Friday, 27 March 2015

What matters?

For this competition you're asked to write a first person piece which, although not autobiographical, is about something which is close to your heart. The prize is £200.

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    1. I don't know, Alex - that comment was flawless.

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  2. I will check out this competition. I enjoy writing first person.

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  3. I need a new keyboard like that. Half the letters are worn off mine.

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    1. You must have been working it hard, Mac.

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  4. The closing date is a long way off so plenty of time to put some ideas together. Thanks, Patsy.

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    1. Yep - actually managed to give you some notice this time, Keith!

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  5. Thanks for this one, Patsy. This competition begs the question, though, what is autobiographical and what is not? Where do you draw the line?

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    1. I suspect a lot of fiction is speculatively autobiographical, Charlie - our characters behave as we might if in their situation.

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  6. Thanks, Patsy. That sounds really interesting. The mind is buzzing :) Hope you are well!

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    1. I'm fine thanks, Nicola. A bit windswept though!

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  7. Thanks for the link. Maybe I'll send them something. Nice rose on the keyboard pic.

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