If you’ve earned more than £300 from a short story don’t read on….

BRIDGET WHELAN writer

background-1747779_640Seriously, don’t.
Nottingham Writers Club Short Story Competition is not for you. It’s for anyone who’s thought: I don’t stand a chance because only experienced writers will win.
Nottingham Writers Club want to encourage new writers to ‘have a go’ so they are saying very clearly they don’t want to hear from professionals. And by professionals they mean anyone who has earned £300 or more from short story writing up to and including 2016.
Nothing fuzzy about that – no need to ponder, do I/don’t I fit in?
I like Nottingham Writers Club already. I like them even more because they will give a few lines of feedback on each entry.
That is gold dust.
That is what you pay mentors for and why you enrol in creative writing courses. Someone you don’t know and, even better, you won’t even have to meet face-t0-face, will give their opinion.  In other words, they…

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