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Register For the AutoCrit Community Writing Challenge!

STEP 1

Register for the challenge and join the AutoCrit Author Community on Facebook. (Facebook group is optional, but recommended.)

STEP 2

We’ll send writing prompts to provide inspiration and spur your creative side.

STEP 3

Check in by email or on Facebook for daily sessions and community support as we all write and edit our new short stories.

STEP 4

Win awesome prizes including AutoCrit memberships and Amazon gift cards in our prize draw!

Behold: The Grand Finale!

Get your own, limited-print collection featuring your short story.

At the end of the community challenge, our hand-picked AutoCrit jury will choose a winning selection of the short stories written, edited, and completed during the challenge period.

These stories will then be printed in a professional, single-run collection that we’ll ship to every author featured inside.

This collection will never be printed again, nor made publicly available by AutoCrit. All featured authors will continue to hold full copyright to their work and can publish it as they wish in the future.

Consider this unique collection your very own AutoCrit trophy!

(Note: Cover image seen here is for demo purposes only and is not final.)

“Writing is easy. All you have to do is cross out the wrong words.”
– Mark Twain

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