Christian Adult fiction Writing Contest
The following contest descriptions and rules are for 2014. This page will be updated for the 2015 contests in the near future. Stay tuned.
We are happy to announce that our 2014 contests (there's three of them) are open. The contests and the contest banquet is one of the highlights of BRMCWC year. Last year was the best yet and we're hoping 2014 will be even better.
Below are guidelines for this year's contest. Be sure to take a good look at them. We've changed a few small things.
This material will also be posted on a contest page today for future reference.
Also, most of the fees collected for the contest go to our Scholarship Fund.
Okay, the BR2014 leadership team is ready. Amaze us!
Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference Contests Rules and Guidelines
Unpublished Author Contest is now closed.
Welcome to our BRMCWC contest. A few of the rules have changed slightly, so be sure to read the following carefully.
We have three contests: 1) Unpublished Writers, 2) Director's Choice, and 3) The Selah Book of the Year Awards.
Here are details for the 2014 Christian Writers Contest and Manuscript Critiques
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS CHRISTIAN WRITERS CONFERENCE CONTEST for UNPUBLISHED WRITERS
Note: You must be registered for the entire conference in order to compete in this contest.
FEE: $25 for each submission.
SUBMISSION: When e-mailing your CONTEST ENTRY, please place in the subject line: BRMCWC CONTEST ENTRY and e-mail to BlueRidgeCWC@aol.com. Contests are separate from the critique service. You may enter a copy of the same manuscript for critique (please see our critique page). Only contest entries are to be e-mailed to Eva Marie Everson. Please mail your $25 check payable to "Gansky Communications" with “BRMCWC contest” in the “for” line to Alton Gansky, 4721 W. Princeton Avenue, Fresno, CA 93722.
CONTEST GUIDELINES & RULES:
If you have been paid for your writing in any publication category, then you are ineligible for this contest in that category. (For example, if a publication paid you for a devotion, then you may not enter the contest in the devotion category, but you may enter in a different category.)
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