Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Hint Fiction Writing Contest - Great Prizes - No Entry Fee

Gotham Writer's Workshop Announces

HINT FICTION WRITING CONTEST 
DEADLINE: October 11, 2010

Great Prizes - No Entry Fee
Gotham Writers' Workshop invites you to enter our Hint Fiction 25-Word Story Writing Contest. Entry is free and easy.

For this competition, Gotham welcomes the expertise of Robert Swartwood, editor of Hint Fiction: An Anthology of Stories of 25 Words or Fewer (to be published in November by W.W. Norton). Mr. Swartwood will select the winner from the finalists in this competition.

What is Hint Fiction? Here's Swartwood's definition:

Hint Fiction (n): a story of 25 words or fewer that suggests a larger, more complex story.

GREAT PRIZES

Submit your unpublished 25-word story to our competition and you could win:

•10-week writing workshop ($420 value)
•$100 USD
•One-year subscription to The Writer
•Publication of your winning entry in Gotham's Winter 2011 course catalog
•Bragging rights

ENTRY IS FREE & EASY

To enter, just complete the online entry form. Limit one entry per person.

What are you waiting for? Enter today!

Reprinted from Gotham Writers' Workshop's 08/10/2010 GothamGRAM.



Just in case you have difficulty opening the link for the online entry form here it is to cut and past:
http://www.writingclasses.com/ContestPages/hintfiction.php