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  • Book Blogger Aims to Raise £1,000 for Dyslexia Action with 24-Hour Charity Readathon and Giveaway

    Book Blogger Aims to Raise £1,000 for Dyslexia Action with 24-Hour Charity Readathon and Giveaway.

    Exclusive prizes to be won!

  • Special British Library Event: Graham Swift Talks with Erica Wagner

    Venue: British Library Conference Centre, British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB

  • The Reader Berlin 2014 Short Story Competition
    Deadline: 31st December 2014
  • Collins English Dictionary discount.

    Collins has a special offer for SoA members, allowing them to pre-order the forthcoming Collins English Dictionary (launching on 23 October) at a £15 discount. The offer is available until 30 November, and the code can be found in the Members' Benefits area. (You must be logged in to view the discount code.)

  • Call for Applications - Writer/Storyteller-In-Residence

    A professional writer and/or storyteller is sought for the position of Writer/Storyteller‑in‑Residence at the University of Manitoba's Centre for Creative Writing and Oral Culture.

  • The Mogford Prize for Food and Drink Writing, 2015

    FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival announces the third annual short story competition in association with Oxford Gastronomica - The Mogford Prize for Food and Drink Writing, 2015.

    First Prize £7,500

    Deadline: Thursday 1 January 2015

  • Writers' and Artists' Yearbook 2015 Short Story Competition

    Deadline: Sunday 15 February 2015

  • Introducing: The National Conversation

    Venue: Writers’ Centre Norwich

  • Call for Authors - Pen & Sword WW1 Series

    Pen & Sword History Books is seeking historians/authors to write for a new series to commemorate the 100th anniversary of WW1 – CITIES & TOWNS in the GREAT WAR. Already, 80 titles have been commissioned and are in various stages of production.

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