Short Story Contest about Paris,
sponsored by Paris Writers News
Open to all short fiction that has a link to Paris. Submit your story (maximum 5,000 words) by November 30, 2010.
First Prize: 200 euros. The 12 Best Stories about Paris will be published in paperback, e-book and POD in the fall of 2011.
Love, hate, desire, discovery, disappointment in the world’s most beautiful city – the contest is open to all themes, periods and approaches.
Published and unpublished authors are welcome. Entry fee: 10 euros.
Submit your story in an email. For specifics and updates, go to Paris Writers News.
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