Three-Day Novel Writing Contest

THREE-DAY NOVEL WRITING CONTEST is an annual event occurring on the Labour Day holiday weekend in September. Entrants must compose an entire novel during a 72-hour period and the winning entry is published. The contest was launched in 1978 by Pulp Press (now ARSENAL PULP PRESS), a VANCOUVER literary publisher, after the idea was hatched in a hotel beer parlour by Stephen Osborne, founder of the press; William Hoffer, an antiquarian bookseller; and 3 other writers, Mary Beth Knechtel, Laura...

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