The New Writer Magazine Prose and Poetry Prizes 2011

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Posted: 9 May 2011

Prose and Poetry Prizes 2011

from The New Writer magazine

Closing date 30 November

Established in 1997, one of the major annual international competitions for short stories, microfiction, single poems, poetry collections, essays and articles; offers cash prizes as well as publication for the prize-winning writers in The Collection, special edition of The New Writer magazine.

Back copies of recent issues of The Collection are available at the TNW website as well as single copies of the latest issue (current copy) TNW 106 - see below:
http://www.thenewwriter.com/subscribe.htm

Further information on the annual Prose & Poetry Prizes including guidelines and entry fees at: http://www.thenewwriter.com/prizes.htm

Writers can enter online at our secure credit card server at: http://www.thenewwriter.com/entryform.htm
Or, the entry form can also be downloaded from that page on the website and sent in the post with your entry.

The winners of the 2010 Prose & Poetry Prizes are listed on this webpage:
http://www.thenewwriter.com/prizewinners.htm


The New Writer magazine No.106 (Spring 2011) out now. 68 packed pages of fact, fiction, poetry including ...

Make it Short and Snappy - SALLY JENKINS on Flash Fiction
Creating Reality in Your Characters - by US novelist RHONDA M LAWSON
Great short fiction from SHARON ZINK and CATHERINE SMITH (ex-guest poetry editor at TNW)
Falling in Love with Your Novel ... again! - NICOLA DALY looks at the old MS in the bottom drawer.
Poetry Editor ABEGAIL MORLEY goes Blogging and introduces new poems from among others:
EMMA LOVELL, SHARON BLACK, PAUL MONAGHAN, COLETTE SENSIER, MELISSA LEE-HOUGHTON
TNW's new slot - MicroFiction from JACKIE HINDEN, MATTHEW WALKER and more
Travel Writing tips from prolific freelance writer ROY STEVENSON
LORRAINE JENKIN
reveals how she captured an editor's imagination with Chapter Headings.
SIMON WHALEY's Circle Clinic series continues, while MELISSA LAWRENCE takes a different view of Writers' Groups.
SALLY QUILFORD manouevres her hero and heroine towards "the first of a million kisses".
PLUS Stop Press, Competitions, Views, Reviews & Market News.

TNW is published quarterly. Subscribers receive 6 issues over a one and a half year period. Reduced rates for 3-year subscriptions. Monthly eNews bulletin also included in the subscription package.

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