For Creative Writers Everywhere…

Mini-Competition Reminder

Entries for the Positive Words April Mini-Competition need to be posted by Monday 30 April 2012.

The word this month is MAGIC.

For those new to the monthly mini-competitions, entrants need to write a poem in ten lines or less, or a short story in 100 words or less and include the word for the month – MAGIC. (The words for the rest of 2012 are listed under Competitions at the side)

Entry fee is $1.20 in unused stamps for Australian entrants or 2 x IRCs for International entrants. (If IRCs are a problem where you live, please email/contact me ( and we will arrange an alternative 🙂

The prize is a six-month subscription to Positive Words magazine – a monthly 24 page, A4 magazine featuring stort stories, poetry and articles from fellow writers, writing hints, daily topics and competition advice.

Entering is a great way for new writers to dip their toes in the water and get a feel for competitions, and for established writers to exercise their writing muscles. And, at this end, the stamps and IRCs help with the big postage bill to send out the magazine each month.

Thank you to all who have already sent their entries and to everyone considering an entry…or two 🙂

So…if a Magical idea pops into your head over the weekend…get it in the mail by Monday and you could be the next winner 🙂

Comments on: "Mini-Competition Reminder" (4)

  1. Thanks for the reminder! I wrote a draft earlier in the month but I’d forgotten all about it. Now I’ll make sure I get the finished product in on time…. 🙂

  2. If I joined in from UK, with an emailed contribution, could we sort out finances with PayPal?

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