Tag Archives: short story contest

How to terrify your way to a hundred dollars prize!

babelDo you like writing horror — spooking people?

Or a thriller?

Here is a contest that allows you to create those shivers down the spine with terrifying, horrifying tales from the worst of your nightmares or surrealistic fantasies.

The contest ends January 30th, 2020. Read more

Writers from Malaysia and Bulgaria win the Long Way Home story contest

 The two winners of Long Way Home  –  Asia-Europe Short Story Contest are Leroy Luar from Malaysia (Asian winner) and Yordan Radichkov from Bulgaria (European winner).

The winning entries were Luar’s short story, The Evidence of Us, and Container by Radichkov.

The two winners have won S$1000, plus flights and accommodation to attend the Ubud Readers and Writers Festival 2013 in Bali.

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Call for stories: Ubud

The Ubud Writers & Readers Festival is partnering with the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) to launch its first online short story contest, Long Way Home, via the culture360.org platform.

This initiative seeks to reinforce Asia-Europe exchanges and deepen mutual understanding between cultural communities in the two regions through creative storytelling based on travel experiences.

The online contest aims to support emerging writers from ASEM member countries and unveil new talents in the literary field from both regions. In August, ten contestants will be shortlisted by renowned literary judges after which one Australasian and one European winner will be chosen by members of the public on culture360.org.

Awards include individual cash prizes of SGD 1000 each as well as travel and accommodation to attend the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival in October 2013.

Deadline: 3 August 2013

More details here