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British Fantasy Society short story competition

Do you write fantasy, SF, horror or related genre short fiction?

The British Fantasy Society is again running its short story competition and this is now open for submissions through until 30 June 2013. As last year, entries will be judged by prize-winning anthologist and author Allen Ashley.

You do not have to be a member of the BFS to enter but members do have one free entry, all other entries cost £5. Non-UK submissions can be paid via PayPal. Stories must be original, not previously published and genre-related (though this is broadly defined), up to a limit of 5,000 words.
Click here for the full rules and submission criteria.

There are prizes for three winners:
1st prize: £100, a year’s membership of the BFS, and publication in the BFS Journal
2nd prize: £50, a year’s membership of the BFS, and publication in the BFS Journal
3rd prize: £20, and publication in the BFS Journal

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