The Wells Festival of Literature Opportunity

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The Wells Festival of Literature Opportunity

The Wells Festival of Literature Opportunity

The Wells Festival of Literature opportunity which is an International competition with

entries submission arriving from all over the world is here again.

Note: The Prizes for all four competitions will be presented on

Monday 18 October 2021 during the Festival and All entries must be in English.

Note: At the time of entry, the work submitted must not have been entered

into any other competition and must not have been published in any format or location.

The Wells Festival of Literature Opportunity has four categories:

  1. Poems may be on any subject.
  2. Poems must not exceed 35 lines in length
  1. Stories may be on any subject.
  2. Stories should be between 1,000 and 2,000 words in length.

The Book for Children Competition

  1. Stories entered in this category should be aimed at readers aged 7+
  2. You may submit either the first two chapters or first twenty pages, whichever is the shortest, together with the synopsis of up to two pages and
  3. the age range of the book specified.

The Young Poets Competition

  1. Entrants to the Young Poets Competition must be aged 16 to 22 inclusive.
  2. Poems may be on any subject.
  3. Poems must not exceed 35 lines in length.

The competition Submissions open:
1 April 2021

The competition close:
30 June 2021

Criteria
The Wells Festival of Literature’s competitions is open to anyone regaardless of origin.

Entry fees
Open Poetry Competition – £6 per entry
Short Story Competition – £6 per entry
Book for Children Competition – £6 per entry
Young Poets Competition – £3 per entry (Competitors may submit only one entry)

Prizes to be won in The Wells Festival of Literature Opportunity:

Open Poetry Competition

First prize: £1000
Second prize: £500
Third prize: £250

Short Story Competition

First prize: £750
Second prize: £300
Third prize: £200

Book for Children Competition

First prize: £750
Second prize: £300
Third prize: £200

Young Poets Competition

First prize: £150
Second prize: £75
Third prize: £50

Competition website
visit the official competition website.

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Isaacoed Buchi Jamie

Isaacoed Buchi Jamie

Isaacoed Buchi Jamie is a content writer, entrepreneur, and founder of Be first African Initiative, a non-profit organization based in Abuja, Nigeria which focuses on harnessing the strength and potentials of young minds for the purpose of transforming them to be an agent of positive change and impact. He is a Healthcare service professional, and an Experienced Electrocardiograph Technician with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital, health care industry, and non-profit Organisations. He is Skilled in Personal & identity Branding, Personal Development, Organizational Leadership, Fiction & Creative Writing, and Website Development. Also Focused on Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/Physiological Procedures.

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