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One Book Many Brisbanes 2010: The Masterclass EditionHere's your chance to have your short story published in Brisbane City Council's One Book Many Brisbanes 6 anthology.
Brisbane City Council, in partnership with the Queensland Writers Centre, is offering an invaluable opportunity for 20 new and emerging writers.
20 winners will receive:
a place at a three day Masterclass
the opportunity to develop their story with established industry mentors
a publishing opportunity in the One Book Many Brisbanes 6 Anthology
a cash prize of $1000
Don't miss out - it could be you!
How to enter the One Book Many Brisbanes: Masterclass competition
Entries opened on 3 September 2010 and close at 5pm on Friday, 7 January 2011.
The 'One Book Many Brisbanes - Masterclass Competition' brochure contains full details of the competition and the conditions of entry.
One Book Many Brisbanes 2010: Masterclass competition - application and conditions (PDF 1.4Mb*)
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Brochures are also available from any Brisbane City Council library,
Applications must include:
an applicant profile of no more than 300 words which demonstrates your commitment, passion for writing and writing experience
a story of no more than 2500 words which will be clearly set in 'Brisbane' or have a theme of 'Brisbane'
Published and unpublished authors are invited to enter.
Entries can be submitted either:
in person to the Brisbane City Customer Service Centre; or
by mailing to:
One Book Many Brisbanes
Brisbane City Council
Locked Bag 2006
South Brisbane Qld 4101
Develop your story with the support of industry mentors during the Queensland Writers Centre three day Masterclass.
The Masterclass will be held at Brisbane Square library on 11, 12 and 13 February 2011. Successful applicants must be available to attend all three days of the Masterclass and will have the opportunity to develop their story with the support of industry mentors for inclusion in the anthology.
Successful applicants will be required to submit their completed short story within one week of the completion of the Masterclass.
An independent panel will be assessing the applications in January 2011.
The panel members are:
Previous competitionsBe inspired by our previous One Book Many Brisbanes Anthology winners.