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Mon Nov 07, 2016 12:47 am
Forumhussar says...



Darling&Collins Fantasy Short Story Contest
The aim of this contest is to provide an opportunity for you to shine your writing skills and show it to a larger audience. The best submission will receive a 200 dollars prize. Chosen submissions will be published on the site for the Darling & Collins Community.
Content guidelines:
There is no set theme. Any submission set in a fantastic environment, or containing fantastic elements, such as magic, monsters or mythical creatures is accepted.
Only unpublished works are accepted.
The work should be divided logically. Please check your grammar before sending your submission.
The number of submissions is not restricted, you may send as many submissions as you’d like.
Length: 4000-8000 words
Format: There are no restrictions on fonts and font-sizes. However, please do not use more than three types of fonts in your submissions. File format must be Microsoft Word Document (doc, docx), ODF Text Document (odt), txt or HTML.
Rewards
The author whose work Darling and Collins select as the best will receive a 200 dollars prize, and publication on Darling & Collins.
Other high quality submissions will also be published.
Deadline
You may submit your stories until February 28th, 2017. Submissions received after this date will not be accepted.
Start planning, start writing! We can’t wait to see what you create.
http://darlingandcollins.com/fantasy-sh ... y-contest/
  





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Mon Nov 07, 2016 1:08 am
Rosendorn says...



You say published "on". Where, exactly, do you plan on publishing, and what sort of promotion will you do for writers who win?

Also, how will you handle contracts with minors?
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