WRIT­ING COM­PE­TI­TION

So you think you’ve got what it takes to write for ELLE mag­a­zine? Then start typ­ing. In 2017, there’s never been a better time for the next gen­er­a­tion of women to make their voices heard

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We’re on the look­out for fiction’s next su­per­star. Here at ELLE, we think emerg­ing tal­ent de­serves all the sup­port it can get, and we have a real soft spot for a great sto­ry­teller. So, we want you to show us your best work of fiction. If your dream in­volves be­ing the next Jane Harper, Liane Mo­ri­arty or Zoë Foster Blake (who just hap­pens to be one of our judges), now is the time to get started.

OVER TO YOU Write a 4,000-word short story on the topic of your choice. Where you choose to take it is up to you. Fall in love, rule the coun­try or walk a day in Bey­oncé’s shoes. The aim is to move the judges, whether they laugh, cry (or cringe). Dead­line for en­tries is Novem­ber 3, so if you’ve got a story to tell, go on and get telling it. Visit Elle.com.au/write-to-win for full de­tails on how to en­ter.

The win­ning fiction will be pub­lished in the Jan­uary is­sue of ELLE, and the au­thor awarded a $5,000 prize. Two run­ners-up will re­ceive a prize pack of re­cent re­leases from Ha­chette Aus­tralia worth $200.

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