Creative writing competitions free

We award prizes to both pupils and schools. Prizes vary from competition to competition, but include large cash prizes for schools and book tokens for pupils. Prizes are awarded once a competition has closed for that year, so winners are announced the following academic year. We have a ' section on our website: Parents do not have to buy a copy of the book their child is in to be published, and their child will still be in with a chance of winning a prize for themselves and their school as long as they are published. Copyright remains with the author.

Our website is now mobile responsive. We hope this will encourage more visitors to our site as our resources are now able to be viewed on the go. We currently receive in excess of 125, 000 unique visits to our website each month! We run weekly book giveaways on and, have a free monthly newsletter and a fun - we welcome feedback and suggestions on how our products and services can be improved. Should a parent or teacher have any questions or concerns we welcome their call/email - we have extended opening hours (8am-5.30pm) so it's easy to get in touch before or after work. We respond to emails daily and offer an excellent level of customer service.

To find out more about our editing process please read our A Day in the Life of A Young Writers' Editor blog post.

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Achiever | Noah Bunch wins writing contest  — The Courier-Journal
Achievement: Noah won first place in Kentucky's 2014 Letters About Literature writing contest for level 2, grades 7 and 8. He was the only local student to win an award this year.