May 31, 2019
BridPort competition in writing 2019.
writing competition that is dedicated to finding and encouraging the most promising new writers from across the world. Each year the judges award over £18,000 in prize money for your best submissions in poetry, short stories, flash fiction and first novels.
As well as cash prizes, winners of the poetry, short story and flash fiction competitions are published in the Bridport Prize anthology. Winners of the Peggy Chapman Andrews First Novel Award will receive mentoring with our partner The Literary Consultancy – the UK’s first and leading editorial and manuscript assessment service.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- literature and writing.
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
winners will be made at the prize-giving on Saturday 20th October .
- The Prize is open to writers of any nationality writing in English, 16 years old and over at the time of the closing date.
- Entries must be entirely the work of the entrant and by submitting you are confirming that the work is your own. Any evidence to the contrary will result in immediate disqualification.
- Entries must never have been published, self-published, published on any website, blog or online forum, broadcast nor winning or placed (as in 2nd, 3rd, runner up etc) in any other competition but, other types of books traditionally published e.g. poetry, memoir, nonfiction, are eligible to submit.
- If your entry has been long-listed or shortlisted in other competitions, and provided it has not won a prize or been published, then it is eligible for the Bridport Prize.
- Entry fees will not be refunded.
- You must inform the Bridport Prize immediately should your entry be published or win a prize elsewhere.
- Entries submitted posthumously will not be eligible.
- £8 for each submitted flash fiction.
- £9 for each submitted poem.
- £10 for each submitted short story.
- £20 for each submitted novel.
- Poetry: 1st prize £5,000, 2nd prize £1,000, 3rd prize £500
- Short story: 1st prize £5,000, 2nd prize £1,000, 3rd prize £500
- Flash fiction: 1st prize £1,000, 2nd prize £500, 3rd prize £250
- Novel award: 1st prize – £1,000 plus up to a year’s mentoring from The Literary Consultancy through their Chapter & Verse mentoring scheme (worth £2,340), a short, written report on the winning entry from the named judge.
- login to your account or Signup if you don’t have an account .
- click on competition tap and select type you want enter.
- go to competition and select the category you want to enter .
- pay entrance fees.
- fill application and upload your writings.
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Mustafa abdelshafy/ Egypt “
Reviewed by” Hend Younis/ Egypt ”
MARJ3 Scholarships team