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Your submission can be a short story, an extract from a novel or the capturing of a moment. The main rule is that it needs to be EXACTLY 75 words long including the title. (All submissions are formatted as one paragraph - see the home page - so it helps if you submit that way.) Got a question? Click here .





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RULES, TERMS & CONDITIONS - 1) All submissions must be the author's own work. 2) All Paragraphs must be exactly 75 words. 3) The first few words are deeemed the title. 4) The spirit of Paragraph Planet does not allow rants, bullying, swearing or any form of abuse. 5) By submitting an entry, you are allowing Paragraph Planet.com to use your 75 words in any media (e.g digital, print, text message or radio, syndication) for an indefinite period. 6) There is no payment for submissions, but the author will always be credited, and your participation is greatly appreciated.

Paragraph Planet is a creative writing website which has been publishing one 75-word paragraph every day since November 2008. Famous authors, aspiring writers and occasional dabblers have all got involved, submitting a mixture of twist-in-the-tale flash fiction, evocative short, short fiction, openings of published novels or brief moments captured. Get involved here. You can read over 2000 examples in the archive section. There are also interviews with some of the published authors who have submitted to the site, as well as an authors page in which you can read an example paragraph from all authors who've submitted, and also link to dedicated pages with more info about regular contributors. There's also a Blog Directory of authors who've contributed to the site.

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