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Founded by the Bridport Arts Centre in 1973, the status of the Bridport Prize has grown steadily, and it is now one of the of the most prestigious writing competitions in the English language, attracting thousands of entries from around the world.

Submissions are invited in the categories of Poetry, Short Stories and Flash Fiction.

This year the fiction prizes will be judged by Patrick Gale, whose novels include Rough Music and Notes from an Exhibition. His latest book, A Perfectly Good Man, is published this month.

The judge for the poetry prize is Gwyneth Lewis, author of eight collections of poetry, the latest of which is Sparrow Tree.

You can find  full details of how to enter, plus word limits and prizes, on the Bridport Prize website.

The closing date for submissions is 31st May 2012, so there’s still plenty of…

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