Thank you on your persistence whereas I’ve been catching up with myself – life has bought in the best way, and I’m sorry for the delay in saying winners and getting their items revealed.
One of the tremendous thrilling issues I’ve been engaged on in the meantime is operating a winter writing course on Memoir with Oxford Writing Mentors, I hope you’ll excuse a fast plug earlier than we get on to different competitors information!
Oxford Writing Mentors – winter writing course
Saturday 3-Tuesday 6 December 2022
Worcester College, Oxford, UK
Tutors: Alison Light, Kate Kennedy, Tony Gray, Alice Little
The Oxford Writing Mentors winter course is for writers engaged on a memoir, together with private memoir drawing by yourself expertise, household memoir, or an account of another person’s life.Whether you’re writing for publication or simply for your self, over 4 days you can be inspired to advance your work-in-progress.
The course features a combination of workshops, talks, structured writing classes, and one-to-one mentoring that will help you progress along with your work. Participants will profit from particular person steerage from our tutors and suggestions from friends, all whereas immersed within the inspirational environment of Oxford.
More information and registration right here.
The final time you heard information from the Didcot Writers competitors I used to be saying the winners of our Jan-March competitors, Look Both Ways. You can see that announcement right here, and the successful items are quickly to be scheduled for publication on the location.
New announcement of winners!
Since then we had our April-June theme, Just One Word, the winners are:
Winner: The abjection of loneliness, by Kathryn Wills
Why use only one phrase when 300 and seventy six will do? by Caroline Prance
Twenty-Twenty Vision, by Kevin Hopson
Ring, Ringer, Ringing. Who got here first? by Rosalinda Ruiz Scarfuto
Just One Perfect Word, by NC Roseveare
Congratulations to all – I’ll get these scheduled to publish after the Look Both Ways set.
For our July-September theme, Stars, the items are with our Reader now and I’ll let after I hear again.
New competitors theme
Our theme for October-December is Haunted.
Whether your piece is about in a haunted home or contains a character haunted by their previous, whether or not your work is narrated by spirits – or spirits the reader away to a special aircraft, we look ahead to studying your entries! (We welcome entries in all genres – not simply ghost tales – and your piece will be set at any time of yr and doesn’t should be about Halloween or Christmas.)
Find out extra and browse full pointers right here.