Wilkie Martin - Surviving Publication


Author of the unhuman series of addictive comedy cozy mysteries set in the Cotswolds. This documents my encounters with publishing and includes things I hope will be useful later. It also covers some local writing competitions and reviews some writing events.

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Graffiti Magazine Flash Fiction And Poetry Competition - Closes 31 May 2017

Graffiti Magazine is produced by members of my writing group, Catchword. I used to keep a page on my website where I included details of some local #writing #competitions, including those in Graffiti Magazine, but since my website was redesigned this page has gone. So here are details of the latest competition. I am not involved in running it, and although I do occasionally act as a judge, I am not the judge on this one. If entering please send entries to the postal address given.

Graffiti Magazine Issue 21 Cover



FLASH FICTION COMPETITION
- Closing Date 31 May 2017

1. Closing date 31 May 2017. Entries must be in English and be the writer’s own unpublished work. They must not be on offer for publication or entered in any other current competition.
3. Maximum length 500 words.
4. Each piece of work, with its title, must be in clear type on one side of A4 sheet(s).
5. The name and address of the writer and the titles of all entries should be typed on a separate sheet of A4 paper.
6. The prize-winner will be notified by post, if SAE provided, or by email if email address is provided.
7. Entries are only accepted by post. Please keep a copy of your work, as entries will not be returned.
8. The fee is £3 per story. Cheques/Postal Orders in sterling only, should be made payable to:
Catchword Writing Group
9. All entries that arrive on time will be considered by the adjudicator, whose decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into concerning the result.
10. Competitors wishing to be informed of the results should enclose an SAE marked ‘Results’ or provide an email address.
Send entries to:
Graffiti Magazine Writing Competition
C/o 33 Sandford Leaze
Avening
Glos
GL8 8PB
United Kingdom
Prize: £50 The winning entry and short listed stories will be published in Graffiti magazine.

NEW POETRY COMPETITION
- Closing Date 31 May 2017

The challenge is to write a sonnet, which may be on any theme you care to choose. 
1. Closing date 31 May 2017. Entries must be in English and be the writer’s own unpublished work. They must not be on offer for publication or entered in any other current competition.
3. Maximum and minimum length 14 lines.
4. Each piece of work, with its title, must be in clear type on one side of A4 sheet(s).
5. The name and address of the writer and the titles of all entries should be typed on a separate sheet of A4 paper.
6. The prize-winner will be notified by post, if SAE provided, or by email if email address is provided.
7. Entries are only accepted by post. Please keep a copy of your work, as entries will not be returned.
8. The fee is £3 per story. Cheques/Postal Orders in sterling only, should be made payable to:
Catchword Writing Group
9. All entries that arrive on time will be considered by the adjudicator, whose decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into concerning the result.
10. Competitors wishing to be informed of the results should enclose an SAE marked ‘Results’ or provide an email address.
Send entries to:
Graffiti Magazine Writing Competition
C/o 33 Sandford Leaze
Avening
Glos
GL8 8PB
United Kingdom
Prize: £50 The winning entry and short listed poems will be published in Graffiti magazine.

Contact Graffiti Magazine

To contact Graffiti Magazine: graffiti.magazine@yahoo.co.uk
See Graffiti Magazine on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rona.laycock.5
 

You can subscribe to Graffiti.

Postal subscriptions in the UK:
Single issue £3.50 (inc postage)
Cheques/postal order made payable to Catchword Writing Group to competition address as above.
Overseas subscription details on application : graffiti.magazine@yahoo.co.uk

 Don't forget to note the competition address above and send entries there and not to me.