Link Of The Week

http://www.writersdigest.com/competitions/writers-digest-annual-competition
WRITER’S DIGEST ANNUAL WRITING COMPETITION

Enter the 81st Annual Writing Competition and gain access to agents, to editors, to your peers, to readers. Winning entries will be on display in the 81st Annual Writer’s Digest Competition Collection and entrants will gain the spotlight they deserve.

Compete and Win in 10 Categories!
Inspirational Writing (Spiritual/Religious)
Memoirs/Personal Essay
Magazine Feature Article
Genre Short Story (Mystery, Romance, etc.)
Mainstream/Literary Short Story
Rhyming Poetry
Non-rhyming Poetry
Stage Play
Television/Movie Script
Children’s/Young Adult Fiction
Entry Fee
Entries: $25 for the first manuscript; $15 for each additional entry submitted during the same transaction.
Poems: $15 for the first entry; $10 for each additional poem submitted submitted during the same transaction.
Prizes
GRAND PRIZE:
individual attention from 4 editors or agents
a trip to the Writer’s Digest Conference in New York City
$3,000 cash
First Place: $1,000 cash and $100 off WD Shop purchase

Second Place: $500 cash and $100 off WD Shop purchase

Third Place: $250 cash and $100 off WD Shop purchase

Fourth Place: $100 cash and $50 off WD Shop purchase

Fifth Place: $50 cash and $50 off WD Shop purchase

Sixth through Tenth Place: $25 cas

3 Responses to Link Of The Week

  1. Sarah Andre says:

    Thanks Stacey! That’s one of those prestigious contests I keep meaning to get around to entering.

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