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Hayley McKenzie is a Script Editor and founder of Script Angel, helping screenwriters elevate their craft and advance their screenwriting career. Follow her on Twitter @scriptangel1 Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! In my previous article I asked ‘are screenwriting contests worth it?’ My answer, with a few caveats, was...