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We will only list competitions on the Noticeboard that comply with the Artists’ Bill of Rights

 

 
  • Applications are invited for the Eccles British Library Writer in Residence Award 2016

    This award of £20,000, sponsored by the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library, is open to writers resident in the United Kingdom.

  • North West Literary Salon Seeks Writers

    The North West Literary Salon seeks writers who have a connection to the local area to give readings of their work. Writers must be personable, good readers and confident at answering questions.

    Writers will be paid £100 for the event. Local writers will be paid up to £50 for travel expenses, whilst writers travelling a greater distance will be paid up to £100. 

  • International Short Story Competition and Writers' Day

    Cambridge writers, Rosemary Westwell, Mary McGuire and Hayley Humphrey, are organizing a short story competition for writers worldwide. 

  • The Winston Graham Historical Prize 2015

    The Royal Institution of Cornwall is pleased to announce that The Winston Graham Historical Prize funded by a generous legacy from the author and supported by his family, will be open for entries from 1st March 2015.

  • Mslexia Women's Novel Competition 2015

    Mslexia Women's Novel Competition 2015 is for novels of at least 50,000 words written for adults (and young adults) in any genre by previously unpublished women novelists.

  • The Biographers’ Club Tony Lothian Prize 2015

    The £2,000 Tony Lothian Prize (sponsored by her daughter, Elizabeth, Duchess of Buccleuch) supports uncommissioned first-time writers working on a biography.

  • Jane Grigson Award

    Jane Grigson, a renowned twentieth-century food writers that Britain has produced. Her books - especially her ground-breaking Good Things, Vegetable Book and Fruit Book - are still regarded by many leading food writers and cooks as major inspirations for their work.

    In honour of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Jane's death, The Jane Grigson Trust has launched an award for new food writers, to be presented for the first time in March 2016.

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