Sunday, February 27, 2011

Ten Stories High Short Story Competition

"Do you have the write stuff ?"
The Canadian Authors Association, Niagara Branch, is holding its Twelfth annual "Ten Stories High" short story competition - open to all Ontario residents. Stories can be of any genre but must be previously unpublished and between 1,000 and 3,000 words. (No personal essays, memoirs, children's literature or non-fiction please.)

For first Canadian rights, the top ten finalists will have their stories published in an anthology in the fall. The award for first place is $300; second, $200; and third, $100. Winning entries will also receive story evaluations.

Deadline: March 31, 2011. Entry fee: $15 per story. Full details here.

To keep up to date with all the annual writing contests in Canada, get the 2011 Canadian Writers' Contest Calendar – just $23 including tax and shipping (or $20 at any of Brian Henry's workshops or classes). To order your copy, email More details here.

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