B & A Fiction Contest
Deadline: March 11, 1998
Eligibility: Any genre. Previously unpublished. Entrants may be any age. Story must be 2,500 words or less.
Value: The Humber School for Writers Prize - Writing course, value up to $1,000
The Random House/Knopf/Vintage Canada Prize - Books, value $1,000
The Chapters Prize - Gift Certificates, value $1,000
The Marketron Notebooks Plus Prize - Sharp PC 3000 Personal Computer, value $500
The B & A Prize - $750 cash
Contact: Tim Paleczny
Box 702, Stn. P
Toronto, ON M5S 2Y4
Further Details: There is a fee of $20 per story ($20 U.S. for entries from outside of Canada). Name, address, phone number and story titles must appear on a separate page. Entrants will receive or extend a one-year subscription to B & A New Fiction for each story submitted. The five winning stories will be published in the Summer issue, B & A #31, June 1998.
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