Caribbean Short Story Competition 2009/2010 (Trinidad)

Caribbean Short Story Competition 2009/2010 by Caribbean-based publisher Potbake Productions, is offering one overall winner US $ 250 and publication in their anthology for their unpublished short story. 16 other winners will also have their work published in a short story book collection in November 2010 along with a free copy.

Deadline: Tuesday, August 31st 2010

Submission Guidelines

  • Entrants must be citizens of the Caribbean. (Seawoman LIKES THIS!!)
  • Entrants must be greater than or equal to 13 years of age.
  • A maximum of 2 entries per entrant.
  • Stories must be a minimum of 2,500 words but no greater than 3,000 words. Other entries will not be considered.
  • Stories must be original works, having never been featured in any other publication, newspaper, magazine or otherwise.
  • Submissions must be in MS WORD or PDF format and must include the word count, author’s name and contact information
  • Entries submitted after Tuesday, 31st August 2010, will not be considered.
  • Entries can be sent via hard (see address below) or soft copy
    • Email: Subject line must be: “CSSC.2009/2010”.

Rights: The authors will retain the copyright for their stories. Potbake Productions will retain distribution rights for the top 17 stories

Full guidelines are HERE!


Potbake Productions
#3, Third Street West
Beaulieu Avenue
West Indies

Telephone: (868)640-3724
Mobile: (868)487-9115
Fax: (868)640-3724

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