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Are Writing Contests Worth the Fees? 

I’ve shared this information before, but it’s always good to review. Here’s a great post on the topic from Valerie Biel.

Thanks Valerie!

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We all want a shiny gold sticker for our cover! With more and more writing contests popping up every day, it’s important to determine which ones are reputable, whether entry fees are acceptable, and how to spot dangerous terms that infringe on your copyright. To watch a video version of this blog click below:

Source: Are Writing Contests Worth the Fees? | Valerie Biel

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Submissions | Midwest Review

Do you have a short piece of fiction or non-fiction (up to 6,500 words), poetry (1-5 poems) or black and white photography (1-5 images) that “examines, interprets, and redefines the full spectrum of life, past and present, in the Midwest” then the new Midwest Review writing contest might be for you. Entry fee is a tolerable $15, with a $500 cash price in each category possible and publication in Midwest Review.

Deadline is December 1.

Thought you might like to know.

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Midwest Review seeks writing and visual art that examines, interprets, and redefines the full spectrum of life, past and present, in the Midwest.

Source: Submissions | Midwest Review