18th June 2009 05:42 AM David Allen In a collaboration between SciFiNow, Tor UK and Play.com the “War of the Words” writing competition has been born to give an unpublished writer of Sci-Fi the opportunity to see their work published by a well known publisher. scifinow.co.uk/news/war-of-the-words-goes-global/ The competition is open to anyone; location is not a factor, although a well thought out piece of Sci-Fi fiction is. Details of how to enter can be found here: scifinow.co.uk/competitions/war-of-the-words-rules-and-regulations/ The Details: To be eligible, initial entries must comprise of a full synopsis and the first three chapters of a novel set in the fantasy or science fiction genre. There must be a novel completed and available for review by 20 August 2009 should the judging panel request to see the full novel. Entrants will not be put forward to the shortlist without a full novel. The synopsis and first three chapters should be double spaced and emailed to: email@example.com to be received by SciFi Now Magazine at Imagine Publishing Limited on or before the closing date of 20 August 2009 17:30 GMT. Good Luck!