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The Kate Nash Literary Agency is delighted to announce a competition open to all unrepresented writers. Submit a great 500-word opening to an adult novel, and you could win the opportunity to meet Kate Nash for lunch and an in-depth discussion of your writing.
* Entries must consist of an opening to a full-length adult novel. Work aimed at the childrens/YA market or non-fiction will not be considered.
* The entry must bear a title and be emailed to Kate Nash Literacy Agency with the word “Competition” in the email title. Entries without “Competition” in the email title will not be read.
* Prose should be pasted into the body of the email. Entries which include attachments will not be opened.
* Entrants must be located in the United Kingdom or be willing to travel to London.
* Entrants must include their real name, telephone number and postal address.
* Entrants may be previously published or unpublished but may not be currently represented by a literary agent.
* Entries must be exactly 500 words of prose, excluding title. If this means finishing mid-sentence, sobeit.
* Entries must be original work of the author. Entry into the competition grants no rights to the Kate Nash Literacy Agency over the work. Copyright remains with the author. Subject to agreement with the author, the entry or extracts of, may be published on this website.
* While the Kate Nash Literarcy Agency will take every care with entries, it can not be responsible for loss or damage.
* Winning entrants agree their name and entry title can be announced on this website.
* Entries will not be acknowleged and no individual feedback on entries will be given.
* Entries must be received by midnight on June 30th 2010.
* Entries will be judged by Kate Nash. The judge’s decision is entirely subjective and final.
* The winner(s) will be announced on this website.
* The winner will be invited to submit further work to the Kate Nash Literary Agency and to meet Kate Nash for lunch/afternoon tea in London (or other mutually convenient location) to discuss their work.