Announcing the new Words Just Words Science Fiction Short Story Prize

Words Just Words is delighted to announce the newest Science Fiction Short Story Prize.

With a first prize of £50 and a runner-up prize of £30, the competition is open to new and published writers in the genre.

The winner, runner-up and up to 20 other winners will be published in Words Just Words Science Fiction anthology in August 2012. Winners will be announced in July 2012.

Entries can be made by email in Word, Open Office or PDF format, to: wjwpublishing@gmail.com Please write “Science Fiction Entry” in the subject line.

Maximum length: 3,500 words. An optional critique of your entries is available by paying an additional fee of £30 per entry.

Science Fiction Short Story Prize Online Entry Fees

Online Entry                    £3.50 per Entry

Critique (Optional)        £30.00 per Entry

Entry plus Critique    £33.50

Please see the published terms and conditions.

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7 responses to “Announcing the new Words Just Words Science Fiction Short Story Prize

  1. Please can you tell me whether the anthology will be pubilshed in print or just in Ebook.

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