SHORT STORY COM­PE­TI­TION

ENTER THE COUN­TRY STYLE SHORT STORY COM­PE­TI­TION FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN.

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It’s your last chance to enter our an­nual writ­ing com­pe­ti­tion and be in the run­ning to win $5000!

HAVE A STORY to tell? Try your hand at pen­ning a master­piece and sub­mit it to the Coun­try Style Short Story Com­pe­ti­tion for the op­por­tu­nity to see your work in print and win a sub­stan­tial prize of $5000. Our com­pe­ti­tion has at­tracted many en­tries over the years, some from experienced writ­ers, others from first-timers who sur­prise them­selves with their lit­er­ary tal­ent. When it comes to judg­ing, all are equal. Your story can in­volve any sit­u­a­tion or setting, but must in­cor­po­rate ‘light’ as a ma­jor or mi­nor theme in ei­ther a fig­u­ra­tive or lit­eral sense. We look for­ward to your imag­i­na­tive re­sponse — time to start writ­ing! PRIZE The win­ning en­trant will re­ceive $5000. TO ENTER Mail your story, along with your full name, ad­dress and day­time tele­phone num­ber, to STORY, Coun­try Style, Locked Bag 5030, Alexan­dria, NSW 2015. Al­ter­na­tively, visit home­life.com.au, reg­is­ter your details and sub­mit your story as a PDF or word doc­u­ment to enter. The en­tries, which will not be re­turned, must be no longer than 1500 words and can­not have been published pre­vi­ously. Please use a 10-point font with 1.5 line spac­ing. Author’s name, ad­dress, tele­phone num­ber and email ad­dress must be sub­mit­ted on a sep­a­rate page. The clos­ing date is April 19, 2017.

En­tries open at 09:00 AEDT on 22.12.2016 and close at 23:59 AEST on 19.04.2017. Aus­tralian res­i­dents aged 18 years and over only. Win­ner de­ter­mined at 10:00 AEST on 19.06.2017 at Level 1, 2 Holt Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010. The win­ner will be an­nounced and their story published in the Au­gust 2017 is­sue of Coun­try Style, on sale 13.07.2017. To­tal prize pool val­ued at $5000. Full terms and con­di­tions avail­able at home­life.com.au.

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