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Wells Festival of Literature's Young Poets  Competition Closing date: 30th June 2019. Prizes: First prize £150 plus a year's subscription to the poetry society; Second £75; Third £50. All poets on the short list will be invited to read their poems before the prize giving. Entry fee: £3.00. Further info: Judge Miriam Nash. Further info: Open to all those aged 16 - 22 on 30th June2019 Website: https://www.wellsfestivalofliterature.org.uk/ A Poem for Europe - Young people's category Closing date: 31st July 2019. Prizes: £500. Entry fee: In the Young Person’s category (16-25) each poem submitted is £3 (including 46p booking fee). Looking for: Poems up to a max of 32 lines. Competitors may submit up to five entries. Further details: This is a national competition to find the most thoughtful and inspiring poem about Europe. Highly Commended (The top 20 poems in each category, including the prize winners, will be published online and in print). Website: https://apoemforeurope.org/rules/ Not So Normal Narrators 2019 Closing date: 31st August 2019. Prizes: £200, £100, £50, anthology publication by Odd Voice Out. Entry fee: £4 per story. Looking for: Short stories told through underrepresented and unusual teen voices Website: http://oddvoiceout.com/ KSP Writers Centre Short Fiction Competition Closing date: 27th September 2019. Prizes:  $100 first place; Second place certificates and $50 for youth. Entry fees: Youth (10 to 17 years): Free. Looking for: Open style, open theme, traditional or contemporary. Further details: Word count - 1,000. Website: https://www.kspwriterscentre.com/short-fiction-competition Ghost Stories Closing Date: Open All Year Round For Prizes see website. Ghost Stories - we've all heard them and we've all been scared by them at one time or another. They can be terribly scary or simply funny, but either way they have been an attention-grabbing form of storytelling for centuries and leave people wondering whether what they've heard is fact or fiction! CLICK HERE… Poetry Idol Closing Date: Open All Year Round Who do you idolise? Is it your mum or dad? Your best friend? Your brother or sister? Perhaps there is a famous person, from a sports or film star to an author or musician that you admire and aspire to be like. Why are they your favourite person and why do they inspire you? CLICK HERE… Teen Poets Closing Date: Open All Year Round Teen Poets invites young adults aged 13+ to write a poem. If you're a teen, your voice needs to be heard and this is the place to get your message across! CLICK HERE… Pet Poetry Closing Date: Open All Year Round Write about your pet, your favourite animal or create a creature! Perhaps you'd like to write from an animal's point of view or about conservation? We can't wait to read your animal-inspired poems! Open to young writers aged 4-18 years old. CLICK HERE…
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Wells Festival of Literature's Young Poets  Competition Closing date: 30th June 2019. Prizes: First prize £150 plus a year's subscription to the poetry society; Second £75; Third £50. All poets on the short list will be invited to read their poems before the prize giving. Entry fee: £3.00. Further info: Judge Miriam Nash. Further info: Open to all those aged 16 - 22 on 30th June2019 Website: https://www.wellsfestivalofliterature.org.uk/ A Poem for Europe - Young people's category Closing date: 31st July 2019. Prizes: £500. Entry fee: In the Young Person’s category (16-25) each poem submitted is £3 (including 46p booking fee). Looking for: Poems up to a max of 32 lines. Competitors may submit up to five entries. Further details: This is a national competition to find the most thoughtful and inspiring poem about Europe. Highly Commended (The top 20 poems in each category, including the prize winners, will be published online and in print). Website: https://apoemforeurope.org/rules/ Not So Normal Narrators 2019 Closing date: 31st August 2019. Prizes: £200, £100, £50, anthology publication by Odd Voice Out. Entry fee: £4 per story. Looking for: Short stories told through underrepresented and unusual teen voices Website: http://oddvoiceout.com/ KSP Writers Centre Short Fiction Competition Closing date: 27th September 2019. Prizes:  $100 first place; Second place certificates and $50 for youth. Entry fees: Youth (10 to 17 years): Free. Looking for: Open style, open theme, traditional or contemporary. Further details: Word count - 1,000. Website: https://www.kspwriterscentre.com/short- fiction-competition Ghost Stories Closing Date: Open All Year Round For Prizes see website. Ghost Stories - we've all heard them and we've all been scared by them at one time or another. They can be terribly scary or simply funny, but either way they have been an attention-grabbing form of storytelling for centuries and leave people wondering whether what they've heard is fact or fiction! CLICK HERE… Poetry Idol Closing Date: Open All Year Round Who do you idolise? Is it your mum or dad? Your best friend? Your brother or sister? Perhaps there is a famous person, from a sports or film star to an author or musician that you admire and aspire to be like. Why are they your favourite person and why do they inspire you? CLICK HERE… Teen Poets Closing Date: Open All Year Round Teen Poets invites young adults aged 13+ to write a poem. If you're a teen, your voice needs to be heard and this is the place to get your message across! CLICK HERE… Pet Poetry Closing Date: Open All Year Round Write about your pet, your favourite animal or create a creature! Perhaps you'd like to write from an animal's point of view or about conservation? We can't wait to read your animal-inspired poems! Open to young writers aged 4-18 years old. CLICK HERE…
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