The 2015 Brighton Prize Short Story Competition is Now Open

The Brighton Prize 2015 is now open until July 7th. The short story competition has a £700 prize fund and the chance to perform to a live audience.

The competition will be judged by best-selling crime thriller novelist Peter James.

The competition aims to find the best story for a live audience.

Submit stories between 1,000-2,000 words. Any subject or genre.  The winning entry and two runners up will be performed at an awards show this November.

The winner will also receive £500 and the runners up £100 each. Shortlisted writers will be offered publication.

Anyone over the age of 18 can enter. The entry fee is £6.

You can find out more about The Brighton Prize here.

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