It’s our second day announcing our Fresher Writing Prize 2018 winners! Today we look at the glorious poetry category, who this year put the monster theme to the test. Our judge, who had the difficult task of choosing one winner, was award-winning poet Antony Dunn! He has come to a decision and the winner for the 2018 Poetry category is… View Post
The winner of the Fresher Writing Prize for short story has been announced. Our judge, author Claire Fuller, had a lot of amazing short story entries to sift through over the last few months, but she did finally come to a final decision on her favourite monster story! The Fresher Writing Prize 2018 winner for the Short Story category is…… View Post
Thank you for all the fantastic monster entries from those children aged 11 and under. Some truly wonderful stories were entered, which made the decision even harder for our judges! But a shortlist has been concocted, so a huge congratulations to: Year 3 and 4 The Monster that ate the Moon by Lucas Aldous The Evil Guitar by James Davie… View Post
Thank you to everyone who entered this category, and congratulations to the following writers: Haverscroft by Sally Harris Idol of The Decadents by Matthew MacLachlan Moonlighting by Louise Van Wingerden Slaves of God by Peter Riddelsdell The Accidental Time Traveller by Sylvia Bluck The Legend of The Star Arrow by Grace Cullen Medusa’s Quest by Erini Loucaides Unfamiliar Problems by… View Post
Fresher Writing Prize Shortlist Short Story Category Thank you so much to all of you who entered our Monster-themed short story competition. Congratulations to the following writers for making the shortlist: A Night to Remember by Kirsty Bendter And We Dance by Stephanie Butcher Monsters by Kate High The Ghosts of the Night by Silva Chege The List by Grace… View Post
Gain some helpful tips from our very own Fresher Writing Prize judge, Claire Fuller, when it comes to writing Short Stories and Flash Fiction. Check out the two clips linked below, to gain some words of advice before submitting your work! All of us here at Fresher Publishing can’t wait to read your entries!