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The Archives are hosting a weekend of creative writing workshops, talks and readings on Friday 11 & Saturday 12 April 2014.
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The winning playwrights in each category will be awarded a cash prize of £1,000, and will travel to London to see their play headline the International Festival of Playwriting and Performance, which will take place in May 2014.
The best plays entered into the competition will be published in a collection with international distribution.
Senior Commissioning Editor, Rachel Petty, represents the UK on the Swoon Reads board.