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What Our Contest Has Done in Kenya, Via You!

MOLP has uncovered remarkable literary talent, built 2 classrooms & reforested 71 acres in the Coastal Province of Kenya. Enter this year too!

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PRESS RELEASE: The Writing Contest that Planted a Forest

PRESS RELEASE: #MOLP3 the 3rd Magic Oxygen Literary Prize sponsored by Bunaken Oasis, with £3,000 prize fund & a tree planted for every entry.

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#MOLP3 is Now Open for Entries!

#MOLP3 has an incredible prize fund of £3,000, which will be awarded in each category as follows: 1st: £1,000, 2nd: £300, 3rd: £100, 2x4th: £50

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Buy the MOLP Anthology Double eBundle

Poster for the 3rd Magic Oxygen Literary Prize

These two magnificent eBooks contain the winning and shortlisted poems and short stories from the last two Magic Oxygen Literary Prize contests.

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The 3rd Magic Oxygen Literary Prize is Coming!

Poster for the 3rd Magic Oxygen Literary Prize

Watch the trailer for the only writing contest in the world to plant a tree for every entry #MOLP3 opens on 1st September 2016 – are you ready?

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A Publishing House, a Forest & a Classroom

Kundeni Prmary School children by the new classroom

Read how Magic Oxygen writing contests planted a forest 11 times the size of Wembley Stadium and built a classroom at Kundeni Primary School

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Magic Oxygen Literary Prize 2016: the judges

You’ll probably recognise a few familiar faces from MOLP1 & we’re fortunate to welcome a handful of new literary lovers to our esteemed team too

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Magic Oxygen Literary Prize Awards & Festival of Words

The Magic Oxygen Literary Prize Awards & Festival of Words will be held on 26th March 2016 at the Woodmead Halls in Lyme Regis.

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Would you Like a Tree in the Word Forest?

Last year we set up a Go Fund Me campaign for people who didn’t want to enter the contest but who wanted to help us expand the Word Forest.

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Today is the Last Day to Get Your Entries into MOLP!

The greenest writing contest in the world seeks short stories of up to 4,000 words or poems of up to 50 lines, on any topic.