Writers of all ages and experience are encouraged to enter the 2016 Trudy Graham-Julie Lewis Literary Award for Prose Competition. This is a national writing competition which encourages all writers, young, old and new, to put pen to paper.
Prose writers may submit fiction or non-fiction prose entries up to 2000 words per entry. Entries for the competition, which has an open theme, must be unpublished works, not on offer for publication before the announcement of the prize winners, and not have been recognised in any other competition. The competition also includes a category for youth 12-18 years with the ‘Judges Encouragement Award for Youth’.
The Open category carries a $200 First Prize, $100 for Second Prize and $50 for Third Prize. In addition, the ‘Judge’s Encouragement Award for Youth’ prize is $50. Four Highly Commended and four Commended certificates will also be awarded in the competition.
Entries close 12 August.
For more information, please visit the website here.