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The best-paid fiction contest in the world is back, with a whopping 20,000 $ prize for micro-stories up to 100 words.
you can read the rules and regulations here.
Also, if you enter code 5460 in the last field of the participation form, this blog could also receive a prize.
Good luck, everyone!
Our Spanish commenters are debating writing contests and how some are an opportunity while others are a theft.
From this topic of stolen ideas comes another interesting debate: Which of these statements is true?
- Don’t refrain from moving your ideas by fear of having them stolen – there are more where those came from.
- Any single person will have, at most, ONE great idea in their whole life.
What do you think?
Museum of Words announces an impressive prize for the second edition of their Flash Fiction Prize: € 7,000 for a maximum of 100 words. The deadline is October 31st, so get on with it, artists!