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Competitions Results

 

Short Stories January 2011

 

1st Prize

 

Edgar Doily at the Point

by Douglas Bruton

 

2nd Prize

 

Between Men

by Mary Byrne

 

3rd Prize

 

Run Boy Run

by Alison Lock

 

Poetry January 2011

 

1st Prize

 

The Over-abundant Woman

by Cass Iskandr

 

2nd Prize

 

Johnny, Be Good 

by Al McClimens

 

3rd Prize

 

A Space

by E.K Wall

COMPETITIONS

CURRENT COMPETITIONS

 

PAST COMPETITIONS


JUDGES' REPORTS


 

Sentinel Literary Quarterly Short Story Competition

April 2011

Deadline: 20th March 2011

First Prize 150, Second Prize 60, Third Prize 40

Entry Fees 3/12, 2/9, 1/5

Judge: Jude Dibia

Now accepting entries>


Sentinel Literary Quarterly Poetry Competition

April 2011

Deadline: 20th March 2011

First Prize 150, Second Prize 60, Third Prize 40

Entry Fees 5/12, 3/9, 2/6, 1/3

Judge: Andy Willoughby

Now accepting entries>


 

Started in July 2009, Sentinel Literary Quarterly Competitions are scheduled to hold on an on-going basis, (in January, April, July and October), to reward creative excellence with literary honour and cash prizes. The competitions in fiction and poetry are not free to enter. The prize money is generated from the entry fees, and after all prizes have been paid, if there is anything left, it goes to help keep the Sentinel Literary Quarterly in publication, and free-to-read.


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