Rules of entry - Caribbean Intelligence Short Story Competition
So you want to write a short story which reflects Caribbean life?
Well, here’s your chance to take part in Caribbean Intelligence’s NEW WRITING CLUB and have your work published on the pages of Caribbean Intelligence©.
HOW TO ENTER
- Eligibility – Entry is open to anyone over the age of 18 and the work must be the original and unpublished work of the entrant which is not currently submitted elsewhere for publication. Each entry must be accompanied by a fully completed entry form. Entry forms available from NewWriters@caribbeanintelligence.com.
- You are allowed one entry per person.
- This competition is not open to direct relatives of the editorial advisory board of Caribbean Intelligence©.
- There is no entry fee for this competition. Should anyone request an entry fee from you, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Entries must be as a word document format and in double line spacing and font size twelve, non italics and either in Times New Roman or Arial.
- Competition judges will be appointed by the Literary Advisory Board of Caribbean Intelligence in conjunction with the Managing Editor, Caribbean Intelligence. Their decision will be final with no correspondence entered into.
- Shortlisted entries will be notified within three months of the closing date after which unplaced entries may be submitted elsewhere for publication.
- Authors of the winning stories will retain the copyright on their work to these stories but are required to publish them first on the website of Caribbean Intelligence.
- The winning entrant/s must supply a photograph for use on the Caribbean Intelligence website.
For any further details or questions about the rules of the NEW WRITERS CLUB, please email email@example.com.