Q:  What does the “750” stand for in Writers 750?

A:  750 is a word count. Each contest has been designed for the writer to write a fictional short story, based on a topic and theme, with a minimum of 750 words and a maximum of 1,500 words.

Q:  Can writers write more than 1500 words?

A:  Writers are required to stay within the range of 750-1,500 words when submitting a story in the contest.

Q:  How did Writers 750 begin?

A:  Writers 750 began in April of 2012 when the first short story contest, April Beasts, was posted in a writing group.

Q:  When Can I Start the Writers 750 Program?

A:  Writers can begin the program at any time during the year, using the workbook, “Writers 750 Emerald Workbook.” One new contest begins each month. Stories are always due on the 25th.

Q: How much does the program cost?

A: It is free.

Q: Can I skip a month?

A: Yes. You participate whenever you can

Q: Where do I submit a short story?

A: Currently, you can post your short story in the monthly contest here at Writers 750 Program.