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WIN A SIX MONTH FREELANCE MARKET NEWS SUBSCRIPTION!

As a final flourish to the Writers Bureau Short Story Competition Winners Event 2011 we are offering one lucky winner a six month subscription to Freelance Market News.

This essential guide has been helping writers, new and established, to increase their acceptance rate for over 40 years! It contains:

  • New Markets – details of UK and overseas markets
  • Competition News – the latest prose and poetry competitions for you to enter
  • Drop Us A Line – a letters page for you to express your views and win £10 in cash for your effort
  • Market Notes and Overseas Market – detailing publications looking for submissions, those that do not need submissions and those that are now defunct
  • Expert Advice – learn from those in the know
  • Editorial Changes – who’s left and who’s arrived

 

plus much more.

How to Enter
To be in with a chance of winning have a nosey around our website and tell us how many courses we currently have on offer. Send your answers to draw@writersbureau.com by 3rd October 2011 with Trivia Question in the subject line to be entered into the draw.

Prize Draw Rules:

  • Winners will be chosen at random from a list of correct entries received before the closing date on 3rd October 2011.
  • The judges’ decision is final
  • No correspondence will be entered into
  • No cash alternative will be offered
  • Prizes are non-negotiable
  • Entries received after the closing date will not be considered
  • Prize winners will be notified by email
  • Details of winners will be published on our website and with links on Facebook and Twitter on 5th October
  • No purchase necessary

 

Further details about Freelance Market News can be found here: http://www.freelancemarketnews.com/

 
 

Theresa Gooda Writers Bureau's Student of the Year 2021

“I began my first Writers Bureau course (Comprehensive Creative Writing) in 2007. Having more than covered the course fees from published pieces I have never looked back. Initially my ambitions were to get going. I knew I wanted to be a writer, I just didn’t know how to go about it, or, if I’m honest, quite what I wanted to write. Since, I have gradually blended a teaching career with writing, first with articles and short stories, then increasing the writing commitment dramatically when I secured an agent in 2016 to ghostwrite a series of memoirs. This year I have undertaken The Art of Writing Poetry course to really hone my skills in what I now realise is a genre I love - and have already had my first poems published.”

Theresa Gooda - Writers Bureau Student of the Year 2021

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The Writers Bureau Comprehensive Creative Writing Course

The Writers Bureau
Comprehensive Creative Writing Course


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