Read at the Fringe Literary Contest is on! This is an annual contest that Eden Mills holds for adult writers in Canada who are unpublished or moderately published (you can have a few published books but please contact them for more information).
There is a $20 fee to enter. There will be one winner selected in each category below, receiving $150 and an invitation to read their work in their online event series.
Your work will also be profiled in their newsletter, website and social media.
Judges include C.S. O’Cinneide, Eddy Boudel Tan, andrea bennett, Julia Zarankin, Jeremy Luke Hill and Lily Wang.
The Fringe contest categories are: – Fiction: 1500 words maximum, double spaced – Nonfiction: 2000 words maximum, double spaced – Poetry: Up to five poems, five pages maximum, single spaced
I hold a degree in screenwriting and I am currently working as a blogger and writer. I have worked in many industries including fashion, fitness and beauty. From owning a Pilates studio which was frequented by professional athletes and Hollywood celebrities to working with international fashion brands, I feel like I’ve done it all and I’m lucky to be able to draw on all of these rich experiences when it comes to my writing. My book, Tell Me What You See visual writing prompts for the wandering writer is is the fresh perspective writers and creatives have been looking for. As writers, we are always encouraged to show not tell and these exercises will teach participants how to see the world around them and examine the descriptive details in their own writing. I am currently working on a family memoir as well as a book of short stories based on my travels.
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