Bradford’s Hunt for Criminally Good Writers

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Budding teen authors have been taking part in Bradford’s new Creative Writing Competition.

The Future Talent Group, in association with QED-UK, launched the short story competition at the start of June for 14 to 17-year-olds, asking for entries around the theme ‘Private Eye’.

The judging panel includes the former head teacher and educational advisor, Michael Latham, and critically- acclaimed novelist, scriptwriter and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Qaisra Shahraz, and Telegraph & Argus content editor, David Barnett.

Watch this space to hear about the winning entries soon! Check out the coverage in the Telegraph and Argus.

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