£6k writing competition! Wowwwwww …!

PORTAL ENTERTAINMENT AND CIRCALIT ON THE SEARCH FOR THE WRITERS OF TOMORROW
£6K GLOBAL WRITING COMPETITION TO CREATE A STORYWORLD
www.circalit.com/projects/competitions/immersive

Portal Entertainment has announced a £6k global writing competition to
create a storyworld: that is, a story told using different types of media
across multiple platforms. The winner of the competition will receive £6k
to develop their storyworld with Portal Entertainment. The top 5 entries
will be given professional feedback from BBC Multiplatform Executive
Producer Sarah Clay (Becoming Human, Waterloo Reunited, E20). The deadline
for entries is 21st November. For more information please visit
www.circalit.com/projects/competitions/immersive.

CHANCE ENCOUNTERS: THE CIRCALIT FLASH FICTION COMPETITION
http://www.circalit.com/projects/competitions/hospital 

In partnership with London’s trendiest hangout for creatives, The Hospital
Club (www.thehospitalclub.com), and their poet-in-residence, the lyrical
prodigy Sabrina Mahfouz, Circalit are extremely pleased to announce a new
flash fiction writing competition. Writers are challenged to create a one
page story, of whatever genre they please, on the subject of ‘A Chance
Encounter’. Sabrina herself will be reading the winning story for an
exclusive video-recording and podcast, which will be available on the
hospital club website. The winning story will play in the club’s lifts and
video screens, and will be plastered up throughout the Hospital Club’s
halls for all its glitzy patrons, who include the likes of James Morrison,
Kate Moss and Jude Law, to read and enjoy. This is a great opportunity to
have your story exposed to a wide and varied creative audience in an
original way. The deadline for entries is 1st December. Visit
http://www.circalit.com/projects/competitions/hospital for more information.

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3 responses to “£6k writing competition! Wowwwwww …!

  1. Hi Sue,

    That sounds exciting! I love the idea of a storyworld, and it looks as if stories crossing media forms are at least part of the future.
    As long as it keeps readers reading!
    6K doesn’t sound bad either …..

    Juliet 🙂

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  2. Competitions are always good news. I’m laughing at the mention of Becoming Human. I was aware of the series ‘Being Human’, because I researched names in 2010 before I called my own work ‘Becoming Human’. Its name will either help me or hinder me!

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  3. Hi Sue. I was awarded a blog award recently and have been asked to pass onto other blogs I enjoy to read. I have picked yours not only because you are friendly and approachable, which is a great help to other people out there who want to ask for help but don’t know who to turn to, but also because if I ever want to know about the latest competitions, I just come here! You can read about the award here http://luciewheeler.blogspot.com/2011/11/liebster-blog-award.html

    Hope all is well xx

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