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Events « 3-Day Novel Contest

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Snowmen by Mark Sedore

One great way to recover from the rigours of the 3-Day Novel Contest is to get a taste of the kind of fiction that can be conceived during the marathon—and one such opportunity is coming up in Toronto.

Details:
Wednesday, Sept. 14, 8pm - 11pm
152 Augusta Avenue, Toronto []

It’s a great opportunity to meet with a fellow contest survivor, so come on down!

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Monday, July 18th, 2011

Terroryaki!

Details:
Sunday, Aug. 28, 2pm - 4pm
1521 Tenth Avenue, Seattle []

Free admission


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Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

Fresh Ink Writers Conference

Jason Rapczynski reading
10:15 a.m., the Reading Room
Fresh Ink Writers Conference
750 Chase Parkway, Waterbury, CT

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Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

The Fugitives

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Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

WOTS Vancouver

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Saturday, August 21st, 2010

Kafka's Coffee

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09-12-2011

News « 3-Day Novel Contest

Youngest 2010 participant: 9Youngest-ever participant: 9 (now participating for her 3rd year at 11 years old)Oldest-known returning entrants: 86 and 88 Earliest year of previous entry for a returning participant: 1981Minimum number of former shortlisters returning: 31. 3DN 2011 is many months away, so we’ve looked up a few interesting writing contests and calls for submissions to keep your literary skills sharp until next Labour Day.


09-12-2011

Press « 3-Day Novel Contest

Through his sparse, economical writing and keen ear for believable dialogue, Sedore unerringly pulls the reader in, making us care about the three main players in the book. Jake Wallis Simons, an entrant in the 33rd Annual International 3-Day Novel Contest and the author of, has written an account of his creative ordeal for the London Times. You’ll wish a mysterious teriyaki food truck circled your neighbourhood, too.”—Broken Pencil magazine.


09-12-2011

News « 3-Day Novel Contest - NEWS

The 34th Annual 3-Day Novel Contest is many weeks past, and while hundreds of literary marathoners may have recovered from finger strain, the eye strain is only just beginning for our panel of intrepid judges. Update, for to those who wrote in: This is a completely unscientific number, and goes on the assumption that most entrants did produce something, even if they didn’t submit it.