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Literary Taxidermy Short Story Competition 2019

Deadline 4th June 2019 Who may enter The competition is open to anyone. Description Regulus Press invites you to enter the 2019 LITERARY TAXIDERMY SHORT STORY COMPETITION for your chance to win up to ...

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Deadline

4th June 2019

Who may enter

The competition is open to anyone.

Description

Regulus Press invites you to enter the 2019 LITERARY TAXIDERMY SHORT STORY COMPETITION for your chance to win up to $500 in cash as well as publication in the next Literary Taxidermy Anthology. Last year’s competition was such a success, we’ve decided to come back for more! Don’t miss this opportunity to get your name in front of readers, and your work in front of literary professionals. The competition ends on June 4th, 2019.

To enter, you must produce an original story of up to 2500 words in any genre. The catch: We provide your opening and closing lines chosen from a classic work of literature. You provide the rest. This year’s literary taxidermy draws its opening and closing lines from Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. To participate, you must write your own short story that starts and ends with the same opening and closing lines as Ray Bradbury’s classic work.

Entry Fee

USD $10 per entry

Prizes

The author of the winning story in this year’s competition will receive a USD $500 cash prize and a complimentary copy of the forthcoming 2019 Literary Taxidermy Anthology; runners-up will receive a USD $50 cash prize; and both the winner and runners-up will be published in the forthcoming 2019 Literary Taxidermy Anthology. Honorable-mention authors will have their name included on a special page in the anthology.

How to enroll

Enrollment Link

 

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