. 405 more words