Contest limits words, not imagination

What do Charles Dickens, J.K. Rowling, Mark Twain, Jane Austen, James Joyce and Virginia Woolf have in common?
Yes, they’re some of the greatest storytellers ever and their books have sold millions of copies. And, yes, their works have stood—and will continue to stand—the test of time.
Literary lions though they may be, none of these famed authors were ever named winner of the Acorn Newspapers’ Fiction in a Nutshell contest, the popular storytelling challenge for which writers submit a complete ...

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