Monday, 19 June 2017

Creative Future Literary Awards, deadline 26 June

There is a week left to enter the Creative Future Literary Awards, full details below:

Submissions close on June 26 2017.


Submissions for the Creative Future Literary Awards close June 26

Submissions for this year's Literary Awards close in less than a week. Enter your short story (300 words) or poem (200 words) on the theme of 'Important Nothings' to be in with the chance of winning over £10,000 worth of prizes.

Submit your work here.

Interview with 2016 winner Michelle Porter

We interview 2016 Gold Prose winner, Michelle Porter, on what it feels like to win the Creative Future Literary Awards.

Read the full interview. 

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2016 Creative Future Literary Awards - 'Ground', by Stephen Riley

VIDEO: Ground, by Stephen Riley

Watch Fergus Evans read the award-winning short story of Silver Award winner, Stephen Riley at the CFLA showcase 2016.

Watch on YouTube.

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