Republican Tales

No, it's not more porkies being told by the GOP, it's a short story competition being run by the Australian Republican Movement. Details below.

Entries close 6 November, and can be emailed in or posted to the ARM in Geebung (of Polo Club fame).
The ARM 2011 Third National Republican Short Story Competition is open and will close 6 November 2011

Entry: $11.99
Length: 2000-4000 words
First Prize: $500
Details at http://republicanfiction.blogspot.com
Email: fiction <asperand> republic.org.au

The theme for the Third National Republican Short Story Competition is 'Citizen or Subject'. Short stories will speculate on Australian republican futures. They don't have to be political thrillers or constitutional whodunits as long as they are an exploration of our future, our republican future.

Stories must be original and unpublished.

The 2011 judges are novelist Thomas Keneally, Professor John Warhurst (ANU) and Professor George Williams (UNSW).

Send entries to:
Australian Republican Movement
PO Box 87
Geebung Q 4034

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