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  • Diolch for posting Phil

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    Comment by Ceri Shaw on December 27, 2013 at 12:51pm

    In which case yes.....creative non-fiction is ok

    Comment by Jennifer (aka Garan Gwyn) on December 27, 2013 at 12:36pm

    Well, no, not really...when it comes to creative non-fiction, which is my genre, the sky is the limit.  LOL  The story I submitted at the first Eisteddfod was creative non-fiction.  But it can be very different than that also.  It can be in a story format, only be a true story, just "enhanced"...hmmm...well, take Harrison Solow's "Bendithion".  Outstanding Creative Non-Fiction.

    Comment by Ceri Shaw on December 27, 2013 at 12:11pm

    They should ideally be fiction....but I guess creative non-fiction would be ok. Can you give me a clearer idea of what you had in mind?

    Comment by Jennifer (aka Garan Gwyn) on December 27, 2013 at 10:00am

    I have one question.  It's not stated one way or the other, so I'm assuming the the genre is open to anything, but I wanted to make sure...can the stories be fiction, non-fiction, creative non-fiction, etc., etc., or is it limited to fiction?

    Thanks!

  • Diolch yn fawr Philip....we will shortly be inviting everyone who submitted to the 2014 West Coast Eisteddfod Poetry and Short Story competitions to resubmit their entries. We have complete records and the competiton will not be affected in any way by this pathetic act of vandalism

  • Shame about those damn hackers...some people like you Ceri and Gaabi are creative...others are destructive...I know which I would rather be....Phil BOZ Evans
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