Thanks to Bridget for letting us know about this 😀
This competition is truly international as entries are accepted in four languages: English, Spanish, Arabic and Hebrew.
The winner of the contest administered by the Museum of Words in Madrid on behalf of The César Egido Serrano Foundation will receive US$20,000, with three runners-up each receiving $1000.
And it is free to enter.
And everyone can submit two entries.
The slogan for this year’s contest is ‘The Word, bridging the gap between different cultures and religion’ but there are no subject or genre restrictions. The story has to be unpublished in any medium (including blogs) and 100 words or less.
With such a generous prize, the contest is extremely popular with writers. Last year it attracted 35,609 entries from writers in 149 countries. Don’t let that put you off though. If you enter and don’t win, you still have a story that you didn’t have before; a story you’ve…
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