NWR Short Story Competition 2015: Freedom

NWR Short Story Competition 2015: Freedom

Do you have a way with words? Enter our short story competition for the chance to win two nights B&B for two people at Gladstone's Library, kindly donated by the Library.

Your story needs to be 2000 words or less and titled, Freedom. Other than that, let your imaginations run wild!

The competition will be judged by Peter Morrison and Dr Neil Wilson. Peter, author of A Lonely Road and other stories, is a retired university lecturer, Chair of Airedale Writers Circle and a regular competition judge. Dr Neil Wilson is author of Proper Poorly, editor of The Writer and has written many medical anecdotes, short stories and news articles. Neil is a retired GP and an active member of Airedale Writers Circle.

Entry is free for NWR members and you may enter as many times as you wish. All entries should be submitted as a word document by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject, ‘Short Story Competition 2015’. Include your name and contact details in the e-mail (but NOT in the story).

Deadline: Midnight 30 June 2015

Please read the terms and conditions.

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