Founded by the world-renowned BBC Aeronautics Correspondent Reg Turnill and his wife, Margaret, to celebrate the life and works of HG Wells and encourage creative writing, especially among the young, the prestigious HG Wells Short Story Competition offers generous Senior and Junior prizes and free publication of all shortlisted entries in a quality, professionally published anthology.
Available now, Light contains twenty of the best short stories on the theme of Light selected by the judges from a large entry for the 2017 H.G. Wells Short Story Competition.
The H G Wells Short Story Competition are delighted to present a free PDF collection of the three award winning stories from our 2017 competition, “Venus Rising”, “When the Call Comes” and “Alone into the Alone”.
We are very pleased to announce that the Margaret and Reg Turnill Prize of £1000 was won by Hazel Atkinson …
We are delighted to announce our two shortlists for the prestigious H G Wells Short Story Competition 2017. We have …
The H G Wells Short Story Competition Awards ceremony will be held on Sunday 19 November at The Grand, Folkestone. …
There will be a supplementary free creative writing / short story writing workshop on Saturday 20 May 10 to 12 noon at The Grand, The Leas, Folkestone CT20 2XL.
If you would like to attend, please contact Barbara Pybus on firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a free creative writing / short story writing workshop on Saturday 6 May 10 to 12 noon at The Grand, The Leas, Folkestone CT20 2XL.
This session is currently full unless people drop out, but if you would like to be added to the waiting list, please contact Barbara Pybus on email@example.com.
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Finishing Line Press are proud to announce the publication of Strange Roof by Catherine Higgins-Moore. This is the latest installment of the New Women’s Voices Series.
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As soon as I step into the kitchen, I can see that something tragic has happened. Something that will change us forever. Mother sits, hunched, at the table; her face is frozen in a grotesque contortion, her lips pressed together so that they are barely visible, her eyes dull with anguish, her nose and cheeks scrunched up as though she is in agony.