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Katy Darby

Hi Yvonne - good question. Yes, a story published only on a personal blog would be eligible, but we'd expect you to take the story down from your blog before submitting it to us. That way if it wins and we publish it there's no clash.

Yvonne B

Are stories published on a personal blog eligible?

rc helicopter reviews

Impressive blog! -Arron

GRAHAM

i am a compulsive liar

michael spring

Your readers last night were excellent, particularly Emer O'Connor

Katy Darby

Absolutely - if you sign up to the mailing list (just email your name to liarsleague@yahoo.co.uk) we send out info about twice a month.

Alternatively, details of future events and themes are here: http://liarsleague.typepad.com/liars_league/forthcoming-events-themes.html

D I Norris

Hello Liars,

Can we have advance info as to when and where, for those of us who are in London only occasionally, and would like to make the effort?

Cheers,
D Norris
(A liar from Geneva)

Katy Darby

Cheers James! Glad you had a good time ... so did we :)

james

I came along to the Art & Science evening this week, & loved it. Great stories, great performers, and best of all a great atmosphere. Thank you!

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